The village of Failand in Somerset is split into two parts: Failand, the newer part and Lower Failand, the old village. Despite its rural location, the village is very close to Bristol and many people living here commute to the city for work. There are also two golf clubs here, so golf enthusiasts have plenty to keep them busy. If you have been injured whilst playing golf, or any other sport in the area, you may want to consider making a personal injury claim if somebody else was responsible for your accident. You should contact a personal injury lawyer in Failand as soon as possible after your accident as there is a three-year time limit in place for all adult claims, which can only rarely be extended. The right lawyer will offer a 100% no-win, no-fee service and have a team of experienced, specialist solicitors to handle your claim – that’s where we come in.
Why should you choose us rather than a personal injury lawyer in Failand?
We’re not saying you won’t be able to find a personal injury lawyer in Failand, just that they may not offer the level of service which we provide here at Accident Advice Helpline. For over 16 years, we have been helping people claim compensation for all kinds of accidents including golfing and sporting accidents. We work on a 100% no-win, no-fee basis, so you can afford to claim regardless of your circumstances, and we cover the whole of the UK, dealing with most claims in full over the phone, which means no inconvenient appointments or going to court to get the compensation you’re entitled to. We have a great track record of success too, so we’ll only take on your claim if we think it will be successful.
Claiming for golfing and sporting injuries – how much could you get?
You could be injured whilst golfing due to faulty rented clubs or other equipment, defects on the golf course or even a negligent golfing instructor, if you are taking lessons. There is also the risk of being injured by other players who may not be as considerate of others on the course. If you’ve been injured, whether your injuries are minor (such as a sprained ankle or mild concussion) or more serious, such as a spinal or head injury, then you can get in touch with us to see if you’re eligible to claim compensation. It may be that you’ve been injured whilst participating in some other type of sports such as tennis, abseiling or swimming – whether or not you’re able to make a claim will depend on how your accident happened and who is to blame.
There’s no one fixed award which you’ll receive for your injuries, as every claim is unique. But you could take the 30-second test on our website to get an idea of how much you could get. Then pick up the phone and call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 2nd August 2017
Author: Rob Steen