The village of Fyvie in Aberdeenshire lies on the River Ythan in Scotland. the main attraction that draws tourists to this part of Aberdeenshire is the imposing 13th century Fyvie Castle, where King Robert the Bruce held court and where the King Charles I lived as a child. Fyvie is located only 8 miles south-east of Turriff and lies approximately 25 miles north-west of Aberdeen.
It is not uncommon for people to have accidents while on holiday. It’s easy to slip and fall, when you’re trying to take a photograph of a loved with stunning Fyvie Castle in the background. Its fairy-tale turrets and towers make the perfect backdrop for romantic wedding pictures and naturally, the castle today hosts a great many special events such as weddings, anniversary parties and corporate events.
If you slipped on the laws and fell because you had indulged in too much champagne at a wedding reception, you would not be able to claim compensation. However, if you strolled through the beautiful rooms of a stately home, and you slipped on floorboards that had received just a little too much beeswax and loving care from one of the cleaners, you could claim compensation for your injuries, provided no warning sign had been put up to alert you to the fact the floor was extra slippery.
Finding an accident solicitor to handle your personal injury claim in Fyvie might be difficult, as personal injury claims are a highly specialised area of the law that not every solicitor deals with, particularly not in a small village.
You could try different law firms in nearby Turriff or in Aberdeen, but it’s much easier and faster to contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. Their friendly advisors can allocate your claim to one of their legal partners. All Accident Advice Helpline’s legal partners offer no win no fee* services, which allows claimants to start their claim without having to make an upfront payment for legal fees.
Do you qualify for an injury claim in Fyvie?
Go to Accident Advice Helpline’s website and complete a short test that will take only 30 seconds of your time. At the end a compensation calculator will tell you how much compensation you are entitled to. This will be based on the injuries you sustained and the calculator allows you to tick several boxes that describe areas of the body, for example “head”, “back”, “leg” or “hand”.
Provided your accident happened within the last 3 years and somebody else was responsible for causing the accident, you should be able to make an injury claim in Fyvie and receive justice as well as compensation for your pain and suffering.
Date Published: 10th October 2013
Author: David Brown