Accident Advice Helpline is a nationwide compensation provider based in the UK. Our aim is to help everyone all over the country who has been involved in an accident that was not their own fault claim the injury compensation that they deserve. During over 15 years in the business, we have already helped thousands of UK residents claim cash compensation for their damages, injuries and expenses. We want to help more innocent accident victims and this is why we have injury claim teams all over the UK. One of these injury claim teams is the team for legal help on Isle of Iona.
Isle of Iona – a tourist attraction
Iona is a tiny island off the south-west coast of Mull in the Inner Hebrides. It is only 1.5 miles wide by 3 miles long. Iona has a long and illustrious history and is well known as being ‘The cradle of Christianity’ in Scotland. While that is, without any doubt, one of the main reasons that a reported 130,000 visitors come to Iona each year, there is much more to the island than that. It is striking to remark that despite the numbers of visitors to the island, the pervading feeling that people leave with is one of peace and restoration.
Whilst the Island is certainly a beautiful place to be and many do leave feeling full of peace and restoration that is the case for all. Unfortunately, the 130,000 visitors every year can mean that things get a little crowded and this is when accidents can occur.
Legal help on Isle of Iona
But do not worry as if you are one of the unlucky people who has been hurt in an accident, our team that deals with legal help on Isle of Iona at Accident Advice Helpline are here to help you.
If you have visited the Isle of Iona, then you may have travelled by sea. Marine accidents are the most common type of injury claim that the injury claim Isle of Iona team at Accident Advice Helpline deal with.
It’s imperative that you collect as much evidence as possible about the accident, ideally showing that you were not at fault. If you’ve hired a faulty jet ski, for example, take photos of any visible defects or damage. If another person injured you, get their details and those of any witnesses.
If you’ve hurt yourself as a result of faulty equipment or incorrect instruction, make sure to find out exactly who owns the equipment and exactly who is responsible for your safety.
Most important of all, be sure to get immediate medical attention, even if you don’t feel like you’re really hurt. This is particularly essential if you’ve suffered a blow to the head. Also, be sure to keep a record of any medical help you have received and any expenses you have incurred.
To make a claim and get legal help on Isle of Iona, just call free from a landline on 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile on 0333 500 0993 (charges may vary). We’re here to help you get the compensation you deserve.