The Scottish town of Kilwinning is located in North Ayrshire and is around 21 miles away from Glasgow. Known as the ‘Crossroads of Ayrshire’ the town has a population of nearly 16,000 with a lively community and plenty of schools and local amenities. But what would you do if you were catching the bus to town one morning and had an accident at the bus stop that was serious enough to need medical treatment? Accident Advice Helpline understands that this type of unpleasant incident can happen in Kilwinning and we’d like to help those affected make a claim in Kilwinning for personal injury compensation.
Typical Accident In Public Place Scenario
Just imagine that you have arrived at the bus stop and are just about to take a seat when the shelter roof collapses and hits you on the head. The impact is enough to cause an injury requiring hospital treatment. You need time off work to recover and will be in pain for months. This happened just because of someone else’s negligence and Accident Advice Helpline believes that they need to pay for your injury. By calling us today, we can set the wheels in motion to make a successful claim in Kilwinning for your personal injury compensation.
How To Proceed
Does this type of accident ring any bells? Because if it does, you should call our team of friendly advisors now and start making your claim. Why not try our 30-second online test to see how much your claim could be worth and how likely it is to be successful. Accident Advice Helpline has been helping people just like you make claims in Kilwinning for personal injury compensation for more than 10 years and our lawyers are specialists in personal injury compensation. What is more, most cases will not require a court appearance and can be steeled over the phone. So long as your accident happened in the last 3 years and there is proof that it was the result of somebody else’s negligence, we are confident that we can help you make that claim for what is rightfully yours.
Call Accident Advice Helpline now and claim for a more secure future.
Date Published: 19th December 2015
Author: David Brown