Ten kilometres west of Glasgow, Scotland, is the town of Renfrew located in Renfrewshire county. Perhaps best known for its active nightlife, a number of bars, pubs, and restaurants serve up the best of Scotland and with it the occasional patron who has had a pint too many. Although bar brawls won’t make the brochure, accidents, injuries, or damages caused by sports fans and party-goers can and does happen, contributing to the number of accident injury claims in Renfrew each year. In these situations, if you are injured as a result of someone else’s good time, you deserve to be fairly compensated and the professionals at Accident Advice Helpline can help.
Possible accident injury claims In Renfrew
After an enjoyable night out with friends, you are making your way home. Because you live only a short distance from the pub and have had a few pints, you decide to walk. Unfortunately for you, a patron from the pub down the street also has the same idea, but he has had too much to drink and is feeling rowdy. Although you try to avoid him, an altercation ensues and he strikes you in the head, neck, and chest. Winded, you are unable to call for help and before you can defend yourself, you are pushed to the ground and hit your head, which renders you unconscious.
How to file accident injury claims In Renfrew
As unlikely as the above scenario may sound, the truth is that the only thing predictable about accident or injuries is that they aren’t predictable, and can happen anywhere for any reason. If you have been injured or suffered from an illness caused by another party, and it occurred any time within the last three years, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Additionally, claims made through Accident Advice Helpline are backed by our no-win no-fee* guarantee, ensuring that our advisors are always working hard to get you maximum compensation.
For more information or to schedule your no-obligation consultation with the friendly legal professionals at Accident Advice Helpline, call 0800 689 0500, click, or use the 30-second qualification test to get started online.