Injury claim in Stobo
Stobo is located in Peeblesshire in Scotland. The manor of Stobo was originally owned by the Balfour family, but over the years passed through several different families until 1975 when it was turned into a health spa, which it still is today. It is nestled in the beautiful Borders countryside, perfectly placed for bike riding, motorcycling, hiking and many other leisure pursuits.
If you have an accident, while staying at Stobo, or while you are anywhere else in the UK, and that accident was not your fault, you may be entitled to make an injury claim in Stobo. In most situations of this sort, it is an insurance company that settles the claim.
The main types of insurance for injury claims in Stobo
The four sorts of insurance that would be the most usual in dealing with injury claims in Stobo are:
- Motor Insurance
- Employers’ Liability Insurance
- Public Liability Insurance
- Product Liability Insurance
Which one depends on the type of accident you have had and whose fault the accident was, but at Accident Advice Helpline we will make sure your injury claim in Stobo is sent to the correct company.
Motor Insurance – for road traffic accidents
It is illegal to drive any sort of motorised vehicle on UK roads without insurance. If you are in some sort of road traffic accident that was not your fault, and you sustained injuries that needed medical attention, then you may be entitled to an injury claim in Stobo.
Employers Liability Insurance – for accidents at work and industrial illnesses
Most employers, and there are a few exceptions such as government departments, legally need employers’ liability insurance. If you have a one off accident at work that was not your fault, or contract an industrial illness, you may be entitled to an injury claim in Stobo.
Public Liability Insurance – for slips, trips and falls in a pubic place
Slipping over on an unmarked wet floor or tripping up an uneven pavement are two of the more common claims for public liability insurance, but it covers a multitude of accidents. You will find it is quite often included in your household policy in case someone hurts himself or herself in your home.
Product Liability Insurance – for faulty goods that cause injuries
Anyone that supplies goods to consumers has to ensure that their products are safe. If you have a faulty product that causes an injury, you should report it to the Trading Standards Office and then make your injury claim in Stobo.
Accident Advice Helpline will deal with the insurance company for you
At Accident Advice Helpline it is our job to make sure you receive every penny of the compensation you are entitled to, to make sure you receive a fair amount for your injuries, and that any other costs and losses that have happened as a direct result of the incident are paid as well. Our solicitors are really good at doing this. They have the knowledge, experience and expertise to ensure you get what you are entitled to and to deal with insurance companies on your behalf.
To contact us just call our freephone number 0800 180 4123, where one of our advisors will be pleased to assist.
Date Published: 23rd September 2013
Author: David Brown