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A series of road traffic accidents on Scotland’s roads tragically claimed three lives this weekend.  Two died after their motorbike collided with a car yesterday on the A836 Thurso to Reay road at Drumhollistan in Caithness and a 19 year old was killed when his car crashed into a railway bridge in Lochgelly, Fife.

According to reports, Northern Constabulary say the man had been driving his motorcycle with the woman riding as a pillion passenger when the accident happened in the Highlands.  A female passenger was also involved in the Fife car crash but is understood to have escaped serious injury.

Commenting on the events, Partner at Thompsons Solicitors, Patrick McGuire, said:

“This is such sad news and yet another tragic example of how dangerous our roads can be. 

“At Thompsons Solicitors our experts represent victims of road traffic accidents every day so we are very aware of the damage our roads can cause to people’s lives and livelihoods.

“People’s lives can be turned upside down in a matter of moments, families sadly lose loved ones and people can find themselves seriously injured through no fault of their own. 

“Thompsons Solicitors can help victims and their families get their lives back together after road traffic accidents by getting them compensation.

“A road traffic accident is a very traumatic experience for those involved and their families.  That’s why Thompsons has experts who will deal with your case right from the start.”

If you’ve suffered a road traffic accident then see if Thompsons can help on 0800 0891 331. 

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