Some hotels have various services provided for their guests’ convenience. For example they may have a golf course adjacent to the hotel in a luxurious setting. This means people can book golfing holidays at that hotel and be within a stone’s throw of the golf course each day.
Hotel golf course accidents don’t crop up very often, thanks to the quality of the services provided by all kinds of hotels that have such courses present on their property. However, there could be the potential for an isolated incident to crop up every now and then. When this happens someone could be left with injuries that were not their fault, but instead were the fault of another individual.
How could hotel golf course accidents occur?
Let’s look at some examples. Paths should be clearly marked on the course and golf buggies should only be used in the appropriate places. If this is not the case you may potentially be hit by one as you walk from one part of the course to another. On the other hand you might use a golf buggy that has not been properly maintained and is therefore, a potential hazard to use. You could end up having an accident in it if the brakes do not work properly for example.
Accident Advice Helpline rarely comes across hotel golf course accidents brought to our attention by people looking to make a compensation claim. However, they can occur and if they do there is the chance that someone might be injured and could have trouble recovering from those injuries.
Has your holiday been ruined?
There is also the possibility that your holiday spent at a hotel with access to a golf course could be ruined if your injury is severe. A broken bone takes weeks to heal and in some cases you might end up suffering from prolonged problems and symptoms as well. This is why it is important to seek proper legal advice if anything like this has happened to you.
When you call Accident Advice Helpline you will have an opportunity to speak with a professional advisor who is trained to assess cases just like yours. Call 0800 689 0500 today to find out whether you have a good case and you may get compensation via a no win, no fee* claim for your injuries as well. Make that call now.
Date Published: July 27, 2015
Author: Rob Steen