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    Accident solicitor in St Andrew


    The city of St Andrews is best known as the home of golf. Situated on the east coast of Fife in Scotland, the city is home to the prestigious Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which plays host to The Open Championship, one of golf’s oldest major championships.

    Golfing accidents

    Whether you enjoy watching or playing golf at the superb facilities, it is possible to become involved in a golfing accident during your time here. A range of personal injuries are associated with golf. If, for example, you happen to walk past or stand near a golf course that does not have clearly marked perimeters, you may be hit by a flying golf ball and sustain personal injuries. You may also sustain injuries while you are on the golf course. You may be hit by a ball from another fairway or sustain shoulder and back injuries while training for your next big competition.

    How to report a golfing accident

    After suffering a golfing accident, your first priority should be that of your health. You should therefore seek professional medical attention for any injuries you have suffered. Once you have received treatment, you must report the accident to the golf course’s management and insist that they make a note of your injuries in their accident book. Where possible, you should ask them to provide you with a copy of their accident book entry.

    How to receive help from an accident solicitor St Andrew

    Once you have reported your accident, you should phone Accident Advice Helpline and discuss the possibility of making a compensation claim. We have lawyers throughout the UK so there’s no need to seek an accident solicitor in St Andrew or one close to your home. In the majority of golf accident claims, you will need to claim compensation either from the golfer who struck the offending ball or the golf course’s management.

    In order to receive a settlement of golf accident compensation, your accident solicitor will need to establish a breach in the duty of care owed to you by the golfer or the golf course’s management. Photographs of your injuries and the golf course itself and statements taken from any witnesses to your accident will help your solicitor to strengthen your case.

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    To maximise your chances of receiving a large compensation settlement, it is in your best interests to speak to an expert at the earliest possible opportunity. So abandon your ‘accident solicitor St Andrew’ search and call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to discuss your claim in confidence.

    Date Published: 3rd September 2013

    Author: Jan Newell

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