Brisbane in Australia is a popular holiday destination for many tourists. It is great for sea, sun, sand and surf and is always busy year round. Here are some tips to stay safe in Brisbane to avoid having a travel accident.
Be aware of your surroundings to avoid an accident abroad
Wherever you are in Brisbane always be aware of where you are walking and your surroundings. The more aware you are the easier it is to pre-empt certain hazards and potentially prevent a travel accident.
Keep your belongings on you at all times
You always hear this at train stations and airports but it is an important tip for anywhere you go. Make sure you keep any valuables on you at all times or locked away. That way if you do sustain a travel injury there is less of a risk of losing your important documents such as visas and passports.
Make sure you get travel insurance
This will not stop a travel accident from happening but it will mean that if something does happen, whether you sustain an injury abroad or something else, you are covered and you do not have to worry about the financial side.
If in doubt, get lessons
When it comes to water sports or activities whilst abroad, if you do not know how to do that activity, it is always best to get lessons first. Even something as simple as surfing can be dangerous and cause serious travel injuries if you don’t know how. If in doubt, always ask for some help and advice as this will help prevent an accident abroad from happening.
Unfortunately accidents abroad can and do happen. If you have sustained a travel injury in Brisbane or any country abroad within the last three years that wasn’t your fault you may be able to make a claim. Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that specialises in accident claims.
With years of experience, our team of lawyers will make the claims process as simple and stress-free as possible. In fact, many of our clients are able to settle their travel injury claim without having to step foot in court.
Speak to Accident Advice Helpline today on Freephone number, 0800 689 0500, to see if you could make a travel accident compensation claim.