The village of Fyvie lies on the River Ythan in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and is dominated by the imposing 13th century Fyvie Castle, which was once the site where King Robert the Bruce held court and where the King Charles I lived when he was a child. The village lies just 8 miles south-east of Turriff and 25 miles north-west of Aberdeen.
A spectacular fortress brimming over with beautiful decorations, intricate ceilings and luxurious interiors, and boasting an amazing number of towers and turrets from which knights and their men used to hurl arrows, spears and stones at marauders, Fyvie Castle today is the home of a world-class art collection and is used for weddings, private parties and corporate events.
Potential for food poisoning
Corporate events are big business. Champagne receptions to celebrate a business merger or smaller, more intimate parties to toast to the successful conclusion of a financial year are all part of the range of events that are held at venues like Fyvie Castle every year. While castle kitchens used to provide food on an unprecedented scale when kings and their entourage came to stay, nowadays many castle venues use outside caterers to provide guests with dinner or snacks at parties. Over the years a successful venue such as Fyvie Castle comes to rely very much on the expertise and quality service of outside caterers.
What a disaster then when their own caterers are prevented by some unfortunate circumstances to provide food for a wedding reception – unknown caterers, called in as a last minute replacement, are an unknown factor and, if not checked out properly, they can easily cause a catastrophe. Cutting corners, these newly hired caterers provide prawn cocktails that are not what they should be. Spiced with bacteria they drive an entire wedding party into the nearest hospital ward.
If you have attended an event and suffered food poisoning because somebody’s caterer did not follow the most basic of food hygiene precautions, you can claim compensation for your injuries by hiring an accident solicitor in Fyvie or similar specialist law firm.
Where do you find an accident solicitor in Fyvie?
Are you looking for an accident solicitor in Fyvie? Unless you want to call around many different law firms in Turriff or Aberdeen, it’s probably quicker to call the Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. Speak to one of their friendly advisers, as they can allocate your claim to one of their no-win, no-fee legal partners.
All Accident Advice Helpline legal partners offer no-win, no-fee services, which allows claimants to start their claims process immediately. There is no need to make an upfront payment for legal fees or pay anything during the claims process, when you make a claim with an accident solicitor in Fyvie or other specialist you appointed through Accident Advice Helpline.