Going camping isn’t for everyone, but if you love being in the great outdoors it might be something you seriously consider doing. Even if you are a fair-weather camper you’ll love being among nature and sleeping out under the stars – although hopefully your tent will keep you nice and warm and dry!
Few campers will have cause to think about claiming campsite injury compensation as part of their holiday, wherever they go to in the UK. However, there have been situations where some campers have been injured on the campsite they have chosen to stay at. It is these situations that might result in campsite injury compensation being successfully paid to the injured person or people.
What could go wrong?
You might think a campsite would be a fairly innocent and happy place to be, and you’d be right. The vast majority of them are run to the highest standards, and provide facilities that are really nice to have access to.
There are situations where you might be in potential danger of suffering an injury, perhaps because the campsite is not as safe for people to use as it should be. Health and safety applies just as readily at a campsite as it does anywhere else. This means all those staying there have a right to do so without the fear of being injured. For example if your children are injured while using the playground at the campsite, or the toilet block is slippery and unclean and you slip over and hurt yourself, you could claim.
Knowing how to make a claim
If you suspect your injury was caused because of negligence, it is a good idea to make sure you seek proper legal advice. This is where we may be able to help you. Whether you have slipped, tripped or fallen over due to a hazard or obstruction on the campsite, or you have suffered some other injury, our team is experienced enough to provide the assistance you need.
Call Accident Advice Helpline now to get things rolling. Our team is available on 0800 689 0500 and one fast call will put you in touch with us. We can provide you with the opportunity to make a no win, no fee* claim if our lawyers believe you have a strong case to argue to receive compensation for any injuries you suffered while at a campsite.
Date Published: September 17, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead