Lochinver, as you may guess if you know a bit of Gaelic, is in the Highlands of Scotland. The village is in a coastal position in Sutherland, and has a loch named Loch Inver as well. The village is close to the loch, literally at the mouth of the loch, which is why the village is named as such. The Gaelic name is Loch an Inbhir. Since this is a village, you may find it challenging to locate specialist injury solicitors in Lochinver should you ever have the need to do this.
If you are visiting the village, you will note that there are many minor roads in the area. With a population numbering only a few hundred people, it is easy enough to recognise there will be a lack of traffic in the area for the most part. However, it only takes two cars to cause an accident, if one or more drivers happens to be doing something that could potentially be quite dangerous.
Speeding in villages
This is something that can potentially happen in any village, whether it is in Scotland, England or Wales. Most villages do have signs that request that people slow down while passing through the area. Some have solar-powered signs that indicate your speed as you approach. Anything above 30mph will show in red, while anything below that will be green. The idea is to encourage people to drop their speed so they have far less chance of causing an accident.
But what if you do everything you can to prevent yourself from having an accident, and yet someone else comes speeding through the village in the opposite direction and ploughs straight into you? This would be a frightening experience and one that may well leave you with injuries.
Can you claim for injuries like these?
Some accidents leave people in no doubt that one person in particular was responsible for causing the accident. Even if they too were injured, the other party might be able to claim for compensation if proof exists of the other party’s guilt.Open Claim Calculator
Don’t look for specialist injury solicitors in Lochinver if you’ve been hurt in a similar crash. Just call 0800 689 0500 and you can take advantage of using Accident Advice Helpline’s free enquiry line today. It’s the fastest and best way to make sure you don’t miss the chance to claim.