Turnberry is a lovely little golf resort on the coast of the outer Firth of Clyde in Scotland. It has hosted many important golf tournaments over the years.
What sort of no-win, no-fee in Turnberry claims are there?
Because Turnberry sees a lot of visitors each year, compensation claims for slips, trips and falls are common. However, Turnberry can result in a wide range of different sorts of no-win, no-fee in Turnberry claims to deal with.
When no-win, no-fee in Turnberry claims do arise, potential claimants are likely to ask the following questions.
How do you know whether you are able to claim?
To claim compensation, you must have been injured as a result of an accident that was someone else’s fault.
You can find out whether you have a valid claim by taking the unique 30-second test at Accident Advice Helpline’s website.
How long do you have to make your claim?
For most types of claim you have a period of three years from an accident in which to begin claims proceedings and after this time has elapsed you can no longer claim. It is import to speak to a lawyer versed in no-win, no-fee in Turnberry claims as soon as possible, though, as it will take time to prepare your compensation claim and this needs to be done before the deadline.
Claims that deal with an industrial disease or an injury to a minor are dealt with slightly differently.
How much is your claim worth?
The amount of compensation that you can claim depends on a number of factors including the nature and severity of your injury, and whether you will be permanently affected by it.
You can also claim for any wages that you may have lost as a result of your injury and any out of pocket expenses that you have incurred – it is important that you keep any receipts.
How can you get started?
It couldn’t be easier to contact Accident Advice Helpline; you can speak to one of our friendly and professional advisers 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling either of our dedicated help lines. You can call from a landline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.
Most claims can be dealt with by telephone and you will not usually be required to attend court. However, you may be required to attend a medical assessment to determine the level of your injuries. Don’t hesistate to make your claim. Call us now to tell us about your accident and injury.
Date Published: 8th March 2014
Author: David Brown