How to find out more about claiming compensation with injury lawyers in Loch Rannoch
Loch Rannoch is a large body of fresh water in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. If you go on holiday there, the chances are that it is for the fishing which it is well known for. Folks have been travelling to Loch Rannoch for that reason at least since the Victorian period. In fact, in July 1881, a party recorded their fishing trip there.
Mr J, Mr W and Mr H had an agreeable journey by rail and then found themselves in a horse-drawn coach bound for Kinloch – Rannoch. The drive was thirteen miles long and they found it rough and tedious. Eventually, they arrived at the door of the Bun – Rannoch hotel where the landlady greeted them. The hotel had a verandah which had all sorts of fishing paraphernalia strewn across it and as the three chums picked their way through a fishing basket, a fishing rod and a net, their eyes met and they knew they were in for a jolly angling time at that Highland hostelry.
Capture of the dreaded ferox
During the month of May, the Rannoch Loch was known to be plentiful with trout in the bays at the head of the loch. However, our cheery chaps had bigger fish to fry and were after the big trout or ferox as they were commonly known. The determined three hired a boatman for the day so that he could perform the arduous job of rowing the boat the eighteen miles of the loch while they put all their skills and wiles into the capture of the dreaded ferox.
The party set out at 6 a.m. the following day and Mr J was a tad suspicious when the hired boatman forgot his luncheon. Why on earth would the chap want to eat his own plain bread when they had a picnic hamper stuffed with the best of everything? After rowing at a trolling pace they approached the Black Wood of Rannoch famous for its ferox. They knew they could not underestimate that monster as many had been caught only to famously fight for escape.
After 3 hours fishing, they had captured 36lbs of trout but the ferox had eluded them. The weather changed and it seemed inevitable that they would make their way back to the hotel without capturing the beastie. Suddenly, everything changed and there was a strong tugging on rod 1. After an hour of fighting with the ferox, the chums landed him and when weighed in at the hotel he weighed no less than 12lbs. Furthermore, their catch came in at 48lbs and was the best basket of the day.
A 30-second test
If you are out and about on Loch Rannoch and you have an accident which is someone else’s fault, you may be able to claim compensation with injury lawyers in Loch Rannoch. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline where a trained adviser will put you through a 30-second test to determine the likelihood of injury lawyers in Loch Rannoch taking on your case. After that, an online calculator will estimate how much compensation you might get if injury lawyers in Loch Rannoch take on your case and win. This would be on a no win no fee* basis.
To find out if you might be able to claim compensation with injury lawyers in Loch Rannoch you should ring Accident Advice Helpline without delay. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.