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Injuries you could sustain from a camping accident

There are many different types of injuries you could sustain from a camping accident. Of course, we would all prefer it if we did not suffer any injuries at all, but sometimes accidents are unavoidable. This is especially the case when engaging in adventure activities. With that being said, below we are going to take a look at camping injuries in further detail while also providing information on making a claim.

Injuries you could sustain from a camping accident

The examples below are a mere handful of the different injuries you could sustain from a camping accident:

  • Slips, trips, and falls – It is not uncommon for these types of accidents to occur during a camping trip, especially if there are dangerous potholes or steep slopes that do not have any signs. It is the responsibility of the campsite owner to ensure that the grounds are safe. Therefore, if you have suffered because of their negligence, you will be able to claim.
  • Injuries through a lack of supervision – There are some areas of the campsite that require supervision. For example, if the campsite has a swimming pool, it is vital for a lifeguard to be there who can ensure no accidents occur. The same can be said for any activities that are potentially dangerous. If the correct assistance is not provided, you can make a claim.
  • Electric shocks – An electrical injury could occur if the electrical outlets have not been maintained correctly or safety checks have not been conducted in recent years.
  • Injuries due to a lack of maintenance – Injuries can occur when campsite facilities have not been maintained. The campsite owners have a responsibility to ensure that everything is looked after properly, and this involves conducting regular tests. If they have failed to do this, and you have been injured as a consequence, you should be entitled to compensation.

In addition to this, other types of injuries that can occur include facial injuries, head injuries, cuts, bruises, and broken bones. In truth, there is no end to the type of accidents that can happen. Nevertheless, if you do want to make a claim, the important factor is being able to prove that someone else is to blame for your injuries.

Contact Accident Advice Helpline today

If you have been injured in a camping accident, and you believe someone else is to blame, give us a call on 0800 689 5659 phone. We will answer any questions you may have, and we will start the process of helping you get the compensation you deserve.