If holidaymakers who enjoy challenging country walks ever need an injury claim lawyer, rather than looking for solicitors in Garve, they should put their trust in the first class no win no fee services that we offer at AAH.
The gateway into Ross-shire
The village of Garve is often referred to as being the gateway into Ross-shire. It sits in the middle of what is considered by many to be an area of outstanding natural beauty, with views of Ben Wyvis, the Dearg, and the Fannichs in the background, which as well as making for an awe-inspiring landscape, also offers some excellent walking challenges too.
For lovers of the outdoor life
There is plenty of other things here for lovers of the outdoor life to do as well. There’s cycling, fishing, and golf, not to mention the abundance of flora and fauna in the area too.
Tollie Red Kites
Nearby there is Tollie Red Kites, a centre run by the RSPB, where you get a great close up look at these beautiful birds of prey. It’s open all year round and food is put out to attract the kites at 13:30 in the winter and 14:30 in the summer. You’ll have a superb opportunity to take photographs of these iconic birds and other smaller birds as well. It’s a must for bird lovers and a great trip out for the family too.
Country walking, especially challenging walking, has its risks of course, especially in the outdoor expanses up in the highlands of Scotland. The terrain is variable, and the weather can change quickly, so you should always seek advice from locals about where and when to walk. Here are some tips to get the best out of your walking:
- A pair of good quality walking shoes.
- A pair of good quality walking socks.
- A compass in case you’re out of sight of landmarks, or the weather closes in.
- A quality hiking stick
- A pair of good binoculars for watching the plentiful wildlife.
What constitutes a valid injury claim?
Most injuries that walkers sustain are not serious; blisters, sprains, twisted ankles, and the odd scratch or bruise. They wouldn’t justify the raising of a personal injury claim, and anyway, if they’re “self-inflicted” there’s no one other then yourself to blame in the first place. In order to qualify for compensation, any injury must be the blame of someone other than the injured party. In order to be eligible to claim against, any injury must fulfil the following criteria:
- The blame must be attributable to a 3rd party.
- The injury must have been sustained within the past 3 years.
- The injury must be relatively serious.
- Medical proof of the injury sustained must be obtained.
The advantages of working with solicitors in Garve at Accident Advice Helpline
- AAH’s solicitors in Garve all work on a no win no fee basis
- Use of our 30 second HOW MUCH calculator
- Comforting recommendation from Esther Rantzen
- Free 24/7 helpline – 0800 180 4123 from landlines – 0333 500 0992 from mobiles.
Date Published: 7th April 2014
Author: David Brown