Have you been involved in an accident that was not your own fault, but that of another person? Has this accident left you with injuries, pain and suffering? If this is the case, you could be entitled to compensation. All you need to do in order to pursue an injury claim and seek cash compensation is make an injury claim on the Isle of Lismore through Accident Advice Helpline.
Injury claim on the Isle of Lismore
The injury claim on the Isle of Lismore team at Accident Advice Helpline can give you legal advice and information regarding your potential injury claim. They can tell you whether you have grounds to make a successful injury claim, give you an estimation of the amount of compensation you could receive and provide you with an injury claim solicitor that we work in partnership with to help you make an injury claim on the Isle of Lismore. Your injury claim solicitor will do all the hard work and legal proceedings required for your injury claim.
The Isle of Lismore is a Scottish Island, ten miles long and about one mile wide, lying in Loch Linnhe at the southern end of the Great Glen. Just seven miles by car ferry from Oban and a mere five-minute crossing by passenger ferry from Port Appin, it is one of the most accessible of the Argyll islands.
A different world
Yet despite its accessibility, you will feel when you step off the ferry that you’ve arrived in a different world. There is an immediate sense of peace, of having “gotten away.” Once the ferry traffic has departed, there is little sound but the calling of birds. The air is pure and intoxicating!
Lismore, long, narrow, low-lying and fertile, sits neatly in Loch Linnhe in the southwestern end of the Great Glen. The island is tranquil, unspoilt and surrounded on all sides by stunning mountain scenery, from Ben Nevis in the north and the Glencoe hills, round in a clockwise direction to Ben Cruachan, the hills of Mull to the south and Morvern to the west.Open Claim Calculator
The historical alongside a contemporary claims service
The island is steeped in history, particularly religious history, having been the seat of the Bishops of Argyll, with a Cathedral church dating from the 13th century partly surviving in the present Church of Saint Moluag. Saint Who? Saint Moluag, a contemporary, and legend has it, rival of Saint Columba. It was Moluag who brought Christianity to Lismore.
If you need help to make an injury claim on the Isle of Lismore, please contact Accident Advice Helpline. Let us provide you with the legal information and advice that you need. Our helpline is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and best of all it’s completely free to call us. Call us free on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile (charges may vary).