There are many camp sites situated throughout the UK and beyond. It seems that an increasing number of families are enjoying camping holidays while groups of friends and couples also go on such trips. In most cases, these camping trips will go off without a hitch, and everyone will have a fun and memorable time. However, there are instances whereby accidents occur, which can lead to compensation claims being made. But first, read on to discover how a camping accident could occur.
How a camping accident could occur
There are many different types of camping incidents that can take place. For example, you may have been electrocuted by the power supply at the site when plugging an appliance in, such as your phone charger or hair dryer. You could have tripped over a pothole that was not indicated. Or, perhaps one of your children were injured when using the camp site playground because it had not been looked after properly.
As you can see, the scenarios vary considerably, and when it comes to making a claim, it is not about the type of incident that has occurred. Rather, it is about who caused the incident. You need to be able to prove that someone else is responsible for the accident.
Making a claim for a camping accident
Now you know how a camping accident could occur, and if you think you are entitled to compensation due to your incident, you need to take the necessary steps to make a claim. Firstly, this involves hiring a top quality solicitor, which is where Accident Advice Helpline comes in. We are one of the leading personal injury law firms in the UK, and we have over 15 years’ experience. All of our solicitors work on a no win no fee basis, which not only offers you a degree of financial protection but also ensures that you benefit from a much better service. This is because our solicitors are impacted by the outcome of the case.
Once you have got in touch with one of our solicitors by calling 0800 689 5659 phone, you should gather evidence that will support your claim. This involves getting the contact details of any witnesses and taking photographs of the scene or your injuries if applicable. You should also get the contact details of the person responsible. Finally, make sure you keep proof of any expenses encountered because of your injuries, such as a documents confirming loss of income and any receipts for the likes of counselling costs and medicine bills.