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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Most common street luge accident injuries

    ContentsCuts and grazesBruisesBroken bonesHead injuriesWas someone else to blame for your street luge injury?Give us a call todayHave you heard of street luge before? Maybe the word luge is familiar to you. This could be because the luge is a sport at the Winter Olympics. The luge is a toboggan on which the person lies….

    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 common longboarding accident injuries

    ContentsAre men at greater risk?What about other common injuries you could sustain while longboarding?How to avoid injuries while longboardingKeep an eye on the surface you’re longboarding onContact Accident Advice Helpline for the help you need todayWe’re all well acquainted with skateboards, but not everyone will be familiar with longboards. They aren’t far removed from skateboards,….

    Most common parkour accident injuries

    ContentsExamples of a parkour accidentMake sure you practise parkour in a safe spaceIf you’ve already been injured, were you at fault for causing your parkour accident?Find out whether you have an opportunity to claim compensationIf you know what parkour is, you’ll know a parkour accident can be a painful experience to have. You might also….

    Top 5 potential accident claims for a waiter or waitress

    Contents1. Slips, trips and falls – are they really that common?2. Scalds and burns – watch out for hot objects3. Cuts, grazes and lacerations4. Manual handling injuries5. Skin conditionsPreventing accidents in the hospitality industryFind out more about accident claims for a waiter or waitressWorking as a waiter or waitress in the hospitality industry can be….

    Most common canyoning accident injuries

    ContentsSlips, trips and fallsFracturesRepetitive Strain InjuryAccident Advice Helpline and claiming compensationCanyoning is one of the most exciting extreme sports. Participants can enjoy climbing, abseiling, swimming, base jumping and scrambling. As with all extreme sports, there is a high chance of being injured whilst canyoning. As a law firm with years of experience in all areas….

    Five slip and trip hazards at the bowling alley

    There isn’t much that beats a night of bowling with your friends — grabbing some food and ordering some drinks before dividing into teams is great for striking up a bit of healthy competition and a lot of fun. However, the bowling alley can be a dangerous place for slips, trips and falls. Being aware of what….

    Swimming pool accidents: Chlorine levels and burns

    ContentsSwimming pools in the UKWhat is chlorine and what is it used for?How to manage chlorine levels and burns in your local poolWhat happens if you’ve suffered chlorine burns?I’ve suffered chlorine burns on holiday – can I claim compensation?Claiming compensation for chlorine burnsSwimming is a fantastic way to keep fit and a popular activity for….

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