If you go on holiday and get injured through no fault of your own, for example in your hotel, guest house or B&B, a compensation claim solicitor in Aberdour here at Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you to obtain compensation.
A popular holiday destination
We all look forward to holidays; it’s an opportunity to get away from the daily grind, take in some new experiences, and relax and recharge our batteries. Scotland is particularly popular, and Aberdour is a favourite destination. It’s is a lovely coastal village which lies on Fife’s south coast. With its beautiful little harbour, historic buildings, narrow winding lanes and the great view out over the Firth of Forth to the island of Inchcolm, it’s a delightful spot.
Let a compensation claim solicitor in Aberdour at Accident Advice Helpline help you with your injury claim
It’s certainly not somewhere that you’d expect to pick up an injury, but then again that’s the nature of accidents — you never know when and where they’re going to strike. If you’ve been on holiday, either here in the UK or abroad, and you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, Accident Advice Helpline can help you with any personal injury claim that you may be considering making by assigning you a compensation claim solicitor in Aberdour.
It’s not just about the money
Although more victims are doing it, claiming compensation is not something that everybody does, even when they have a right to do so. According to statistics, only three out of ten people who could claim compensation when they’re hurt through somebody else’s fault actually bother to raise a personal injury claim, even though the law says that they have a right to do so. But sometimes, it’s not just about the money. Making a bit of a song and dance about something can often draw people’s attention to it, and can prevent a similar accident or incident happening to someone else.
Things to check
The no-win, no-fee* injury claim service that we provide here at Accident Advice Helpline is simple and user-friendly. But before we can agree to act on anyone’s behalf, we need to check out certain aspects of any claim:
- The blame for any injury must be attributable to a third party;
- The injury must be such that it warrants raising a claim for compensation; and
- The incident or injury must have happened within the last three years.
Getting in touch
In many cases, the entire claim process can be handled online, starting with the use of our compensation calculator to estimate how much compensation you could be due, which takes only 30-seconds. Help is available via our helpline, which can be accessed by calling 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile. Why not follow the great recommendation we have from Dame Esther Rantzen and get in touch today?
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: David Brown