Aberlour is a small village in Moray, Scotland, 12 miles south of Elgin on the road to Grantown. A burn (stream), a tributary of the River Spey, and surrounding parish, are both named Aberlour, but the name is most commonly used in reference to this charming Scottish village which straddles the stream and flanks the Spey – although the full name of the village is Charlestown of Aberlour it is known to the locals and visitors simply as Aberlour.
Aberlour is most famous for two things. The first being the Whiskey distillery which produces fine Scotch Whiskey and attracts many Whiskey lovers from all over the globe! The second thing is well known for is the fantastic injury lawyers in Aberlour team within Accident Advice Helpline. Please read on to find out how the injury lawyers in Aberlour team is, what they do and why they are the very best injury lawyers in this area of Scotland.
Injury Lawyers in Aberlour
The injury lawyers in Aberlour team is a team of Injury Lawyers working in house at Accident Advice Helpline. They can help you seek cash compensation if:
- You have been hurt or injured in an accident that was not your own fault but the fault of someone else.
- You suffered this accident within the last three years.
- You received medical treatment or attention for you injuries.
The injury lawyers in Aberlour team have experience of dealing with all different types of injuries including criminal injuries.
A criminal injury is an injury that has been suffered as a result of a criminal act. As with all other personal injuries that were not the fault of the victim, it is often possible to claim compensation. Compensation is money that is awarded to the injured person for the injury itself and for all the financial losses that the injured person has suffered.
Under normal circumstances, personal injury compensation is claimed from the person whose fault the accident was, but this is not the case with claiming criminal injuries compensation. The process of claiming criminal injuries compensation involves making a claim to an organisation called the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
The rules and guidance about how to claim are regularly updated and are fairly complex for the layman to understand. That’s why most people choose to get a specialist company that is experienced in this type of work to help them with claiming criminal injuries compensation.
For more information contact the injury lawyers in Aberlour team at Accident Advice Helpline. You can call us twenty four hours a day, seven days a week and the call will not cost you a penny! Call us free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 3rd November 2013
Author: David Brown