West Yorkshire is home to some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK and Keighley is situated right in the heart of it, about twelve miles from Bradford and thirteen miles from Halifax. The small town is part of Bronte Country and is close to Haworth where the famous Bronte sisters lived and wrote the literary classics Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights. Keighley also found fame in the 1970s film The Railway Children, and The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway where the filming took place is one of the town’s most popular attractions. Many families bring their young children for a day out in Keighley to enjoy the attractions and the surrounding countryside, however, it is worth taking some precautions at busy times to avoid any slips, trips or falls.
How can I avoid an accident such as a slip, trip or fall in Keighley?
Young children are full of energy and love being outdoors but it is worth taking some care to prevent any public falls when visiting Keighley’s rich countryside. In July 2014 an eight-year-old child was severely injured when he jumped into the weir at Tinker Bridge on the North Beck river which flows through Keighley, and in August 2014 another five youngsters reportedly put themselves in danger by doing the same thing. In order to prevent children from getting carried away in their excitement take care to keep any eye on them at all times and equip them with rubber-soled shoes that give a good grip to prevent any accidental falls in public.
What should I do if I have had an accident in Keighley?
Our legal team has years of experience in dealing with accidents such as trips and falls, as well as many other types of accidents such as road traffic and work related accidents. If you have had an accident that wasn’t your fault in Keighley, or anywhere else, you may be entitled to compensation. Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline and speak to our friendly and professional advisors who can offer support and advice in confidence. Our telephone lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All claims are made on a 100 per cent no win no fee** basis and the majority can be processed over the telephone so you’ve got nothing to lose by getting in touch.
Date Published: September 30, 2014
Author: Accident Advice