The Isle of Arran is the largest island in the Firth of Clyde. Who would search for injury lawyers on the Isle of Arran? A potential claimant could be a local worker, someone working a contract away from home, a visitor, tourist, or someone who may be researching on behalf of friends or loved ones.
Tourism, farming and forestry are the most important industries in this part of the world. Unfortunately, these sectors rate fairly highly on the potential-for-accident list. Farming is one of the most dangerous commercial sectors in the country for all sorts of reasons. Many workers are injured or killed whilst driving or working agricultural machinery. Normally docile animals can behave unpredictably, especially if they are in the breeding season or protecting their young, or if they have become unwell or stressed. Every year there are cases of farmers being gored by a usually placid bull, or walkers attacked when they have entered a field of cows which resent the intrusion.
Forestry is also demanding and dangerous for operators working with chainsaws and heavy logging machinery. Climbing trees is also hazardous, even if workers have taken all safety precautions such as wearing a harness, head gear and protective goggles.
Any worker is expected to behave responsibly in whatever job with regard to their own safety and that of their colleagues, but if they suffered injuries because the employer had been negligent in some way, then they could have a valid claim for compensation.
Injury lawyers on the Isle of Arran
For whatever reason a victim might think they have a claim, if they sustained injuries through someone else’s fault and can prove it, and they had medical treatment as a result, the claim could be valid. This is of course providing that they claim within the statutory three-year period. A good way to find out is to ask us, or to take the 30-second test at the top of this page and check whether your claim is valid.Open Claim Calculator
Accident Advice Helpline
If you think you have an eligible claim, why don’t you contact our team of knowledgeable telephone advisors from your landline on 0800 689 0500, or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile? We can tell you how much compensation you could receive when we test your claim with our online calculator. After that, it’s up to you to decide if you want to claim.
I don’t think I want to go through all the legal hassle
Not to worry. We’ll do our best to handle all the fiddly details for you. We’ll send you the forms to check and sign, and we’ll process your case from there without bothering you with every tiny question. Most claims are settled out of court, and if the defendant accepts your claim and both parties agree, you could have your payment in your bank account sooner than you think.
So, if you are off work and your income has dropped off a cliff, contact us now and ask us what we can do to help. Should you need injury lawyers on the Isle of Arran for further advice, we can find you the nearest suitable legal experts for your situation. If you’d like us to call you, just text “claim365” to 88010 and we’ll call you back.