Anyone wishing to raise car accident claims in Ayr in search of personal injury compensation, can do so using the online services of Accident Advice Helpline. As well, as operating a ‘no win, no fee’ policy, we also have one of the best customer support services in the industry, and our services come highly recommended by the one and only Esther Rantzen.
Two Scottish roads in the U.K.’s most dangerous top 10
Some roads are more notorious than others in terms of the number and seriousness of accidents that take place on them. The Road Safety Foundation (RSF) has identified 2 of Scotland’s roads as being amongst the 10 most dangerous highways here in the UK. One is a stretch of road in Glasgow between Bearsden and Drymen. The other is a road in Montrose.
A70 pronounced 10th most improved road in the UK
On are more positive note, this same study rated a stretch of the A70 between Cumnock and Ayr as being the 10th most improved road in the UK. This follows on the back of changes to various junctions, bends, and footways being carried out. The fact that speed limits have been reviewed, and a mobile speed camera has been installed has also played a part.
Establishing who is to blame to qualify car accident claims in Ayr for compensation
Whatever the nature of the injuries car accident claims in Ayr cover, they must all have one thing in common. Blame for the accidents must lie with a third party, and not with the people who are making the claims. It is also important that the incidents must have taken place within the last three years in order to fit within the current three-year statute of limitations.
Be prepared to supply medical proof of your injury
As well as being able to prove who is to blame for any accidents, claim originators will also need to be able to supply medical proof regarding the nature and the severity of the injury they sustained. If all of these requirements can be satisfied, there is nothing to prevent you from launching your claim and getting the compensation you’re entitled to. That’s where we here at Accident Advice Helpline come into the picture.
Why wait? – Find out how much your claim could be worth now
Rather than waiting for their claim to be completed, most people are anxious to establish the amount of compensation they could be awarded as soon as possible. This is easily done in just 30 seconds by visiting Accident Advice Helpline’s website and using the HOW MUCH compensation calculator that can be found there.
Unsure? – Call our helpline
If there is any aspect of the compensation claim process you’re unsure of, you can always chat to one of our experienced advisers. To do so, you should use our free helpline. Call our 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.
Date Published: 16th November 2014