When students go to university they want to find a balance between socialising and studying so they can enjoy their three-year stay.
In the excitement of a fresh start students are prone to accidents; whether it be slips, trips and falls or accidents at work in a part-time job, and they are not always to blame.
There is a lot to consider when first starting at university and it is important to try and ensure that having fun doesn’t compromise being safe. The list featured below shows accidents that could occur despite a student’s best efforts:
- Poor housing conditions, e.g. damp or subsidence, causing an unsafe living environment
- Personal injury caused by extra-curricular activities
- The suffering of a slip, trip or fall on campus
- A collision or injury suffered whilst at a party or nightclub
- Faulty equipment provided by a landlord causing accidents for the tenants
What is Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline is there for when people suffer an accident that wasn’t their fault. They want to ensure that people who can rightfully make a claim for compensation receive the full amount they are due with the smallest amount of hassle.
Accident Advice Helpline deals with a whole host of claims, so whether it is medical negligence that is the issue for travel accident compensation, or any other issues of a similar nature, the team of experienced advisers can deal with your queries.
A 24/7 telephone service is a fundamental part of the service the Accident Advice Helpline has provided since its inception in 2000, and it ensures that most claims never reach a courtroom.
How will I know if I can make an accident claim?
A decision is usually provided within minutes as to whether or not you have a chance of making a successful claim, and thousands have benefited from the quick and efficient process.
TV personality and consumer champion Esther Rantzen continues to laud the efforts made by Accident Advice Helpline, as they always strive to improve their service to their claimants.