If you live in Netherlee near Glasgow, you may commute into that city on a daily basis. You may take part in one of the sports that you can do in the area – golf or karate, or perhaps you go to dancing or yoga classes. You may, or may not be able to locate an accident specialist in Netherlee, but you would have a plethora to choose from in nearby Glasgow. However, if you contact Accident Advice Helpline we can connect you with an accident specialist in Netherlee as we work in partnership with a huge network of expert injury lawyers across Scotland who all work on a 100% no-win, no-fee basis. Not only that but we can also offer you free, no-obligation help and advice and will support you throughout your claim.
Why seek an accident specialist in Netherlee?
You may have been involved in an accident and been injured; if you and your accident specialist in Netherlee (or elsewhere) can build a case to prove that you were not to blame for it, you may be eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim for your injuries. If the accident happened within the UK you usually have three years in which to file a claim. However, if the accident occurred at sea, in the air or at an airport, then you would only have two years in which to file a claim.
Also, if you have been diagnosed with an illness which you and your accident specialist in Netherlee could prove was the result of another person’s negligence, you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim against the person responsible for it. Injury solicitors can build a case to prove that the illness which you have been diagnosed with was caused by someone else’s negligence. You have three years in which to make your claim for such an illness from the date of the first diagnosis.
Golfing accidents and injuries
If you play golf regularly you may have already taken out insurance which would cover you if you accidentally injured another golfer. For example, if a stray golf ball hit another golfer in the eye, the insurance would be able to cover you for any personal injury compensation claim made against you. It could be that the golf course owners would also be liable for the injury, so the cost of compensation would be shared. You may get somewhere around £40,000 for the loss of an eye, and compensation can also cover such expenses as loss of earnings and loss of amenity. If you could no longer play golf after your accident and injury, you would be compensated for this loss of quality of life. Compensation can also cover medical expenses, such as prescription charges and taxi fares if you keep receipts.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you have a potential personal injury compensation claim to make, but you have no idea how to begin, call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time on one of our freephone numbers. We can give you expert legal advice and help with any aspect of a claim. Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Why not call right now for expert legal advice?
Date Published: 2nd February 2014