Situated within the Cairngorms National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Aviemore is a town that also doubles as a popular tourist resort. This means that the town has a large migratory population that leads to an increase in a number of different things in the area, including trade, traffic and litter. What it also means is that for our injury lawyer in Aviemore is a surprisingly common source of personal injury compensation claims.
Injury lawyer in Aviemore
On the face of it, for injury lawyers, Aviemore may seem like an unusual source of personal injury claims but as mentioned above the increased number of tourists increases the chances of accidents and injuries which can lead to a claim. What’s more, the fact that these tourists take part in activities such as hiking or climbing in the Cairngorms also adds to the fact that for injury lawyer Aviemore is actually a more common source of claims.
How do you know if you have a claim?
Accident Advice Helpline have developed a deceptively brilliant assessment tool, which can tell you very quickly if you have a compensation claim …or not.
The now famous 30 second test, revolves around the following key elements of any personal injury claim:
- Did the accident happen no longer than within the last 3 years?
- Was the accident someone else’s fault, or as a result of someone else’s negligence?
- Did you seek medical advice and / or treatment for the injuries sustained in your accident?
Providing you answered ‘yes’ to the above three questions, an injury lawyer Aviemore would be interested in taking on your case.
As they say, “the devil is in the detail”!
When you contact Accident Advice Helpline, either by phone or here by the website, you will be asked for further information regarding your accident and the injuries received. There is no obligation when you contact us, neither will we indulge in any pushy sales techniques nor pester you with email, texts or phone calls if you decide that taking action is not right for you. Any advice that is offered you, is done on a completely free basis.
So, there is no harm, and no risk, in finding out more. We can also be contacted in a variety of ways too:
- You fill in our online contact form or take the 30 second test
- Call 0800 689 0500 from your landline
- Use a mobile? Call our low-rate number 0333 500 0993
The sooner you call us about your no fault accident injury, the sooner we can get started.
Date Published: 15th December 2013
Author: David Brown