Skelmorlie is a village in North Ayrshire, Scotland, which has a castle that is still lived in. It dates back to the 15th century, although it has been added to over the intervening centuries. Skelmorlie residents have reported seeing a large cat in the area, which has become known as the Skelmorlie panther. It is reported as being ‘larger than a cat, but smaller than a bear.’ If there is a large cat such as a panther in the area, it might have escaped from captivity, or have been let loose by its owner. Therefore, if it injured anyone or any animal, if the former owner could be found, he or she might be liable to pay a personal injury compensation claim. To file such a claim, you would need the help of injury solicitors in Skelmorlie or elsewhere.
Injury solicitors in Skelmorlie
If there are no injury solicitors in Skelmorlie, but you have a potential personal injury compensation claim of any kind to make, call us at Accident Advice Helpline and we will try and put you in touch with an expert injury solicitor who would handle your case (if you have one) on a no-win, no fee basis. He or she would also be able to advise you as to whether or not you have good grounds on which to base a claim.
Why would I need injury solicitors in Skelmorlie?
Injury solicitors in Skelmorlie can help you file a personal injury compensation claim if you have been injured in an accident which you can prove, with their help, was not your fault.
You may also need injury solicitors Skelmorlie, for example, if you have been diagnosed with an illness which you, together with them, could prove was the result of another person’s negligence. You have three years from the date of your first diagnosis to file such a claim.
How long do I have to claim for injuries?
Different types of accident have varying time periods in which you must claim. You generally have three years to claim for injuries which occurred in an accident within the British Isles, that you can prove was no fault of yours. However, you only have nine months to make a claim through the Motor Insurers’ Bureau if your accident was the fault of an uninsured or untraced driver.
If your accident and injury occurred at sea, in the air, or at an airport (if the country has signed the Montreal Convention) you only have two years to make a claim. You also only have two years to claim for injuries sustained during a crime.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you need help and expert legal advice about your potential personal injury compensation claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time on one of our freephone numbers. Call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Call now for expert legal advice.