The burgh of Fortrose is located in Ross-shire in Scotland, and lies on the Moray Firth, some six miles north-east of Inverness. Ross-shire incorporates the areas of Ross and Cromarty, both situated in the Scottish Highlands.
In medieval times Fortrose was the seat of the bishopric of Ross and today one can still see the ruins of the 13th century cathedral that was all but destroyed by Oliver Cromwell’s men, who filched masonry and wood to construct a citadel at Inverness in the 17th century.
While in the Middle Ages Fortrose would have largely attracted pilgrims, today’s tourists come to see the bottlenose dolphins that frolic in the Moray Firth and to play golf locally or visit the Channory Point lighthouse, which dates back to 1846.
It seems inconceivable that one could have an accident in the cultured surroundings of a Club House or the pleasant green of a golf course, but accidents can happen in the most unlikely of places. Slips, trips and falls can happen at any time and any where – being hit by a golf ball because a negligent player did not warn his or her fellow players is another matter. If you sit down for a meal in the Club House restaurant or look forward to a drink at the bar, you don’t expect a chair to collapse under you or a bar stool to slide away from under you because the floor is still wet after cleaning.
If you had an accident at the leisure centre for example, where faulty gym equipment tripped you up, you could contact an accident solicitor in Fortrose and find out if you qualify for making a personal injury claim.
The general rule is: if you suffered an injury in an accident that was somebody else’s fault, and your accident happened within the last 3 years, you can speak to an accident solicitor in Fortrose about claiming compensation.
Where do you find an accident solicitor in Fortrose?
Rather than telephone several solicitors in Inverness to find a no win, no fee specialist, you could call the Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of their friendly advisers. They can allocate your claim to one of their no win fee legal partners. This may or may not be an accident solicitor in Fortrose, but will certainly be a specialist solicitor best suited to your particular claim. All Accident Advice Helpline legal partners offer no win, no fee services.
You can also visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website. Their handy 30-second test tells you straight away if you qualify for making an injury claim and a compensation calculator estimates how much money you might be entitled to for your particular injury.
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000 and since then their legal partners have provided thousands of claimants with a high level of customer satisfaction throughout the claims process.
Date Published: 8th August 2013