With some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, the Scottish Highlands is one of the most breathtaking attractions in the UK and is a top tourist destination. Elgin, with its unique history and character, offers tourists a memorable opportunity to browse specialist shops, eat in distinctive local restaurants and view the magnificent local countryside. Visiting Elgin can be a pleasure, but if you injure yourself through no fault of your own, it can quickly turn into pain and ruin your holiday. An Elgin, accident claims lawyer can help you in your time of distress and for up to 3 years later.
I’d like to speak to an Elgin, accident claims lawyer, what do I need to do next?
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Can I claim for a fall in a shop or restaurant?
There are all kinds of Elgin, accident claims you can receive compensation for, even those you might not expect, such as slips, trips and falls. If you have been injured in the last 3 years, and it was not your fault, then you are entitled to claim. Other types of injuries you can claim for include:
- Road traffic accidents – Including whiplash, seat belt and air-bag injuries.
- Accidents at work – Including burns and scalds, toxic substances, dangerous machinery, assault and falling objects.
- Faulty products – Including defective wiring and allergic reactions due to chemicals.
- Food poisoning – Including Botulism, E.coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter
- Medical negligence – Including delay in treatment, incorrect treatment and medical device failing.
- Criminal injuries – Including sexual assault, violent attack and emotional distress due to trauma.
- Head and brain injuries – Including accidents at work, sports injuries and road traffic accidents.
- Fatal injury – Including illness or disease contracted at work and clinical negligence.
- Sports injuries – Including fractures, internal injuries, equipment malfunction and spinal damage.
Date Published: 7th September 2014
Author: David Brown