If you have been injured while staying at a luxury camping site in the United Kingdom, then the Accident Advice Helpline advisors can provide you with any glamping injury advice that you require. The majority of people who go glamping enjoy the natural surroundings of the cabins, tepees, tree houses and safari tents they frequent, but there are times when a serious injury can ruin the experience. Our expert solicitors can work with you to file a claim if you have been the victim of a glamping injury. We will attempt to secure a compensation package by filing a claim against those who were at fault for your injuries. Call our free 24-hour helpline today to find out more.
Responsibility and liability
If you were injured while glamping then you must be able to prove that the site owner or the company that you booked your break with is directly liable in some way. For instance, the tree house you stayed in may have been poorly constructed and crushed you while you were sleeping. Alternatively, you may have slipped and fallen over a paving stone that should not have been there or had not been spotted as a health and safety hazard.
If a third party’s negligence ultimately led to you suffering an injury, then you can call us today for glamping injury advice on 0800 689 0500 and begin filing your no win, no fee claim. Our advisors will discuss your case with you before pairing you with a personal injury solicitor. They will build a case just for you and work diligently to receive a compensation package that meets your expectations.
The amount you receive will depend on a range of factors including how serious your injuries were and how much they have altered your everyday life. If you are now wheelchair bound, then it is likely that you will receive a higher sum as the accident has had a life-changing impact. Every case is different and there are no set rules; however, you can trust Accident Advice Helpline to do everything they can to make the process easy for you. You may not even have to go to court to reach a settlement.
We will need sufficient evidence to support your case, so take as many photographs as possible of where the accident took place and any structures or objects that were to blame for your injuries. Also, be sure to report the incident to the owner of the site or glamping site staff within twenty-four hours.
Remember, a personal injury claim is primarily about improving your life and your financial future. There are many benefits to making a claim, not least of all the security of receiving a substantial sum of money. It will help you to support your family and can cover counselling costs, medical bills, and the income you have lost while taking time off work.
If you feel that you could be eligible to make a claim then contact us today and we can give you the glamping injury advice that you need to make a successful claim.
Date Published: October 17, 2014
Author: David Brown