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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."

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    Can you claim if you fall whilst drunk in a beer garden?

    If someone else caused you to fall whilst drunk in a beer garden, you could qualify for personal injury compensation. Your claim may, however, be reduced. Liability for a fall whilst drunk in a beer garden The owner or manager of a beer garden may, for example, be held liable for your fall whilst drunk in a….

    Five tips to use charcoal barbecues

    Summer is here which means lighter nights, warmer days and lots of fun in the sun. It also means it’s time to get the barbecue out. However, there are several things to remember when using charcoal barbecues. Staying safe when using charcoal barbecues Here are our five tips: Avoid kids coming near the barbecue in….

    Five tips to safely use gas barbecues

    While slips, trips and falls in the garden might be a common occurrence among youngsters, and adults after a few too many Pimms, there are various barbecue-related accidents that we should all be aware of, as we head into the sunniest season of the year. Barbecue accidents and injuries As well as slips and trips….

    The dangers of drinking alcohol in the sun

    A recent study published by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism found that drinking just one alcoholic drink per day can increase your risk of skin cancer by up to 20 per cent. In the summer months, when the sun’s rays beam down causing sweltering temperatures and elated moods, it can be all….

    Safety check: Gas barbecues vs coal barbecues

    Summer is in full swing and many of us will be enjoying barbecues in the garden with friends and family. Barbecues are quick and simple and they produce delicious meals, but there is such a vast range of styles and products on offer it can be difficult to choose the perfect barbecue. There are coal….

    What kind of injuries are common over the summer?

    Slips, trips and falls around the swimming pool may be common summer accidents we are all aware of, but as the sun rises and the rays become stronger, it is important to remember health and safety when partaking in all seasonal activities. Beyond poolside slips and falls During spells of fine weather, we are more….

    What injuries are more common in the summer?

    When the sun comes out, we all partake in activities that we wouldn’t during the colder months of the year. It is no surprise that the number of slips, trips and falls increase, as children and adults run around in gardens and public areas. As well as trips and slips, there are other common summer….

    Common types of garden injuries

    Every year, thousands of men, women and children experience garden injuries caused by common accidents outdoors. Equipment and garden injuries Lawn mowers, strimmers and hedge cutters are responsible for a great deal of personal injuries, which include injuries by electrocution, cuts and lacerations, even amputation of limbs. Flowerpots, strange as this may sound, are also the….

    Common British springtime accidents

    As days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and generally sunnier, common British springtime accidents are on the increase. But what types of mishaps are considered typical British springtime accidents? Cycling accidents Road traffic accident statistics show, for instance, that cyclists are more frequently injured in traffic accidents during the spring and summer….

    Beer garden accidents: Slips & trips on doorway steps

    For those rare occasions during the British summer when the sun comes out there is only one thing to do: head for the beer garden. Whether it’s relaxing in the company of good friends, enjoying family time in the sunshine or simply relaxing in solitude with a good book or newspaper, whiling away the hours….

    What should I do after experiencing a beer garden accident?

    Accidents in beer gardens can include a wide variety of incidents, from children being injured falling off play equipment or being hit by cars after wandering into the road out of inadequately secured or supervised play areas to adults sustaining injuries by slipping or tripping; falling off or being injured by splinters on poorly maintained….

    Beer garden accidents: Uneven paving slabs

    Since the introduction of the smoking ban in pubs and clubs across the UK, there has been an explosion in the numbers of European-style beer gardens for smokers and others who may wish to enjoy the weather. These idyllic little enclaves can be the perfect place to relax with a refreshing beverage. However, an uneven….

    Case study: Car ploughs into beer garden in Wolverhampton (2008)

    This is a true story that happened in May 2008 in Wolverhampton. It was reported to be a sunny day so the beer garden was reasonably full when a car came careering of the road into the beer garden and crashing into a picnic table. Were there any casualties in this car collision? An ambulance….

    Beer garden accidents: splintered or rotten benches

    There is nothing quite as pleasant and relaxing as sitting in a beer garden on a warm summer evening and enjoying a drink with friends or family. Often offering gorgeous views and play areas for children, beer gardens can unfortunately be the scenes of accidents. Beer garden accidents Often consisting of wood, beer garden benches, chairs and tables….

    Beer garden accidents: On-site climbing frames

    As long, warm summer days tempt more and families out into the open, many pubs are once again opening their beer gardens to the public. Children are usually catered for by play areas, which typically include climbing frames, swings and slides. Socialising in the sun while the kids are having a whale of a time….

    Beer garden accidents: On-site bouncy castles

    A beer garden with a bouncy castle seems like an ingenious, winning combination. It’s the perfect place for parents and friends to relax and enjoy a drink whilst the children are entertained and can play. However, the consequences of bouncy castle accidents are not a laughing matter and the threats to safety are both numerous….

    Beer garden accidents: Broken glass

    A few pints with friends in the beer garden is one of the staples of British Summertime. Whether it’s to watch England crash out of the World Cup or simply get sunburnt whilst fighting off the wasps, it’s the favoured venue for all manner of activities. However, aside from wayward penalties and intruding insects, there….

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