On the banks of River Tweed in the Scottish Borders, is a village known as St Boswells. Walking along the riverside paths, which bend and twist just like the river itself, while angling for trout and salmon, can be a pleasant experience. Many people come to know about St Boswells due to a long distance footpath known as Cuthbert Way.
Perhaps you or someone you know has walked along on the riverside paths or the long distance footpath and injured yourself, which was not your fault. Searching for the right no win no fee* in St Boswells service may become intimidating at first, but it need not be.
No win no fee* in St Boswells
You need not worry because Accident Advice Helpline is a reputable law firm which will guide and support you through the whole injury claim process until you get the compensation you rightfully deserve. You can file a no win no fee* in St Boswells injury claim through their specialist injury lawyers who is dedicated and will work tirelessly to see you win.
You can call the free phone numbers on their website or Text ‘’Claim 365’’ to 88010 and ask any questions you need to know.
The legally trained advisers will give you free advice and explain everything to you to help you know if you can make a claim or not. They will then put you through to a lawyer who will take your claim forward until settlement of the claim is made.
If you only want to find out if your claim is valid and get an estimate of the compensation you could be entitled to, then take the 30-second test on their website.
You can claim compensation for eye injuries
Eye injuries can be wide-spread from itching of the eyes to severe injuries like partial or total blindness. These may be caused by facial injuries which damage the eyes. If example if you were pushed carelessly by someone else and you fell down, you may have hit the eye against an object or dust, grit or foreign particles. This can cause:
- Pain-eyes can be very painful when they swell, become reddish or teary.
- Mental and emotional anguish-post traumatic stress disorder may affect a person who has undergone a traumatic situation. This may create fear worry and anxiety which can lead to stress a
- Inflammation and infections-eyes become reddish in colour with or without a coloured liquid oozing from the eye which indicates presence of infection in addition to inflammation which are treated with eye ointments and antibiotics.
- Partial loss of vision-caused by the injured eye or underlying problems.
- Blindness-facial trauma and brain injuries may cause blindness.
For more information call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile for free.
Date Published: 5th March 2014
Author: David Brown