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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Lawyer in Torphins

    With a population of around 1300 people, the region of Torphins is a small village that is around 23 miles from the popular area of Aberdeen. It can be seen that the region is home to a tennis court, and many other amenities, as there is even a golf course there.

    Playing tennis in Torphins

    As mentioned, the region is home to a tennis court. Tennis is a great sport to play, and is considered by many to be a great way to stay fit. Whilst playing tennis, you should always practice caution, as failure to do so, could lead to some forms of personal injury.

    One of the most common forms on injury that are associated with tennis, are sprains. Though often annoying, a sprain can be dealt with, thanks to the use of an ice pack. In fact if you have the time, you might also want to implement the use of something known as the RICE method, in order to treat the sprain in the most effective way possible.

    In some cases, a sprain could be masking something more serious, such as a broken bone, or an internal wound of some sort. Therefore you should consider seeking out a doctor, in order to assess the injury properly and take a look at it in terms of working out if it is going to get any worse.

    Do you need a lawyer in Torphins?

    As tennis is often a team sport, there might be a situation, in which the accident was caused due the fault of someone else. Should this affect you, why not take a moment to enquire if you’re able to make a personal injury claim. By contacting Accident Advice Helpline, you’ll be able to speak to a professional law firm, and find out exactly whether or not you’re able to make a personal injury claim for the accident and subsequent injury you were involved in.

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    Finding a lawyer in Torphins

    To get things going, consider calling our helpline number 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile phone on 0333 500 0993. In addition to this, also take a moment to use our website, where you’ll find something known as the 30-second test.

    When making a personal injury claim, most claims can be made without the use of a court appearance, though some might require that you attend a medical assessment. In addition to this, many claims need to be put forward within three years of the accident taking place, though this might vary in circumstances where the injury might have required a few years in order to develop, or if it took place whilst you were a child.

    A lawyer in Torphins will be able to explain all you need to know about making a personal injury claim. Or call us right now.

    Date Published: 9th March 2014

    Author: David Brown

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