Exmouth, situated on the coast of Devon, has been attracting visitors since the Regency period when seaside holidays became fashionable for the widespread belief that they offered major health benefits. Indeed, Exmouth is certainly a town where the health conscious can flourish due to the vast number of sporting activities on offer here including wind surfing, kayaking, cycling and of course swimming in the English Channel. Additionally, for those who prefer a more relaxing holiday in Exmouth you can find plenty of shops and restaurants to suit your tastes. It is important to enjoy your trip to Exmouth to the maximum, without letting any unfortunate accident claims get in your way.
What kind of accident claims occur in Exmouth?
One of the most common types of accident claims that can occur in Exmouth are slips, trips and falls. This can sometimes be simply a result of not being aware of your surroundings such as an uneven road surface, or not taking safe precautions when out and about on your feet such as wearing sensible shoes. Similarly, bad weather increases your chances of having a fall in public, so it is important to dress appropriately if venturing out in rain or snow.
Another common accident claim comes from suffering personal injury as a result of a road traffic collision. The chances of suffering an injury on the road are often increased by travelling on an unfamiliar route or by heavy traffic, so take care to plan your journey to Exmouth in advance and try to travel outside of rush hour.
What should I do if I have had an accident that wasn’t my fault in Exmouth?
If you have suffered from an accident that wasn’t your fault in Exmouth, or in any other town in the UK, then you may be entitled to compensation. Accident Advice Helpline specialises in personal injury claims and we have years of experience in making successful injury claims for our clients. Our telephone lines are open 24/7 and we also have a ’30-second test’ compensation calculator on our website. All our advisors are friendly and professional and you can speak to us in confidence with no obligation to proceed with a claim. We work on a 100 per cent no win no fee** basis and the majority of cases can be dealt with over the telephone.
Date Published: September 30, 2014
Author: Accident Advice