Here we go again, with another example of website waffle courtesy of The Accident Advice Helpline Dunfermline ‘entry’…and I can’t say it didn’t make me laugh / cringe / scratch my head in disbelief. Well, not the latter if truth be told, if only because this effort at keyword stuffing is up to their usual high standard of non-relevance and it came as no real surprise when I stepped once more into the world of website waffle.
Got a car accident claim? Well look out because The Dalton ‘gang’ plan to carry out daylight robbery.
ABI does not stand for The Association of British Insurers, it stands for Anti-Britain’s Injuredand in its howls of hubris-fuelled hyperbole, it never ceases to amaze in its crass attempts to hijack the accident compensation agenda and engage in behaviour befitting Wild West outlaws.
The other day I was checking out how our own website fared in a search for ‘accident claim lawyer in East Kilbride’ and stumbled upon Accident Advice Helpline’s entry.
“Kilbride lies in Northern Ireland and like all surrounding areas it has suffered much conflict and many troubles over the past 100 years and still does to a lesser degree today. There has been a lot of economic troubles too especially since the 1950’s when the towns mill, Corgi Mill, closed down leaving a large percentage of the town unemployed and destitute in a time when welfare benefits were extremely new and extremely difficult to obtain. Today there is still a larger than average rate of unemployment here possibly due to the lack of industries and the aging population meaning people are keeping their occupation for longer.”