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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Whiplash Injury in Stobo

    Whiplash Injury in Stobo

    Stobo estate and castle is in Peebleshire, Scotland. The castle that can be seen today was built in the 19th century, although it was built on the site of a much older castle. Stobo Kirk (church) is quite close to the castle and is one of the oldest churches in Scotland, having been built in 1120. The land around Stobo and the place itself was once owned by James Douglas the 4th Earl of Morton, but, because of his involvement in the murder of Lord Darnley, he lost his rights to the castle and land he owned and these passed to the Crown. It has, in fact been the home of many different families over its turbulent history. At the present time, Stobo castle is a luxury hotel and spa.

    Have you had a whiplash injury in Stobo?

    There are numerous ways in which you could have sustained a whiplash injury in Stobo, although we usually think of car accidents when we hear the phrase ‘whiplash injury’. You might have a whiplash injury in Stobo if you have been game shooting and the recoil from your rifle made you lose your balance. You can have a whiplash injury in Stobo, for example, if you have a blow to the head, or if a sudden impact throws you off balance.

    Sometimes you are able to make a personal injury compensation claim for injuries arising from an accident, but you must be able to prove that another person was responsible for your accident and that you were in no way to blame for it. You also need your medical report when you make a claim, so you should have received medical treatment as soon as you possibly could after your accident.

    How long do I have to file my claim?

    If the accident in which you were injured took place in the UK, you normally have three years from its date to make your claim. Naturally though, there are exceptions to this rule, and sometimes you only have months to file a claim. It is always best to file a claim as soon as you can as the process can be a lengthy one. Find out now from us at Accident Advice Helpline exactly how long you have to file your potential claim.

    If your accident took place at sea, in the air, or at most airports in the world, you can claim for your injuries if you file a claim within two years of the accident’s date. You can also make a claim for injuries sustained during a crime through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, but again, you only have two years to do this.

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    Call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time on one of our freephone numbers for information and expert legal advice about your potential personal injury compensation claim. From a landline call 0800 869 0500, or from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993.

    Date Published: 1st September 2014

    Author: leva20

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