Strachur is a parish within the Argyle and Bute council area of Scotland, which forms part of a pair of united parishes, with Strathlachlan. The two parishes surround the Cowal Penisula in the west of Scotland, with Strachur being located 7 miles south of the A83 road and bordered by the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Loch Fyne and the parishes of Lochgoilhead, Kilmun, Dunoon, and Kilmodan, as well as Strathlachlan.
The population of Strachur
The united parishes of Strachur and Strathlachlan have never been home to many more than 1,000 permanent residents and according to the latest census data for the region this has not changed in recent years. This census data is drawn from 2001, with the 2011 figures not yet being available, and shows that the combined parishes are home to only 774 people.
This demonstrates how lightly populated, quiet and uneventful the parishes, and the wider area, are and also suggests that accidents and injuries will be few and far between in Strachur. This may lead you to the conclusion that you need not learn the pertinent details regarding compensation and solicitors in Strachur, but don’t be too hasty.
Compensation and solicitors in Strachur
It is fair to say that for injury solicitors in Strachur, the area is not the most common of locations to produce compensation claims. However, this is not the same as saying that no claims could possibly come from the parish. This is the case as the right to compensation is the same for Strachur residents as for anybody else in the country. What that means is that you should read on to learn when you may need solicitors in Strachur and how you can get the help of the best around.
When might you need solicitors in Strachur?
In the UK, an individual is entitled to pursue a personal injury compensation claim with the help of solicitors if and when they have suffered an injury that was definitively somebody else’s fault. The party at fault might be a company, an organisation or an individual and claims commonly follow incidents like vehicular collisions or slips, trips and falls in public places.
If this makes you wonder whether you may indeed be entitled to pursue a claim yourself, then you will now likely want to know where you can get the best advice, guidance and assistance with doing so.
Accident Advice Helpline can support you
The very best people to turn to for help with any kind of personal injury claims are undoubtedly Accident Advice Helpline, thanks to our 15 plus years of experience within the field. Simply call either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile.
Date Published: 25th September 2014
Author: David Brown