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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    The dangers of all day drinking over a Bank Holiday

    It’s that happy time of year again when we get the chance to sneak in a few extra days off work thanks to Bank Holidays. Long weekends are a perfect excuse to take a mini break or spend time catching up with friends or family. For some, the opportunity to enjoy another lie-in is too….

    What are the most common accidents when sailing?

    Strange as it may seem, it appears that the most common accidents when sailing are slips, trips and falls, closely followed by being hit by objects. Causes of these common accidents when sailing Slips and trips are usually caused by wet or cluttered surfaces. Injuries by falling overboard, near-drownings and drownings are often the result….

    Survivor guide: Cliffs of Moher

    The Cliffs of Moher are an impressive attraction located in County Clare in  Ireland. They are a great place to visit as the views from the cliffs are vast and stunning. However, like all cliffs you have to be careful whilst you are on holiday to avoid any travel accidents. What types of travel accidents….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Forgot about your car park stay in a coastal resort?

    In the unpredictable British weather, we all want to make the best of the sunshine by getting away to a scenic coastal resort to enjoy those few summer days. As the temperature increases, so too does the competition to find a suitable parking spot. Many coastal resorts have narrow streets and limited parking facilities, making….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Fell asleep in a London park during summer?

    When it comes to accidents in public, the potential consequences can be enormously painful, not to mention embarrassing. Whilst, in some circumstances, being able to claim for personal injury compensation is a welcome safety net, on other occasions, it is perhaps best just to suck it up and admit you made a mistake. One such….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Forgot to pay at a petrol station?

    It’s a bank holiday, you are about to go out somewhere nice in the car for the day but you realise you are running low on fuel. You are also running late so you dash to the petrol station, narrowly avoiding a car collision, you fill up and drive away. You get to the end….

    Bank holiday bloopers: No parking spaces in an English coastal resort?

    It seems to be an unwritten law that, when it’s a bank holiday in the United Kingdom, the heavens open and the rain pours down. As a result, on the rare occasions the sun is shining, competition for places at the beach is fierce. This can bring a number of threats to personal safety to….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Fallen off a step ladder at home?

    We’ve all had a mishap when doing some DIY around the home. The resultant injuries can vary in seriousness from nothing hurt but our pride to serious injuries requiring medical attention. Slipping, tripping or falling from a step ladder Falls from height such as falling from a step ladder can be extremely serious. When an….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Overheating in a motorway traffic jam?

    It always seems to be when you really need your car the most, that something as annoying as overheating in a motorway traffic jam seems to happen. When the sun is shining and like everyone else, you want to hit the road and enjoy a family day out, your car overheating can be soul-destroying, but….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Running low on fuel in a traffic jam?

    Running low or out of fuel in the middle of a traffic jam can not only be highly embarrassing, it can also be extremely dangerous. Depending on the situation, a vehicle may have to be pulled over/ left in a position where it represents a danger to other road users and may ultimately cause a….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Lost a wing mirror at an open air safari park?

    As accidents on the road go, losing a wing mirror is not that catastrophic. However, it can be frustrating and expensive to sort out whilst the immediate aftermath can be extremely dangerous given how dependant most of us are, necessarily, on glancing at a wing mirror to check our position in the traffic and stay….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Hosting a barbecue with children around?

    The sun is (hopefully) shining, the weather is (hopefully) sweet. Yes, bank holidays are the perfect time to host a gathering around a well-stocked barbecue. Whilst such events can undoubtedly be enormous fun, they can also pose numerous risks to public safety, especially when children are present. How can I avoid pubic accidents such as….

    Bank holiday bloopers: Spring cleaning around the house

    A bank holiday weekend can be the perfect time to finally start clearing out the clutter in the garage and giving your home that extra sparkle, however sometimes things can go awry. As a law firm with over 13 years’ experience in all areas of personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline have developed an extensive….

    Bank holiday bloopers: 5 ways to tame your traffic road rage

    Bank holidays are great because they are reason to have the day off, relax and generally have fun. However, if you intend on travelling anywhere on these days, be prepared to wait in long queues and take twice or three times as long to arrive at your destination. Due to these reasons, the ugliness of….

    Bank holiday bloopers: 5 London to Brighton motorcycle safety tips

    With two bank holidays in May on top of the Easter holidays, many of us are looking forward to enjoying time off. Spring has sprung and the promise of warmer days and lighter evenings has prompted many to start planning outdoor activities, such as days by the sea, trips to zoos and theme parks and….

    Bank holiday bloopers: What accidents can I experience while fishing?

    Bank holiday weekend is the time of the year to take time off work and enjoy life’’s simple pleasures. Fishing may sound like a lovely, relaxing pastime, but it is not without the possibility of a serious injury. So when you are trying to enjoy a tranquil time on a river, here are a few….

    Bank holiday bloopers: A DIY accident at home?

    Many DIY enthusiasts enjoy getting stuck into some project or another over bank holiday weekends. Sadly, every now and then things can go terribly wrong. From slipping in DIY stores while getting the necessary materials for the project to being electrocuted by defective equipment, the risk of personal injuries is never far away. Faulty product….

    Bank holiday bloopers: How safe are sunglasses while driving?

    There’’s nothing like making the most of an extra day or two off from work and getting away on a short break. Unfortunately, millions of other people tend to have exactly the same idea and the roads around bank holidays can become a nightmare in terms of negotiating traffic and avoiding accidents on the road…..

    Bank holiday bloopers: How to safely fly a kite with children

    Spending bank holidays with your children can be a great opportunity to spend quality time together, out in the great outdoors, and flying kites together can be fun for all of the family. Before embarking on a fun day outside with your children to fly kites, ensure you follow these safety tips to make sure….

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