Brora is a village in Scotland. It is famous for being the first to have electricity in the country and this was because of its wool industry. One of the landmarks of the village is its clock tower and it also serves as a war memorial today.
Should you suffer due to any injuries sustained on a ferry when in Brora, feel free to contact a solicitor in Brora to assist you with filing your claim. The reason this is a good idea is because you would be able to solidify and substantiate your case against the company you are claiming from so that your chances of getting compensation are increased.
How a solicitor in Brora can be contacted
Your solicitor in Brora should be able to understand your situation extremely well while also empathizing with you so that stress can be lifted off your shoulders. Obviously it is not easy to find such a person, especially an experienced one who is close by, and that’s why Accident Advice Helpline is the perfect solution for almost everyone.
You can contact them by dialing their free to call phone numbers either from your landline or mobile phone, to be found on their website. If you do go to their website you will also see lots of testimonials displayed that show the high success rate of AAH.
There is also a 30 second test available there. All you have to do is answer three simple questions and it will then provide you with an estimation of how much compensation you may receive if you do go on to win your claim.
Getting the help you need from a solicitor in Brora
Ferry accidents can be dangerous, and for people who do not know how to swim, such accidents could be fatal. No matter how minor the injury sustained, you are entitled to compensation as a result. Your solicitor in Brora would be able to help you develop and prepare your case against the company or person who was at fault.
- You may have lost your balance while on the ferry and sustained a metatarsal fracture. This means that you won’t be able to walk without support for a while. If the accident was very serious, you may have to have your leg or foot amputated.
- You may have sustained head and brain injuries, in which case you would have to go through surgery. You may need extra care that the NHS does not cover and your financial situation may prohibit you from affording it.
- Since you might not be able to work for quite some time, you will lose money due to loss of income and are entitled to compensation for the loss you have incurred.
If you want to discuss your accident in more detail just call the advisers at Accident Advice Helpline to find out more. Just dial 0800 689 0500 now.
Date Published: 6th April 2014
Author: David Brown