Motherwell is a Scottish town that is located just south of Glasgow city. The population is around 30,000 and is nicely located for an easy commute into the large city. It is a part of the Scottish council area of North Lanarkshire and as such, one of the most populated areas in the country. But how would you feel if you lived in Motherwell and one day experienced a road traffic accident that was not your fault? The sad thing as that this type of unfortunate issue can and will happen and Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a claim for personal injury compensation in Motherwell.
Typical Road Traffic Accident Scenario
So just imagine that one evening you are out on your motorcycle and enjoying a little spin around Motherwell. You are on the main road and all of a sudden a car pulls out in front of you r bike and forces you to brake so severely that you fall off your bike and badly injure your leg. This was a clear example of the car driver not paying attention and you are the innocent victim here. Your motorbike is written off and your leg make be broken, But why should you be made to suffer just because another motorist has failed to drive safely? Accident Advice Helpline would like to hear from anybody in Motherwell who have had a similar accident during the last 3 years with a view to helping them claim personal injury compensation in Motherwell.
We Can Help You
Accident Advice Helpline have been helping people claim successfully for personal injury compensation in Motherwell for over 10 years and we are experts in this field. Please pick up the phone and call our team of friendly advisors on free 24/7 advice line today. Our team of personal injury solicitors work on a 100% no win no fee basis and can usually help you claim successfully without the need for a court appearance.
Take our unique 30-second test to see if you qualify and if your accident was clearly not your fault, you could soon be enjoying a compensation pay out that helps to secure a more table future for you and your family.
Date Published: 14th November 2015
Author: David Brown