The Scottish town of Musselburgh, just a few miles outside of Edinburgh, is a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. With a historic golf course, racetrack and numerous walking opportunities on the beach or by the river, it’s a wonderful place to unwind from the stress of everyday life.
Visiting the shops and restaurants and getting away from it all can be wonderfully relaxing and yet, even in the most peaceful of places, and through no fault of your own, accidents can still happen. If this is the case, a Musselburgh accident claims personal injury lawyer can offer help and assistance.
Do you need Musselburgh accident claims advice?
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have over 16 years experience in dealing with personal injury compensation claims and provide a reliable, friendly and professional Musselburgh accident claims service. We are even endorsed by well-known TV personality, and consumer rights champion, Dame Esther Rantzen.
For your convenience and peace of mind, we have developed a unique 30-second test to help you to discover what compensation you may be entitled to. We also operate a 24/7 advice line, staffed with their highly trained personal injury advisers who can provide you with a no-obligation quote.
What kind of Musselburgh accident claims can you call us about?
Playing a round of golf, visiting a restaurant, or a simple walk in the countryside can seem fairly harmless activities but accidents can still happen. Common injuries suffered when walking include:
• Sports injuries – Scotland is famous for its abundance of outstanding golf courses and love of the game. Even though golf is considered a low-level activity, poor training and the repetitive nature of the sport can put great stress on the body and cause shoulder, back and elbow pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. Badly maintained courses can also put players at risk of trips, slip and falls.
• Walking and hiking injuries – With its outstanding scenery, Scotland is a haven for walkers, climbers and cyclists. Injuries can occur when there is insufficient care of trails, stiles or fences. If equipment, such as walking boots and trekking poles, are unfit for purpose you are also entitled to make a claim.
• Road traffic accident – Even when there is less traffic on the road, getting about by car or bike is not without risk. Travelling on neglected roads, reckless driving from other car users and poorly serviced hire cars can result in serious injury, and even death, to both the driver and passengers.
You can call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 to talk further.
Date Published: 7th September 2014
Author: David Brown