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    Injury claim in Kenmore


    Injury claim in Kenmore

    The pretty Scottish village of Kenmore sits on the banks of Loch Tay — not the sort of place you would expect to find an accident solicitor. If you are unlucky enough to need an injury claim in Kenmore solicitor, there is a choice available. Because of its picture postcard location, Kenmore attracts plenty of visitors throughout the summer months, normally as part of a touring holiday of the area.

    Local landmarks

    The Kenmore Hotel is reputed to be Scotland’s oldest hotel, commissioned in 1572. It is built on the site of an original tavern that had started some 70 years earlier and was created by the laird of the town, Colin Campbell. Taymouth Castle was built on the site of the existing castle of Balloch that had stood there since late medieval times. The current castle is more of a Victorian mansion, finished in time for the visit of Queen Victoria.

    The Crannogs of Loch Tay are another popular visitor attraction. They are in fact artificial islands built in the waters of the Loch itself. These are not a modern construction and were built in prehistoric times. Until the Middle Ages they served as a refuge for the town’s inhabitants, who used them to hide from the wild animals of The Highlands as well as marauding Celts. The biggest island was once used as a Nunnery and is the burial place of Queen Sybilla, who was wife of one of Scotland’s early kings. It is also home to castle that was built there in the 12th century.

    Finding the right accident injury claim in Kenmore lawyer

    With so much to attract visitors, it is little wonder that injury claim in Kenmore lawyers can be kept busy. Most of these attractions are very old, and unsafe footing could lead to slips and falls. If you have been unlucky enough to suffer an accident visiting the area, then you have to be able to prove that the accident was someone else’s fault.

    It is always important to provide photographic evidence of whatever caused the accident and keep details of any witnesses. Always seek medical advice as soon as possible after the event, as there has to be medical proof of any injury before a claim can be completed.

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    Your questions answered

    If you have any questions about the claims process and whether or not you can make a claim, why not take advice from Accident Advice Helpline? We have been helping people such as yourself for over ten years and work alongside around 200 solicitors who have agreed a no win no fee policy with us. All we ask is that the accident occurred within three years of the date of claim, that it was someone else’s fault and that there was some kind of injury as a result.

    Call 0800 689 0500 today to start your injury claim in Kenmore straight away.

    Date Published: 11th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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