With its annual Marymass Festival, visiting the town of Irvine in North Ayrshire, is bound to be on the list of any family, or group of friends, in search of fun and frolics during the summer months.
Offering live music, parades, fairground rides, horse racing and fireworks, Marymass Festival has lots to offer and provides hours of entertainment for young and old alike. Located near to the city of Glasgow, and served by several roads, the town provides an easy and eventful distraction from the stresses of city life or an unforgettable holiday escape.
Travelling with family or friends to a fun-filled destination can often be exciting but sometimes end in tragedy, due to driver error or other events beyond your control. If you have been in a car accident in Irvine you may be seeking help and advice.
I have had a car accident in Irvine and sustained an injury. Who can I talk to?
By phoning Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 and speaking to their specialist team of advisers, who are available 24/7, you can be sure to get the information you need to proceed with your claim.
They have been offering personal injury advice and assistance for over 14 years and their solicitors work on a 100% no win, no fee* basis. They come highly recommended by consumer rights representative Esther Rantzen, which means you can be confident that their experienced team will provide you with the best advice regarding your car accident in Irvine queries.
Alternatively, visit their website and try taking the 30-second test to see if you qualify for compensation today.
What kind of issues can I claim compensation for if I have had a car accident in Irvine?
If you, or your loved ones, have received an injury that wasn’t your fault you can make a personal injury compensation claim. It’s not just drivers who can claim, passengers who have been in a car accident in Irvine can also receive moderate or severe injuries if the car they have been travelling in isn’t road-worthy, the driver has driven recklessly or is under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- Neck injuries, due to the head and neck being jerked forward and backwards on sudden impact, are a common passenger injury. A mild neck injury such as whiplash can be uncomfortable and require time off work. More severe injuries, such as a cervical herniated disc can cause lasting pain and weakness in the affected area.
- Facial injuries are frequently seen on passengers at the scene of road traffic accidents and are usually caused by colliding with objects in the car, such as a window or dashboard or shattering glass. Problems can include jaw fractures, dental injuries, lacerations and burns. Serious facial damage can result in long-lasting psychological distress and require years of counselling.