One of the most remote parts of the British Isles, Quendale is on the south west tip of the Shetland mainland. A very rural region the restored water mill attracts visitors who are on a tour of the Shetland Isles. Quendale is now a collection of settlements across the Isle but although there is enough here to sustain the community there would not be many places to make a compensation claim in Quendale is a quiet region and the local surgeries normally send those with severe injuries to the mainland.
Compensation claim in Quendale – Where can you go?
If you want to make a compensation claim in Quendale will not have too many options. What you can do is use a national organisation as your personal injury solicitor does not have to be local to you. One that has been helping people make successful compensation claims across all areas of the U.K for over ten years is Accident Advice Helpline who can be contacted twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Their free phone helpline number of 0800 689 0500 can also be called form a mobile by using 0333 500 0993 and there is always a trained adviser waiting to take your call.
Why use Accident Advice Helpline?
Nothing recommends a company more successfully than satisfied clients and Accident Advice Helpline has plenty. During their time as a claims provider they have built up a working relationship with over two hundred legal partners all of whom now offer a No win, No fee policy to their clients. The company also has the support of Esther Rantzen who has long been a campaigner for consumer rights in the United Kingdom, a role she has tied in with her successful career as a television presenter. Completely governed by legislation the company places you under no obligation during your initial contact and will offer you a thirty second test that will assess your eligibility to make a claim.
The Thirty Second Test
The test, which involves answering a few simple questions, is the advisers way of making sure that your personal circumstances fit into the current legislation regarding compensation and personal injury claims. Currently all claims must fit into the three following categories:
- That an injury was suffered as a result of the accident.
- That the accident was someone else’s fault.
- That the accident happened within the last three years.
As long as your individual case fits into the above categories then you will be able to pursue a claim. You may be offered an estimated payout figure but remember this is only an estimate and the final figure determines on if you win and what the decision maker deems to be correct compensation. Never take any figure quoted as a guarantee but only as a guideline.
Date Published: 8th August 2013