Adventure parks are places to have fun in what can admittedly be a physically testing environment, so if you suffer an accident and injury while there, it is in your best interest to seek adventure park injury advice.
You may have gone to the adventure park with friends or family or as part of team building exercise with work colleagues. These places are recreational with an element of physical challenges such as rope courses; however, they are meant to be safe. So if you are injured in one of these parks, it is a good idea to seek injury advice from a legal firm such as Accident Advice Helpline.
Why you should seek injury advice.
Because of the nature of adventure parks, you can slip or fall, sometimes from a height. This can lead to serious injuries, such as to the head or spine, and you can even suffer from broken bones. Even a relatively minor injury can have ramifications, as you might have to take time off work to recover, which will lead to a loss of wages.
When you call us at Accident Advice Helpline, we will be able to offer you legal advice and explain the options available to you following your injury.
How to contact us
We operate our own free, 24-hour Helpline, so give us a call and our trained advisors are on hand to speak to you.
When seeking adventure park injury advice, one of your options may be to make a claim for your pain and suffering, as well as financial losses such as: earnings lost while you recover; the cost of any medications prescribed or bought across the counter, travel to and from treatment sessions, and any expenses paid on care as a result of the accident.
We have been giving the public injury advice since the year 2000 and our expert solicitors can advise and assist you with a claim if you have grounds to make one. If we find you have grounds for a claim, our lawyers can represent you on what is known as a no win, no fee* basis. This means you will not have to pay anything upfront should you wish to pursue an adventure park accident claim.
Advice about making a claim
You may have already considered making a claim when ringing us for adventure park injury advice. There are some important pieces of advice we must give you in relation to claims. The first is that to make a claim you should not have been responsible for the accident that left you injured. It must have been someone else’s fault, such as the park operator who was negligent in ensuring the equipment was safe.
Secondly, under compensation regulations, there are tight deadlines and generally a claim can only be made within three years of the accident.
Thirdly, you cannot make a claim without a doctor’s report. The report will detail the extent of your injuries, so our advice is that you have not already made a doctor’s appointment you should do so without delay.
By seeking adventure park injury advice from us here at Accident Advice Helpline, you will learn of the various options open to you including the possibility of making a claim, so ring us now on 0800 689 0500.