Contact Accident Advice Helpline today to make a mountain guide accident claim. If you have been injured while skiing, climbing or mountaineering in the UK then you could be eligible for compensation if the accident was not your fault. Accident Advice Helpline was set up to provide legal representation to people like you, who want expert advice and assistance without having to pay huge costs upfront. Our no win, no fee** policy will take care of this for you.
Mountain guides have to complete rigorous and demanding courses to get their qualifications. Their expertise in mountaineering enables them to lead the public while partaking in outdoor activities. Even if you are an expert, it does not mean that the person that hired you or the organisation you belong to can be negligent in regards to health and safety. They must also be vigilant about the risks involved in locations so you are not at risk of serious injury. If you think that this was not the case then you may be able to purse a personal injury claim. If you have been affected in any way by your injuries then someone needs to be brought to justice.
IFMGA mountain guides are the most experienced professionals in the UK. If you are one of them, then you are likely to belong to the national association of British Mountain Guides (BMG). If you have been involved in an accident, we recommend that you tell them about it immediately. If you feel fit enough to do so, you should also begin collecting evidence. This evidence, in the form of witness accounts, accident details and financial and medical documents, will help our expert solicitors to fight for your cause.
Mountaineering injuries are wide ranging in their type and severity. If you fell over and sustained a broken leg or concussion due to the negligence of a party member then you may be forced to take time off work for several months. This can have a huge impact on your ability to earn a living. Making a claim will cover these costs and provide you with peace of mind as you concentrate on your recovery. Other mountain guide injuries could be due to faulty equipment or malfunctioning ski lifts or other means of travel.
About Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000. We have made many successful claims for clients during the last fourteen years. Our methods are proven and we know how to maximise compensation. Our professional and efficient service also makes it a pleasure for clients to deal with us on a daily basis. We will work diligently for you and do everything we can to get you back on a sound financial footing.
To start the claims process, ring our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 and chat to one of our advisors. It might be the beginning of a brighter future.
Date Published: July 21, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident at work claim