Need an accident solicitor in the Farne Islands?
If you suffered an accident in the last 3 years on a visit to the Farne Islands, you are unlikely to find an accident solicitor law firm to handle your claim – apart from National Trust bird wardens there are no people living on the Farne Islands any more! Puffins and rabbits have taken over where small populations of early Celtic settlers used to live.
The original Brownsman Lighthouse was erected in 1800 but later replaced with a new tower in 1811. By 1826 the lighthouse had been closed and today there are no more lighthouse keepers living on any of the islands, as the operational lighthouses are fully automatic. Only two ruins remain of the Brownsman lighthouses today. The lighthouse on Farne can be visited on a guided tour, which is conducted by a mainland lighthouse attendant.
What if you have an accident in such a remote part of the British Isles?
All other islands are off limits, as they are a protected wildlife habitat. If you had an accident whilst visiting a Trinity House managed lighthouse or slipped and fell whilst disembarking from a boat and this accident was not your fault, the nearest accident solicitor to the Farne Islands would have to be sought on the Northumbrian mainland.
Where do you find an accident solicitor in the Farne Island?
If you are struggling to find an accident solicitor in the Farne Islands you could use a national firm instead. Call national specialists Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 for more information.
If you’re unsure that you qualify for making an injury claim, visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website first and complete their 30-second test. After answering just 4 easy questions a compensation calculator will estimate how much compensation you might receive, if an accident solicitor was allocated to your claim and settles your claim successfully.
Most claimants’ cases can be dealt with over the telephone or online, so a specialist solicitor from Accident Advice Helpline could be based elsewhere in the UK but still handle your claim successfully.
All legal partners working with Accident Advice Helpline provide their services on a no win no fee basis, so you can start your claim without the need to make an upfront payment for legal fees.
Date Published: 1st August 2013