The great British seaside is a popular choice for holidaymakers and locals looking to enjoy the sunshine this summer, and where better to stroll whilst enjoying an ice cream than on the promenade? You’ll find people of all ages walking, cycling, roller skating or even walking the dog along the promenade in the sunshine – but what if an accident on a promenade has cast a shadow over your day? Accident Advice Helpline’s team of personal injury advisors can help you claim the compensation you deserve; get in touch to discuss your accident and get confidential, no-obligation advice.
A day at the beach
Whether you have been injured after being hit by a cyclist on the promenade or have suffered a slip, trip or fall, you could be eligible to claim personal injury compensation if your day out has gone wrong. Those who have been injured in an accident on a promenade may be lucky enough to escape with cuts and bruises, but you could be left seriously injured, suffering from broken bones, head and facial injuries or damaged tendons and ligaments. Here are a few examples of common injuries sustained after an accident on a promenade:
- Cuts and bruises
- Facial injuries
- Knocked out or chipped teeth
- Broken bones (usually in the leg, ankle, foot, wrist or hand)
- Tendon and ligament damage
You could be bitten by a dog, suffer a slip, trip or fall, injured by a broken seat or any number of other hazards – when you least expect it. We specialise in personal injury law and have years of experience, so we can help you to claim the compensation you deserve after your accident, provided you contact us within three years of your accident occurring.
Claim no matter what your circumstances
Many people are put off the idea of claiming as they worry about legal fees, court proceedings and other things. There’s no need to feel daunted at the idea of making a personal injury claim. Our lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee* basis, so no matter what your financial circumstances, you can afford to make a claim. Most claims are settled without the need to go to court, and if you do need to go to court, Accident Advice Helpline’s lawyers are here to support you. Call our freephone helpline now on 0800 689 0500 and find out more about the claims process and whether you have a viable claim.
Date Published: July 27, 2015
Author: Rob Steen