Injury claim in Ratho? Why you should use Accident Advice Helpline
The town of Ratho near Edinburgh in Scotland lays claim to the fact that it is home to the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena, the largest indoor climbing centre, not only in the UK, but in the whole of mainland Europe. It is situated on the banks of the Union Canal, and first opened its doors to the public in October 2004. Despite the fact that climbing is notoriously dangerous, any injury claim in Ratho is generally in keeping with the national average in terms of total numbers.
Natural rock climbing surfaces
The climbing centre in Ratho boasts over 2400 m² of artificial climbing substrate which also includes over 400 m² of large boulders. But the unique thing about this facility is that the climbing surfaces are all made from natural rock. It attracts climbers from all over the world, both amateurs and competitive professionals alike, and offers training for World Cup competition level. Positioned above the climbing zone is a 150m aerial assault course called SkyRide. Depending on the level of difficulty, it takes anywhere between 10 to 30 minutes to complete. The facilities also include a large gymnasium complete with a spa.
Injury claim in Ratho? Why you should avoid using local solicitors
Most personal injuries that occur here in Ratho, like anywhere else in country, tend to be workplace related. But wherever the incident occurs, and whatever the reason, any personal injury claim in Ratho will be better handled by someone like Accident Advice Helpline (AAH), rather than a locally based firm of solicitors.
Don’t pay out money up-front
The problem is that many solicitors have a tendency to seek payment for any injury claim they handle. Worse still, some solicitors will require an up-front payment before agreeing to proceed. In some instances they may possibly offer to deduct their fee from any damages won. But even so, what happens if the claim fails? The answer of course is that the claimant will end up footing the bill. But that won’t happen if the claimant uses AAH, and this is because they operate on a 100% no win, no fee*, basis.
For injuries incurred less than 3 years ago
Accident Advice Helpline has been in existence now for over 10 years, during which time it has helped tens of thousands of injured people, or people who have received injuries in their past, to obtain compensation. The injury however must have occurred within the last three years, and may or may not need some kind of medical proof to substantiate any claim.
Claim online or by phone
AAH is championed by celebrity Esther Rantzen, well known for shining the spotlight on many worthy causes. Their website is very user-friendly and includes a simple enquiry form (headed “How Much”) at the top right hand side of the web page. It only takes 30 seconds to complete and tells the potential claimant, (whether it’s an injury claim in Ratho or any other town in the UK), whether or not their claim is viable, and how much they could win. Claims can be made online, or by contacting AAH via telephone on 0800 689 0500, or by calling 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.