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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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    Ice climbing accident advice


    The amazing adventure sport of ice climbing is growing in popularity and consequent injuries have led to an increasing number of individuals seeking ice climbing accident advice. This exhilarating activity has a definite appeal for active outdoor adventurers, and individuals who are seeking extra excitement in their leisure time. Ice climbing offers the chance to do the unique and unusual by donning a pair of crampons, grasping an ice axe, and performing exhilarating feats such as climbing up a frozen waterfall and navigating vertical ice flows.

    A high risk activity

    By its very nature, ice climbing is a high-risk activity and extreme care and preparation is needed before setting out on any ice climbing adventure. Individuals can take courses in which they learn the essential technical skills required for the sport, as well as all the vital safety procedures necessary for safe climbing. Individuals who are serious about the sport ensure that they maintain the high level of physical fitness that it demands.

    Ice climbing adventure tours

    Adventure tour groups that offer short holiday ice climbing experiences are growing in number and can be found throughout the UK and in many other parts of the world. These operators provide individuals who are new to the sport with the opportunity to participate in an ice climbing adventure in a one-off experience. Participants trust in the company’s or operator’s ability to provide a safe, accident free experience, and most of the time everything goes well. However, with such a high-risk activity there is always the chance that something can go wrong, and unfortunately accidents can occur that are not the fault of the participant.

    How to get ice climbing accident advice

    Injuries resulting from ice climbing accidents and accidents that occur in other related sporting adventure activities can be life altering, and those who have had the misfortune to suffer serious injuries need reliable advice about their rights. The team of highly trained personal injury solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline are able to provide information and answers to most of the questions that accident victims have, and can offer advice about your legal rights, the correct action to take immediately following your injury, and also help determine if you may be entitled to compensation.

    The professional team at Accident Advice Helpline understands the stress and trauma that accompanies a serious personal injury; very often there can be mental and emotional suffering as well as physical injuries and the loss of the ability to work. The experienced team of solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline can help to remove some of the stress following a serious injury by using their knowledge and experience with the claims process to get you the compensation for your injuries and suffering that you deserve. We will take care of all the complex legal issues and allow you the time to begin your recovery, secure in the knowledge that your case is in capable hands.

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    If you need ice climbing accident advice there is no reason to delay getting professional assistance. Simply call the 24-hour free helpline right away and let us get to work for you.

    Date Published: August 24, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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