Have you been in a non fault accident on the Isle of Bute within the last three years? Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make a personal injury claim.
Sport on the Isle of Bute
The Isle of Bute is also known as Bute. It is in the county of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The island is divided into lowland and highland areas by the Highland Boundary Fault. The highlands are hilly and most of this area is uncultivated with vast areas under forestry while much of the lowlands are under cultivation.
Rothesay is the only town in the island and Loch Fad is the largest body of freshwater on the isle. Two ferries connect Bute with the mainland while farming, tourism, fishing and forestry are the main economic activities.
Golf, fishing, tennis and rugby are the main sports played there.
Finding help from an injury solicitor
Some people play sports as a hobby but you may be in the game to earn income. In such a case you may suffer tendonitis injury in the course of your work and it may not be your fault.
Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons and muscles that hold the joint in position. You may develop a wrist tendonitis meaning that the tissues get damaged.
- Tenderness, stiffness and swelling -injury of the tendons on your wrist, fingers and elbows may cause redness, tenderness and pain upon movement. Your solicitor will consider these facts when making a claim.
- Aches and pain – irritation of the tendons causes pain. Rest, ice packs and braces may help.
- Inflammation – when you get an acute injury you may develop inflammation of the tendon and joint, accompanied by severe burning pain after attempting any activity. The medical attendant will give you anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen, aspirin or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs NSAIDs. If symptoms persist steroid injections may be administered.
- Impaired motions – this can be observed on X-rays or MRIs, but this would only happen due to excessive strain. Surgery may be performed to realign the tendons.
An injury solicitor can help with a non fault accident on the Isle of Bute
You may develop tendonitis while you are participating in sports as an income earning activity and feel disappointed that you will not be able to play for some time. This should not worry you especially if your club has taken a liability insurance policy to cover the players. There are specialists who understand what the law requires, in such cases.
There are many legal firms but you need an injury solicitor who will deliver success in your lawsuit or out of court settlement.
We can put you in touch with an injury solicitor who we work in partnership with who can work on your non fault accident on the Isle of Bute claim. This is because we are a national firm that works across the whole of the UK.
The initial call will be free of charge and you will not be obliged to pursue your claim with us. You can take the 30-second test on our website to determine if you qualify to make a claim.
Do not accept the amount the insurer offers you outright because they may give you a low amount. Call the established and trusted Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (from a landline) or 0333 500 0993 (from a mobile) to connect you with an injury solicitor who specialises in non fault accident on the Isle of Bute personal injury claims.