In the Highlands of Scotland at Strathglass is a quiet village known as Cannich which is 26 miles from Inverness. This is home to the oldest Shinty Club in the world known as Strathglass Shinty Club. You can stay at Slaters Arms where you will find dining and luxury cabins or you can choose to stay in a caravan holiday home, camping pod or tent in the woodland camping and caravan site at Cannich Camping and Caravan Park.
You may be enjoying the peaceful surroundings and the breathtaking scenery when an accident which was not your fault happens causing a walkers and hikers injury. If you had booked a holiday package through a travel agent you may make a personal injury compensation claim through a lawyer in Cannich. This may be against the travel agent or a representative like hotel staff.
Where will you start?
If you are searching for a lawyer in Cannich you can start by calling Accident Advice Helpline on their 24/7 free phone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 to find out if you can make a valid compensation claim. Accident Advice Helpline are specialists in these type of claims.
An accident can cause a minor injury or a life-changing condition but whatever the case may be, the lawyer in Cannich at Accident Advice Helpline will understand what you are going through and take up the matter. You may decide to complete the 30 second test available online on their site. It is your legal right to claim compensation if you have been injured and you were not to blame.
Injuries that require a lawyer in Cannich
Plaintiffs who have sustained personal injuries need a lawyer in Cannich because of the defendant’s actions. The lawyer demands damages which may include general damages and/or special damages.
Both parties present evidence and witnesses in their favour. The plaintiff has a burden of proof when making a claim and the defendant will either accept or deny responsibility. Many lawsuits are complicated. Arguments and defences from both parties are considered before judgement is declared.
- Diarrhoea-this is common among long-distance walkers and hikers.
- Dehydration, Sunburn, Frostbite and Hypothermia-some weather conditions expose walkers and hikers to dehydration due to sweating and extreme heat or cold and snow and triggering of pre-existing conditions like diabetes due to metabolic imbalances.
- Fatigue-weakness due to tiredness or walking faster than your natural speed especially when walking as a group.
- Rashes-these are due to plants like stinging nettle, poison ivy and poison oak and also as a result of weather changes.
- Bites-insects and animals may bite when walking through dense vegetations, in forests and at night.
Date Published: 13th January 2014
Author: David Brown