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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury solicitors in Fort Augustus

    Injury solicitors Fort Augustus

    If you’re a commuter, the one redeeming feature of your daily trek into work will probably be that hot cup of tea or coffee you purchase from a railway station café if you travel by train or a refreshments trailer in a layby if you drive. As well as being a welcome break in the journey you have to make twice a day in the week, the occasion also presents an opportunity for you to take on some caffeine, provided of course that you don’t drink decaffeinated beverages.

    Most people are not at the peak of their powers in the morning, so it will be likely that you’ll spend a large part of your journey into work waking up properly. While you are, spare a thought for the poor soul that serves you your hot drink. He will have probably have had to get up earlier than you and then spend hours on end on his feet fixing drinks for miserable commuters who would rather be anywhere else than where they are.

    In his position, it would be hardly surprising if he made a mistake that resulted in one of his customers becoming injured in an accident that was not their fault. If this were to happen to you, there will be a chance that you might be able to launch a personal injury claim with the assistance of a first-rate injury solicitor in Fort Augustus.

    Clumsy café staff and injury solicitors Fort Augustus

    Imagine you’d been queuing up for your morning tea or coffee at a kiosk on the platform of a railway station where you have to change to catch a connecting train. You place your order and make sure you have the right money ready for the man who serves you, who incidentally looks quite worn out and tired. Unfortunately, the person who serves you your drink has failed to secure the top to the cup properly, so when he passes it to you, hot liquid spills onto your hand, causing nasty burns that require medical attention. In these circumstances, you may be able to sue the owner of the kiosk for compensation with the help of an injury solicitor in Fort Augustus.

    The member of staff who served you will have had a responsibility to make sure that your cup was securely fastened. He will also have had a responsibility to let you know that the contents of the cup was extremely hot if this was the case.

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    Call Accident Advice Helpline right now to find out if they might be able to provide you with the services of one of its first-rate 100% no win-no fee injury solicitors in Fort Augustus. Their expertise and experience will be invaluable in making your personal injury claim.

    Date Published: 21st December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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