Ballantrae is a small Scottish community with the Gaelic meaning ‘by the beach’. It is somewhat of a tourist destination being a coastal town with many local nature reserves such as the Galloway Forest Park, and has many notable buildings which are of interest to history lovers and architects. There’s a local go-karting club but the venue which brings in the most people is the huge 18 hole golf course which is a much sought after ground to play on for golfing enthusiasts across the country.
The incidents that injury solicitors in Ballantrae see mostly here are road traffic accidents, and the reason being that the town of Ballantrae is fairly dated and its roads and streets were not designed for vehicles and very few of them meet the high safety standards of today. During the summer months when there’s a heavy amount of tourism here the roads simply cannot cope with the traffic. The winding bends and steep hills make oncoming traffic almost invisible and this is when collisions happen.
Injury solicitors in Ballantrae sadly deal with hundreds of people who suffer the effects of a road traffic accident, be they a passenger, pedestrian or indeed a driver. Sadly, it is very easy to become a victim of a road traffic accident through no fault of your own, but almost all of the time you will be fully entitled to a compensation payout.
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that was established over a decade ago in the year 2000 so that we could offer totally free, no obligation advice to people who have suffered the trauma of road accidents and injuries through no fault of their own. Injury solicitors in Ballantrae are there for you from the beginning, telling you immediately if you are eligible for compensation and also what the amount is likely to be. We guarantee to obtain you the maximum amount of compensation possible and we work strictly on a no win no fee basis.
Our phones are answered around the clock by our friendly and professional advisors. We do not have machines waiting to take your call and we have no ‘on hold’ systems; if we cannot respond immediately we will call you back. Call today for free no obligation advice on 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993 and if you don’t want to take it any further there is no pressure to do so.
Date Published: 29th November 2013
Author: David Brown