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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Survivor Guide: Visiting the Grand Canyon


    When visiting the Grand Canyon, you experience one of the most visually stunning spectacles the world has to offer.

    Situated in the State of Arizona in the United States, the Canyon is carved by the Colorado River over a two-billion year period. Visiting the Grand Canyon, it is hard not to be blown away by its sheer enormity; it has depths of up to over a mile, stretches as wide as 18 miles, while it runs for over 270 miles.

    Staying safe when visiting the Grand Canyon

    With all this on offer, experiencing a holiday accident when visiting the Grand Canyon can really put a dampener on your adventures, after all, who wants to be thinking about claiming travel accident compensation, during their time abroad?

    While a marvel to look at, there are dangers when visiting the Canyon, such as trips and falls on the mountainous terrain. While you will most definitely want to capture the moment, when taking photographs, including selfies, stay assertive, aware of your surroundings and any potential dangers.

    Given that there are also plenty of activities for any adrenaline junkies, who can go white water rafting down the Colorado River or take the journey of a lifetime on a helicopter over and in between the Canyon’’s beautiful surroundings, avoid accidents on holiday by partaking in these pursuits through your holiday representative.

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    The weather can also pose a potential problem when visiting the Grand Canyon where, depending on the location of your accommodation, you could find yourself either in soaring heats or dealing with snow and ice.

    Claiming for accidents on holiday

    If you have been involved in a holiday accident when visiting the Grand Canyon, and you believe that someone else is to blame for the harm and distress you have endured, you may be able to claim travel accident compensation.

    The laws surrounding travel accident compensation can be quite complex, and as such it is best to speak with one of Accident Advice Helpline’’s specialist advisors for a free initial consultation to discuss the basics of your claim. This will help us both determine liability and your eligibility to claim.

    Accident Advice Helpline

    With over 15 years’’ experience in assisting victims of personal injury recover the compensation they deserve, Accident Advice Helplines are the experts in the travel accident compensation industry.

    For more information, or to start the claims process, call us today on freephone helpline number, 0800 689 0500.

    Date Published: April 29, 2016

    Author: Accident Advice

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