Been injured whilst out walking? Find out how to claim compensation in Kyle of Lochalsh today
Many people enjoy walking in the open countryside that surrounds our busy towns and cities amongst fellow walkers in organised walking groups. These popular walking groups can enable people to experience different areas of their locality and share their interests in the countryside and wildlife. Talk to us today if you have been wondering how to claim compensation in Kyle of Lochalsh.
However, many people are injured every year whilst out walking and these types of accidents aren’t always caused by their own fault. Sometimes, someone else may be to blame for your accident through their negligence or lack of health and safety awareness.
If you have been the victim of a walking related accident and sustained injuries as a result within the last 3 years’, then you may be entitled to pursue a personal injury compensation claim.
Common injuries caused by walking related accidents
- soft tissue injuries such as sprains and strains
- broken, fractured or dislocated bones
- neck injury such as Whiplash
- head injury including loss of consciousness
- facial injury
- internal injuries such as bleeding
- spinal injury
- fatal injury
Making your compensation claim with solicitors in Kyle of Lochalsh
If you are the unfortunate victim of a walking related accident, then you may wish to consider making a personal injury compensation claim for your injuries. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 for no obligation advice about your entitlement to pursue a personal injury compensation claim. Their team of helpful and friendly advisors can ensure that you receive up-to-date and relevant advice when you need it most.
Should you decide to proceed with your claim, it will be passed to their team of professional injury solicitors, who will tell you how to claim compensation in Kyle of Lochalsh. This team of highly experienced solicitors in Kyle of Lochalsh will ensure that your claim is processed on a no win no fee basis throughout your compensation claim process.
Date Published: 17th April 2014
Author: David Brown