Many people go bungee jumping for the first time while they are on holidays abroad. Before taking the plunge, it is important to be aware of the dangers of bungee jumping abroad. Here are some of these dangers.
The dangers of bungee jumping abroad
While bungee jumping is subject to strict health & safety rules and guidelines, this may not be the case abroad. This, of course, could significantly increase your risk of being injured.
Equipment may, for instance, not be maintained in good, safe working order. Operators may also not provide relevant protective equipment clothing. Either way, such issues could lead to potentially serious bungee jumping accidents.
Certain health conditions can be made worse by bungee jumping, which means people suffering from these conditions should not participate in this activity. When bungee jumping abroad, language issues could mean operators do not understand you properly and subsequently allow you to jump even with such conditions.
Language problems could also prevent you from understanding instructions and safety advice correctly. This could again lead to potentially life-changing and even fatal bungee jumping injuries.
If you were injured while bungee jumping abroad, you could be entitled to claim bungee injury compensation. Claiming bungee accident compensation could, however, be made more complicated by the fact that your bungee-related injury occurred abroad.
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We have a team of highly skilled in-house solicitors with over 16 years’ experience in processing bungee accident claims both within the UK and abroad. These years of experience mean we:
- Are fully aware of relevant laws and regulations in various countries
- Know how to approach and conduct claims for bungee-related injury compensation effectively and efficiently wherever an accident may have occurred
- Can help you get compensation for the physical, psychological and financial consequences of your bungee-related accident fast
You can get free, no-obligation bungee injury advice and enlist the 100% no-win, no-fee services of our experts by filling in our the unique compensation calculator on our website or by calling our 24-hour freephone helpline and discussing your accidental injury with an advisor.
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Date Published: May 6, 2017
Author: Accident Advice