The Scottish town of Leven has a population of around 9,000 people and is on the Fife coast. The town is popular in the summer months and tourists come here for the pleasant countryside and coastal walks. But how would you react if you were visiting Leven one summer weekend and experienced an accident in a public place through no fault of your own? This type of unfortunate incident can happen anywhere but the good news is that Accident Advice Helpline would be happy to come to your rescue and help you to make a claim in Leven for personal injury compensation for your accident.
Typical accident scenario
You’ve decided to spend the weekend in a guest house in Leven with your partner and whilst walking towards the beach you decide to take a short cut across a council-run car park. Just as you are about to leave the car park, you trip over some loose rubble and fall roughly to the ground. Your ankle is badly injured and you have also cut your hands. Your partner calls the ambulance and you spend the rest of the day in the nearest hospital. The council who own and maintain the car park have a duty of care to people both using and passing through it. It is a recognised access point for the beach and is therefore used by the public. Because the floor was badly maintained, you have injured yourself and may take months to recover. You may even lose your part -time job because of this. Accident Advice Helpline will be able to help you to make a claim in Leven for personal injury compensation for this unfortunate incident that took place.
What happens next?
Once you are comfortable and have received the appropriate medical attention, please pick up the phone and give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Our team of helpful advisors will be able to get your claim started. We have been helping the Scottish public to make claims in Leven for personal injury compensation for over 17 years and most of these do not require a court appearance.
Our personal injury lawyers work on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis and we are ready and waiting for your call today. Contact us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.