While a hovercraft may not be the most popular form of travel over the water, these craft are used in a variety of situations. It can be quite an experience to go on one if you are more used to boats, and thankfully the high level of safety measures in place means you can expect to complete the journey safely every time.
Of course, there are accidents that may occur and you could be reading this because you have been involved in one of them. A hovercraft accident can leave you with injuries of both a mental and physical nature. You may not realise initially how bad those injuries are either. This makes you realise how important it is to consider whether you could be entitled to claim hovercraft injury compensation.
Counselling and proper medical help
Anyone who has been involved in an accident on a hovercraft should have expert medical attention as soon as possible. Sometimes you may not be aware of physical injuries you have suffered. Adrenalin means you may not feel them initially, and you may think you are okay because you look okay, and yet you could have internal injuries.
Similarly, mental anguish and stress caused by the accident could affect you for a long time to come. It is normal for people involved in such accidents to have issues with coming to terms with it. If you can make sure you have a chance to seek advice from a mental health professional as well, this could be a huge help to you.
Find out about hovercraft injury compensation from Accident Advice Helpline now
Accident Advice Helpline – Accident Advice Helpline to provide our proper name – is experienced in handling a wide variety of claims relating to accidents in the UK. If you have been in an accident like this and it happened within the last three years, you have a right to find out whether compensation might be paid to you.
By calling us here today on 0800 689 0500 you can get in touch with one of our friendly and well-trained advisors. They will discuss your situation with you, get the facts and see whether one of our trained lawyers can take on your case on your behalf. You have an opportunity to see whether compensation is due to you, and how much you might be able to win for your injuries too.
Date Published: October 25, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead