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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    London’s most dangerous areas: Dalston

    ContentsThe perks of living in DalstonTypes of crime experienced in Dalston and elsewhereTaking good care on the roads and pavements of DalstonHas something already happened to you?Dalston has a population of 7,659 people. It has two train stations and Hackney Central isn’t far away to the east of Dalston, either, so transport links are good…..

    London’s most dangerous areas: Whitechapel

    ContentsHow safe is Whitechapel?Staying safe while you are enjoying Whitechapel and the rest of LondonTake care when cyclingDiscover today whether you could claim for injuries in an accident in WhitechapelThink of Whitechapel and the first thing to come to mind will probably be Jack the Ripper. Even though his crimes occurred in 1888, he is….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

    ContentsBe selfie savvy: Avoid public accidentsDangerous selfie spots: Cliffs of Moher, IrelandWho is to blame for your accident in public?According to a recent study undertaken by Psychology Today, the more selfies you take and post onto social media platforms, the less likeable you become among your friends and followers. As the selfie craze takes the….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Gozo Cliffs, Malta

    With the recent advent of the selfie stick, it is confirmed that the selfie craze has taken over our social media-mad world. While many people find the fad annoying, selfies are overall relatively harmless, although some hardcore haters would argue otherwise. That being said, selfies do encourage us to switch off from what is immediately going….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: CN Tower EdgeWalk, Toronto

    ContentsThe ever-rising popularity of selfiesEnjoying the CN Tower EdgeWalk in complete safetyWhat could go wrong if you take selfies without proper care and attention?Accidents while out in publicHelp is available nowIt takes a brave person to attempt the CN Tower EdgeWalk. The tower can be found in Toronto and is regarded as one of the….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Kjeragbolten, Norway

    ContentsAvoiding a fallBase jumping also takes place at KjeragboltenWhat should you do if you have an accident while on holiday abroad?Find out today if you’re able to claim something for injuries sustained on holidayThere are lots of places you could choose to take a selfie in, but some are more dangerous than others. Some might….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls

    On every smartphone, you are almost guaranteed to find a series of selfies: pictures taken of yourself, by yourself, using the coming-of-age invention of the front-facing camera. Whether you’re meeting someone famous or holidaying in the destination of your dreams, taking a selfie is what most of us want to do. However, as tempting as….

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