Brighhouse Bay is one of the most unspoilt areas in Scotland attracting a large number of wildlife. It has therefore being conserved as an environmental park covering an area of 1,200 acres. You may take your family to the sandy beach to enjoy the holiday or you may take them for a guided tour in the award-winning park.
There is luxury accommodation for the whole family, which includes fully equipped lodges and holiday homes, self-catering cottages, motor homes and campsites.
If you have been involved in an accident and you sustained a personal injury that was not your fault and you sought medical attention, you can claim personal injury compensation within 3 years. A lawyer in Brighouse Bay will present your claim before a court of law for judgement. If the judgement is in your favour, you will be awarded damages.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline is a firm which specialises in personal injury cases. This professional law firm has a team of lawyers who will provide you with legal advice and legal services on 100% no-win no fee* basis.
Esther Rantzen who is a consumer rights champion and a popular TV personality endorses Accident Advice Helpline. You can seek help from a lawyer in Brighouse Bay from Accident Advice Helpline on their 24/7 free numbers 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993.
Many personal injury claims can be negotiated between the parties and an out of court settlement reached. In such negotiations you need a lawyer Brighouse in Bay to advice you.
Why you will require a lawyer in Brighouse Bay
Court cases can become intimidating since both the plaintiff and the defendant present the court with evidence to prove their points. This becomes complex when it involves work-related claims and those involving minors. In such circumstances, a lawyer in Brighouse Bay from Accident Advice Helpline is the best person to argue the case out…
- Slips, trips and falls – these are the most common daily incidents. Slipping, tripping and falling can sprain the muscles and joints. Victims who get injured when they slip and fall at no fault of their own successfully claim compensation every year.
- Road traffic accidents – get all possible information and details from the driver (name, contact information, insurance company details, etc), take photos of the scene of the accident with a camera or mobile phone and ask for the names and contacts details of other drivers, passengers and pedestrians who witnessed the accident.
- Work-related injuries – employers have a duty of care towards employees and they have to adhere to health and safety regulations and provide a safe working environment. Employers are obliged by law to take Employers’ Liability Insurance to cover injuries that workers obtain in the course of their work. In addition to a safe working environment, proper training and well-maintained equipment, the employer should provide machinery and tools.
- Injuries involving minors – a parent or guardian can claim personal injury compensation on behalf of a minor in the same way they would claim for an adult. Alternatively, the victim can claim compensation within 3 years of their 18th birthday.