Kirkwall is the capital of the Orkney Islands, which are located off the northern shores of Scotland. Kirkwall boasts a ferry port to connect the principle Island of Orkney with Aberdeen and Lerwick on the Scottish mainland and provides a connection to the various islands that lie north off Orkney itself.
Since Orkney has a number of historically important buildings and prehistoric ancient monuments as well as a rugged beauty, the islands are popular with tourists during the summer. With a population of around 7,600 people Kirkwall is a sizeable settlement and there are plenty of shops, two museums, welcoming cafes, public houses and restaurants for visitors to enjoy.
If you visited the 12th century Bishop’s Palace or the Earl’s Palace on a rainy October day and, carried away by admiring its gorgeous Renaissance architecture, you slipped on some wet leaves outside the palace, you’d only have yourself to blame.
However if your child had an accident on faulty play equipment somewhere when you were on a day out, you could have cause to consider an injury claim, if your child’s accident was down to poor repair and upkeep and negligence could be proven.
Where can you make an injury claim in Kirkwall?
All legal partners working with Accident Advice Helpline offer no win no fee services to their claimants, enabling claimants to start their claims process without having to make an upfront payment for legal fees or being asked to pay anything during the claims process either.
Speak to an advisor on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 and get an estimate of how much your claim might be worth.
Who qualifies for making an injury claim in Kirkwall?
Provided your accident happened within the last 3 years and somebody else was responsible for your accident, and you were injured, you could qualify for making a claim. If you’re making a criminal injury claim in Kirkwall your assault must have occurred within the last 2 years.
If you’re unsure you qualify, visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and complete their 30-second test. You only have to answer a few simple questions about your accident and the injuries you suffered. A compensation calculator will give you an instant estimate of how much compensation you might receive based on the answers you have given in your test.
What types of accidents do personal injury claim solicitors deal with?
For example, they handle claims for:-
- slips, trips and falls in public places
- road traffic accidents
- industrial diseases or illnesses and other work-related accidents
Speak to an Accident Advice Helpline advisor on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 today and find out how they can help you to receive justice and compensation.
Date Published: 11th October 2013
Author: David Brown