Baldock is a historic market town in the local government district of North Hertfordshire. The main reasons for tourism here are the many fairs and festivals which take place throughout the year. The Baldock Festival dates back to 1983 and is a cultural festival which happens annually every May.
It is a well attended festival due to the extensive list of activities on offer such as several live music events, museum trips, sporting events, barn dances, mystery tours and open gardens to name a few. Closely following this is the Baldock Beer Festival which offers many cask ales, authentic ciders and continental lagers as well as live music and much in the form of children’s entertainment. Other events hosted here are of a similar feel, vibrant atmosphere and communities getting together, and everything is taken in good spirit and the festivals are set to continue for many years.
The trouble is, with such buzzing atmospheres and crowds of people hazardous conditions sometimes go undetected until they are too late. Things like unsafe pavements may be put down the council’s list until events are over for fear of delays. If this is the case and you have fallen over something which should not have been there then through an injury solicitor in Baldock you could receive a compensation pay out.
Crowds, whether merry or not can be involved in an array of accidents and injuries such as road traffic accidents when festivals bring in much more traffic to the roads and people are either in a rush to get there or already relaxed in the party mood; either way they can lose concentration and this results in a road traffic accident. If this has happened, and you were involved and got injured the injury solicitor in Baldock can help to obtain you the maximum compensation amount possible for your accident as well as having you fully reimbursed for any financial losses.
Call Accident Advice Helpline’s freephone number on 0800 689 5659 and speak to one of our trained advisors about your accident. We will tell you, initially, if you are eligible to make a claim and also how much your award is likely to be. We have no automated machines, we have no ‘on hold’ systems, you are treated with the respect and decency you deserve from the outset.