Dufftown town in Moray, Scotland is a burgh which holds highland games every year in July, attracting a number of visitors to the event. Dufftown Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course where players return from time to time to enjoy the sport.
Although many people who get injured through no fault of their own do not claim the compensation they deserve, you should not be one of them. When you get an injury that is not your fault in or around Dufftown search for a lawyer in Dufftown to help you claim the compensation you are entitled to, you will not regret it.
Finding a lawyer in Dufftown to help you make an injury claim
You may or may not find a lawyer in Dufftown who can handle your case on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis. So why not call Accident Advice Helpline? This is a law firm that has been in existence since year 2000 helping no-fault victims obtain justice on a 100% ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement.
They realize that, most people who get injured undergo through traumatic situations and may not have the ability to lodge a compensation claim for damages. Yet, the damages help them meet financial obligations like paying medical costs, travel costs, care expenses etc. as well as compensate them for loss of earnings and loss of quality of life among other benefits.
To find out if your injury claim is legitimate, call Accident Advice Helpline free phone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone or complete the simplified 30 second test on their website. A 24/7 available trained adviser will advise you if you have enough grounds to make a valid claim
Common Hand and Wrist injuries
A lawyer in Dufftown from Accident Advice Helpline will be able to help you make a successful hand and wrist injury claim if you can prove that, it was not your fault and you sought medical attention although this has to be within 3 years since the accident.
- Thumb and wrist sprains – ligaments which join a bone to another bone can get torn or overstretched if someone hits you with a golf club or if you fall with outstretched hands. Damaged ligaments cause sprains and this can be very painful especially if there is a rupture. Movement is restricted and you may be unable to grasp objects until you recover.
- Dislocated wrist – a wrist has five bones and if you fall with the palm of your hand any of the bones in the wrist joint can dislocate or get pushed out of their natural position. The doctor will manipulate the bones to align them. A brace or elastic bandage will be used to hold the joint in position.
- Broken bones – when a bone cracks or breaks on impact, it may require surgery to align the bone fragments especially if the victim is a young person who will make use of the wrist in future.
Date Published: 5th February 2014
Author: David Brown