Experienced Injury Solicitors in Kilmartin

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The 21st December every year marks the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. The solstice is an astronomical event, marking the longest night and the shortest day of the year because the North Pole is at its furthest point from the sun at that moment when the tilt of the Earth reaches this maximum distance for the northern hemisphere.

In Britain the sun sets at 3.53 p.m. and the shortest day has only 7 hours 49 minutes in daylight. Dismal thought. Traditionally, the Winter Solstice is a turning point for when the Earth tilts towards the sun again, from the northern point of view, and the days increase in length until 21st June, when the Summer Solstice marks the point at which days start the run down to winter once more. The annual solstices are very important for the Druids, and other ancient religions in which nature and the cycles and rhythms of the Earth were given prime importance, mainly because of their significance for agriculture and man’s total dependence on it.

Experienced injury solicitors in Kilmartin

If you are looking for experienced injury solicitors in Kilmartin, but can’t locate any, our law firm, Accident Advice Helpline,  can help you. As experts in this area of law, we help you make a claim for compensation for any kind of injury that was not your fault, by putting you in touch with suitable lawyers in Scotland that we work with. All the  solicitors we work with work on a no win no fee* basis, and usually the first consultation is free.

Accident Advice Helpline

As one of Britain’s leading law firms in personal injury compensation, we handle around 25,000 enquiries per month and we have paid out approximately £30 million every year in lump compensation awards, to people like you who need the cash to support them in their recovery and tide them over while they are off work. Call us now. You can reach our helpful and knowledgeable advisors on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500 (from your landline) or if calling on a mobile, ring us on 0333 500 0993. The lines are always open, so you can call whenever you like. Would you prefer an advisor to call you back? Text “CLAIM365” to 88010.

Our patron is Esther Rantzen, who is one of Britain’s leading consumer rights champions and media personalities. Look at her video and let her explain to you why you should claim. Esther is a great believer that an individual who has been wronged should receive fair justice.

If you are having difficulty in finding experienced injury solicitors in Kilmartin, call us at Accident Advice Helpline now.

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