The seaside is a popular place to visit on a weekend when the weather is nice. With fun fairs full of rides and long promenades offering amazing views out over the sea. It seems like a perfect place where nothing could happen. Unfortunately the seaside is as much at risk as anywhere else. Accidents can happen when you least expect it so here are some tips for making claims in Weymouth and Portland.

Evidence

In order to make any claim for an accident you need to have evidence to support the information you are giving to your chosen legal representative. The party you are claiming against varies depending on where you have your accident. If your accident was a result of a paving slab on the promenade it would be a different party than if your accident happened as a result of a funfair ride.

When your accident happens it would be handy to get gold of the contact details of anyone who was a witness. For claims in Weymouth and Portland the use of eye witness statements can be used as part of the evidence needed to win a case for compensation.

In addition photographs should also be taken by using either a camera or a mobile phone. These will give the legal representation you choose a glimpse of the accident in motion.

Making Claims In Weymouth And Portland

When making claims in Weymouth and Portland it is best to speak to some representation as soon as possible. This will mean that when you speak to your solicitor or lawyer all the details relevant to the accident will still be fresh in your mind.

Having a more accurate recollection of the accident will fare well in building your case for compensation. Details that are proved as false or incorrect could cost the outcome of the case.

If you were involved in an accident in public during a trip to the seaside you could be entitled to make a claim for the injuries you sustained. The first steps you should take is to speak to legal representation to see where you stand and whether you have a case.

If you are unsure of where to turn or would like to talk to someone before approaching lawyers or solicitors call us at Accident Advice Helpline. We offer free advice, call us on 0800 689 0500 today.

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