AAH – one of Scotland’s favourite no win no fee Crieff injury claim lawyers
Here at AAH, our no win no fee Crieff injury claim lawyers frequently raise personal injury claim applications for injuries that are sustained by tourists through no fault of their own. In Scotland, in the town of Crieff, Perth and Kinross, tourism is one of their biggest earners, second only to its prime earner, which also just happens to be the reason for the tourist magnetism, the manufacture of malt whiskey.
Make sure you’re sober
Of course if a tourist is injured by falling over, having consumed a few too many glasses of the local brew, the chances of claiming financial compensation would be pretty slim; not unless the hapless victim fell over a barrel left lying around, although even then, the state of inebriation would probably nullify the potential of any claim. No, in order to qualify as a bone fide personal injury claim, the blame for the accident or incident should ideally lie entirely with a third party.
It’s rumoured that some of the whiskey distilled here in Crieff is one of the components of “Famous Grouse” blended Scotch whiskey. But the local stuff itself (made using water from Loch Turret) sells very well in its own right at a price of anywhere from £40 per bottle to over £300 depending on the age of the whisky.
Injured through no fault of your own? AAH – the no win no fee Crieff injury claim lawyer can help
The majority of tourist injuries here in the UK are usually caused by slips, trips and falls. Raised paving stones are a frequent culprit, as are objects lying around that trip people (when they’re sober of course), causing them to fall and injure themselves. If the victim suffers from osteoporosis (the brittle bone disease) it’s all too easy to end up with broken bones and in this type of incident, whereby the nature of the injury is serious enough and its cause is down to a third party, AAH, one of the U.K.’s top no win no fee Crieff injury claim lawyers can be called upon to help claim financial compensation.
Getting an estimate
Before deciding whether or not you may want to proceed with a claim you might first want to establish how much compensation you could be paid. You can get an estimate of any potential payment by visiting our website and using the HOW MUCH calculator you’ll find on our homepage. It only takes 30 seconds of your time.Open Claim Calculator
Open to all-comers
To open up the making of personal injury claims to any member of the public, we operate a no win no fee service. It’s unreservedly recommended by one of our staunchest supporters, the well known people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen. To find out more, call our free 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.