Looking for solicitors in Ballindalloch?
Are you in need of solicitors in Ballindalloch because you or someone close to you was injured while fishing on the rivers Avon or Spey – and the injury was not the fault of the party concerned ?
Are you or they now considering seeking compensation for these injuries?
Solicitors in Ballindalloch required?
Located in Scotland, on the River Spey, is the small village of Ballindalloch. Ballindalloch is quite famous for Ballindalloch Castle and for its whisky distilleries. Ballindalloch Castle lies in Moray, Scotland, between Grantown-on-Spey and Dufftown. It is a Z plan castle and the first tower of this castle was built in the year 1546. The 1st Marquess of Montrose, James Graham, plundered and burned Ballindalloch Castle. But it was restored in the year 1645.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you, or someone close to you, were injured while fishing in the rivers Avon and Spey, why not visit Accident Advice Helpline online and take the 30 second test to get a rough idea of the how much compensation you could be awarded for your injuries?
Tips to ensure your safety when you are out fishing
- Always remove lures and hooks from your fishing line, when they are not being used, and store them properly in your tackle box.
- If a hook is stuck deep inside the mouth of a fish, do not put your hand in the mouth of the fish to remove the hook. You need to use a hook remover and very carefully remove the hook.
- Never leave your tackle lying around as someone could trip, or slip on it and fall and get seriously hurt. Or, they could step on your tackle and break it.
- Always look around you before you cast your fishing line, this way you will ensure that your fishing line and hook, do not catch another person, a tree, or a power line.
Solicitors in Ballindalloch for fishing accident?
Were you, or someone close, injured while fishing in the rivers Avon and Spey, and are you now trying to seek compensation for these injuries? Talk to Accident Advice Helpline today.
Call the freephone numbers at any time: 0333 500 0993 from a cell phone or 0800 689 0500 from a land-line.
Date Published: 7th April 2014
Author: David Brown