The hamlet of Resipole on the north shores of Loch Sunart is without a doubt the place to head if you want to escape city living and get back to nature. A varied landscape, you’ll find woodlands, mountains and grassy fields all packed with animals and insects, with plenty of camping opportunities and even studio spaces for artists and creatives.
This peaceful haven probably isn’t the place you’d expect to find yourself involved in a traumatic accident – after all, what can go wrong in the great outdoors? The answer is, quite a lot, so why not take the details of a lawyer in Resipole along just in case?
I’ve been involved in a car crash – can I claim compensation?
An accident is tough to deal with at the best of times, but if it happens while you’re on holiday it seems so much worse — what was supposed to be a relaxing and pleasant time is left ruined, and you could well find yourself out of pocket. The good news is that if the accident wasn’t your fault, you could be eligible to claim compensation for any of the following injuries:
- A head injury, such as concussion, due to a road traffic accident;
- Broken bones or fractures due to a trip, slip or fall;
- Twists or sprains; and
- Any injuries that occur as a result of medical negligence.
If you’ve suffered at the hands of someone else, don’t feel you have to put up with it – get in touch with a lawyer in Resipole to see if you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Where can I find the best lawyer in Resipole?
The answer to this question is the easiest of all: forget spending hours searching online for a reputable company and instead head straight to Accident Advice Helpline. With expert lawyers who work on a 100% no win no fee basis, a huge 15-year business history and TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as our patron, it’s clear that we’re the best in the business.
Get in touch with our friendly advisers now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or head to the website and try out our unique compensation calculator, the 30-second test, to see if you could be eligible to apply.
Date Published: 27th February 2014
Author: Jan Newell