You can find a personal injury lawyer in North Water Bridge at Accident Advice Helpline if you pick up an injury through no fault of your own when staying in one of the many holiday cottages that surround this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Holiday cottage and static caravan holiday accommodation
As well as the few holiday cottages you’ll find dotted around the North Water Bridge area, there’s also an excellent campsite. Dovecot Caravan Park is situated just off the A90, between Aberdeen and Dundee. It’s a six-acre park situated near the River North Esk, with a number of static caravans and positions for 25 touring caravans and/or tents. Facilities include a shower block, laundry facilities, electric points to which touring caravans and campers can connect, toilets and a small shop.
Find an experienced holiday personal injury lawyer in North Water Bridge
If you are unfortunate enough to have an accident or incident which causes injury when staying in one of the holiday cottages or static caravans, for which you are not to blame, why not take Dame Esther Rantzen’s advice and contact a personal injury lawyer in North Water Bridge here at Accident Advice Helpline. We work with some of the most reputable solicitors in Scotland and have a great deal of experience and knowledge in dealing with compensation claims for injuries people have sustained while they were on holiday.
The conditions required to justify a personal injury claim
In order to be able to claim compensation for any injury, the following conditions have to be satisfied:
- The blame for the accident, incident or circumstances which gave rise to the injury must be attributable to a third party;
- Medical proof of the nature and severity of the injury will be required; and
- The incident/injury must have happened within the past three years.
Establish how much compensation you may be due
The actual amount of any compensation that any injury victim can be awarded will vary according to the circumstances. The ruination of a holiday, the incurring of any additional costs, the loss of potential earnings – all of these things need to be taken into consideration. However, to get a basic idea of how much compensation you may be due, you can make use of the compensation calculator on our website. Just supply six basic pieces of information and you’ll be given an estimate within 30 seconds.
To get help
If you’ve never raised a personal injury claim before, and you require some guidance over and above that which you can find on our website, then you can speak to one of our experienced advisers on our helpline. You can access this from any landline by calling 0800 689 0500, or by dialling 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.
Date Published: 28th February 2014