The Cliffs of Moher are an impressive attraction located in County Clare in Ireland. They are a great place to visit as the views from the cliffs are vast and stunning. However, like all cliffs you have to be careful whilst you are on holiday to avoid any travel accidents.
What types of travel accidents happen on the cliffs
There are several different travel injuries that can occur whilst visiting this attraction. The Cliffs of Moher at their highest stand at 702 feet high. This means that if you fell from these cliffs it would be much more serious than a travel accident as it would almost certainly be fatal.
As well as this, travel injuries can occur in the shapes of trips and falls. As these are natural attractions they are not perfectly flat and level so they will have a lot of potential trip hazards. Other than that, if you are navigating around the bottom of the cliff you could be looking at a serious travel injury if the waves are rough.
How to avoid a travel accident whilst visiting the Cliffs of Moher
The best way to avoid a travel injury whilst here is to always be alert and aware of your surroundings. This means that you will be able to avoid that small mound that you could have tripped over and you can also avoid walking too close to the edge of the cliffs which could cause a serious travel injury.
If you are sailing or driving a boat around the cliffs make sure you check the weather before you depart and ensure you know the tide times to avoid any travel accidents. That way you are less likely to get stuck in a storm or end up running your boat aground because of low tide.
Unfortunately accidents can and do happen whilst you are on holiday. If you have sustained an injury whilst away you may be able to make a travel accident compensation claim.
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that specialises in such cases as travel accident compensation claims. With years of claims experience our team of skilled lawyers will make the claims process as simple and stress-free as possible.
To find out more about making a travel accident compensation claim speak to Accident Advice Helpline on our 24-hour free phone today on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: July 22, 2015
Author: Accident Advice