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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Personal injury claims in Highland


    Whenever people talk about Highland, they are generally referring to the Scottish Highlands. This is a stunning part of Scotland that takes up the entire upper portion of the country, together with most of the western side. It encompasses the Western Isles as well as the Cairngorm National Park – an area with many stunning scenic views to enjoy. Personal injury claims in Highland do of course occur from time to time, just as they do elsewhere in the country.

    Some of these claims are likely to be associated with car and road accidents. It is easy to see why this might be the case, as road conditions can potentially be more challenging in some parts of the Highlands. The mountainous region can provide twisting and turning roads, not to mention those that have steep gradients to negotiate. It makes sense therefore to take every care when driving there.

    Examples of how accidents may potentially happen

    Accidents can occur at all speeds, although every driver should pay close attention to the speed limit for a particular road to make sure they never exceed it. Moreover, they should consider whether the road conditions demand that they drive in a different way than normal.

    For instance, some Highland roads can be very easily covered in frost or ice because they are more exposed than others nearby. The weather can change very quickly in this region, and you must be prepared because of it. Of course, even if you do everything you can to be safe, you never know if you are about to meet another driver who has lost control of their car and is about to hit your vehicle.

    Considering whether or not to make a claim

    There is a lot to think about after any accident. While getting some compensation may not be the first thing that comes to mind, you may reach a time when this does cross your mind. If you want to learn more about personal injury claims in Highland areas because you’ve had an accident there, make sure you call 0800 689 0500 to see if you do have a shot at claiming.

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    Accident Advice Helpline employs considerate and professional advisors who are pleased to hear your case and will consider whether compensation is likely. Just one phone call could set you on the road to getting the answers you really need.

    Date Published: 9th August 2014

    Author: Howie

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