Every year, here at Accident Advice Helpline, we deal with dozens of camping accidents. If you’ve had a camping accident and it was not your fault, the chances are that we can help you too. If you would like to make a claim for compensation for your accident, then get in touch with us and let’s see what we can do to assist you.
Tell us about your camping accident
You would be surprised at the variety of ways how a camping accident could occur. There are the obvious mishaps such as when erecting a tent, cooking on a camp stove, or tripping over the guy lines, but people have also been hurt when tent poles have snapped, or when beds, tables and chairs have collapsed.
The injuries you could sustain from a camping accident are equally as diverse. They can range from twisted ankles and sprained wrists, to head and facial injuries, burns, and fractures. Don’t worry that you think your injuries are of no real consequence and it is not therefore worth making effort of a claim for compensation, if the accident was not your fault, but was due to the recklessness, carelessness or negligence of someone else, or a firm or manufacturer, then you are fully entitled to make a claim.
The big question is always, who is liable for a camping accident? Bear in mind that if the accident was your own fault then you won’t be able to claim. We need to know who you think is liable for your injuries and why.
Of course you can take steps to prevent accidents, by being prepared for your camping trip and making sure all of your equipment is in tip-top shape. However, if it all goes wrong and you need to claim, Accident Advice Helpline is here for you. The same applies if you have a camping accident abroad, simply get in touch and explain the circumstances of your camping accident and we’ll take it from there.
Making your accident claim
Once thetreatment for injuries sustained from a camping accident has been completed, or you have a good idea of how your recovery from your injuries will eventually pan out, get in touch with us to make your claim. You must make a claim within three years of the accident occurring, so don’t wait too long.
Fortunately, claiming for a camping accident is surprisingly straightforward, especially with us here at Accident Advice Helpline. Everything is completed over the phone, you won’t have onerous paperwork to do, and you’ll be unlikely to have to go to court.
The cost of claiming for a camping trip accident is not as high as you might think. We offer all of our clients no win no fee which means you’ll only pay our legal fees if you win, and as there’s no start-up charge you’ll never be out of pocket.