Going on holiday should be an escape and a fun thing to do for all the family. However, if you find that things are not quite right in the resort that you are staying, in it can be a very different story. Some holiday parks have playgrounds for kids, but if they are not well maintained they can cause accidents or an injury.
Was your child injured in a
holiday park playground?
If your child has suffered an injury on a holiday park playground it can be very upsetting. You may be worried about your child’s injuries and medical care and this can all be complicated when you are on holiday in an unfamiliar place to you. It can be stressful for the whole family, when all you want to do is the best for your child. At Accident Advice Helpline we can help with accidents that happen in holiday parks. Whether the incident was in the UK, or was abroad and you booked it as part of a UK holiday package, we can help. We will fight for the best result for you to get the compensation you deserve that may help with some of the costs you incur while looking after your injured child.
Don’t be embarrassed to ask for help. It can be a difficult time when one of the family is injured and when the injury on a holiday park playground has occurred as the result of negligence at the holiday park it can be even more stressful and hard to deal with. No one expects to be injured while on holiday and especially not because of someone’s negligence or lack of care when looking after a holiday park facility.
Where to turn?
With so much experience in the industry, here at Accident Advice Helpline we understand the difficulties people can face when they are injured. We have dealt with many holiday and playground related injuries and can guide you through the process and work on your behalf to get the compensation you deserve. We are proud of our excellent customer service and are represented by our patron Dame Esther Rantzen. We want the process to be as easy as possible for you and operate with a no win, no fee policy so there are no upfront costs. To discuss your case with us get in touch via our free helpline – 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Sarah Douglas