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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

    Had an accident in China? Here’s what NOT to do


    When you suffer an injury or illness abroad, it can be particularly frightening, especially so as you are away from your creature comforts. Not knowing how to get help for your travel ailments can be upsetting for victims of travel illness and injury, no matter where are holidaying. This includes travellers who have experienced an accident in China. The….

    The worst scooter accidents on holiday in Greece


    Greece is a popular holiday destination for tourists all over the world. Boasting historical sites, stunning beaches and incredible food, it’’s no wonder many people choose Greece for their summer holidays. If you’’re travelling to the Greek Islands this summer, you may be thinking about exploring. Here are some tips to help you stay safe….

    Survivor Guide: Kissing the Blarney Stone


    The origin of the Blarney Stone, at Barney Castle, Cork, is, thanks to an array of different legends, somewhat uncertain. What is certain is that kissing the Blarney Stone is supposed to give those brave enough to kiss it the gift of being able to speak with charm, persuasion and wit. Strength of faith The belief….

    Britain’s most dangerous accident blackspots


    Whenever we take to the road, there is always a chance of experiencing a road traffic accident. With this in mind, accident blackspots around the UK only increase the risk of drivers suffering accidents on the road. With an awareness of where these dangerous accident blackspots hide, drive with caution and respect for the road and it….

    Britain’s most busy roads


    According to the INRIX Traffic Scorecard Report for 2015, London was the most congested major city in Europe last year, with drivers wasting an average of 101 hours on busy roads during the reported period. It is of little wonder that occasionally, drivers become impatient and take actions likely to cause a road traffic accident. Britain vs. Europe Although….

    Survivor Guide: Mount Fuji


    100 kilometres southwest of Tokyo, lays Mount Fuji. Standing as the tallest peak in Japan, the active volcano is quite the snow-tipped spectacle, attracting thousands upon thousands of sightseers and adventure seekers each year. While a visit to Mount Fuji is a once in a lifetime experience for many, those explorers who do get the….

    Dangerous blackspots in London


    Due to the sheer volume of commuters and tourists who travel in and around the capital each day, dangerous blackspots in London can be found all across the city. While the Big Smoke is known for its blackspots, its hectic roads and congested traffic are notorious for causing road traffic accidents. Yet, the threat of experiencing a….

    Survivor guide: Going out in Cardiff


    Cardiff is a bustling, lively city renowned for its nightlife. If you’’re preparing for going out in Cardiff for a night on the tiles, here are some handy hints to help prevent accidents, such as slips, trips and falls. Staying safe when going out in Cardiff If you’’re going out in Cardiff, it’s worth bearing some safety….

    Common accidents when island hopping in Greece


    The Greek Islands are a perennial high performer in the tourism stakes. Home to crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches and some of the best traditional restaurants in the world, it’’s no surprise that visitors flock here year on year. If you’’re planning on island hopping in Greece this summer, here are some tips to help….

    Survivor Guide: Summer holidays to the Lake District


    Whether you travel alone, as a family, in a group or as a couple, when you choose to take time out and travel to the Lake District for your summer sojourn, you do so in the hope of a relaxing break away at the heart of one of Britain’’s areas of natural beauty. The Lake….

    Survivor Guide: Heading to Central America


    Connecting North America to the east of South America, Central America offers an eclectic mix of the best bits of both continents. Boasting some of the world’’s most exotic holiday destinations including Honduras and Costa Rica, Central America often ranks high on many travellers’ wish lists. With such an abundance of sights to see and cultures….

    Survivor Guide: The Yorkshire Moors


    Encompassing anything from steep-sloped valleys, rolling hills and vast, fragrant pine forests to heather moorland and breath-taking coastal paths, the Yorkshire Moors, or North York Moors, are also home to many ‘hidden’ hamlets and villages, historic priories, castles and abbeys, wonderful traditional pubs and more. As such, they are perfect for cycling, hiking and walking holidays. Possible….

    Survivor Guide: Piccadilly Circus


    Known for its bold neon signs and as a bustling rendezvous location, Piccadilly Circus is the main London junction that links to both Haymarket Leicester Square and the theatres of Shaftesbury Avenue. At the heart of the London’s world-famous West End, the consistent throng of holidaymakers, commuters and locals alike generally causes accidents at Piccadilly….

    The most accident-prone summer locations


    When you embark on your yearly adventures, generally the last thing on your mind is how your choice of summer locations can, or will, impact on your health and safety. Yet, in fact, travel accident compensation claims are common among Britons. From slips around the pool to food poisoning and collisions on excursions to flight-related incidents, accidents on holiday….

    Common injuries in Hyde Park


    Hyde Park is one of London’s most notorious green spots. With summer fast approaching, many people will be hoping to enjoy al fresco picnics and lazy days at the park. If you’’re planning a visit to Hyde Park, it’’s a good idea to bear some health and safety tips in mind to prevent accidents, such as….

    Worst recorded accidents at the Great Barrier Reef


    Comprising of hundreds of islands and thousands of reefs made up by more than 600 different types of soft and hard coral, the Great Barrier Reef is a 2,300 km (1429.15 miles) long eco-system located off Queensland’s coast. The Great Barrier Reef Home to a vast diversity of marine life, including sharks, dolphins and turtles, starfish, molluscs and colourful….

    Worst recorded accidents on holiday in Croatia


    One of the worst accidents reported involving people on holiday in Croatia must be the horrific car crash that put a woman in a coma for a month, and killed her husband and two of her three children, in July 2014. The accident on holiday in Croatia It appears that while the family were travelling along a coastal road….

    Survivor Guide: Visiting the Grand Canyon


    When visiting the Grand Canyon, you experience one of the most visually stunning spectacles the world has to offer. Situated in the State of Arizona in the United States, the Canyon is carved by the Colorado River over a two-billion year period. Visiting the Grand Canyon, it is hard not to be blown away by its sheer enormity;….

    Survivor Guide: Leicester Square


    As one of the busiest areas of London, brimming with locals and tourists alike, Leicester Square is a buzzing, vibrant area of the capital, offering an eclectic mix of nightlife, eateries, shops and attractions. Yet, where there is hustle and bustle, there is likely to be public accidents and adverse incidents. From slips, trips and falls to collisions with pedestrians,….

    Australia’s most poisonous spiders


    According to AustralianGeographic.com, the varying ecosystems of Australia are inhabited by approximately 10,000 different species of spiders. As such, Aus is home to some of the world’s most poisonous spiders. Most poisonous spiders The most poisonous spiders include the Atrax robustus (Sydney funnel web), which is regarded as the deadliest, most toxic spider in Australia, perhaps even the….

    Tips to stay safe at the Eiffel Tower


    Easily one of the most enchanting cities in the world, a trip to Paris is sure to be a sojourn for all of the senses. Unbeatable cuisine, world-famous boutiques, phenomenal landmarks, including the eminent Eiffel Tower, Paris really is second-to-none. That being said, with so much to see and do, accidents abroad do occur. It is likely that a….

    Survivor Guide: Visiting the Shetland Islands


    Are you planning on visiting the Shetland Islands this summer? Formed from an ancient range of continental shelf hills when sea levels rose by around 120 metres between 10,000 and 12,000 million years ago, the Shetland Islands are located just under 600 miles north of London. The Arctic Circle is a mere 400 miles north of Shetland. Here is some….

    Are there different compensation laws in different countries?


    If you are considering pursuing a claim for travel accident compensation, you may be concerned about the different compensation laws in different countries, and the effect this has on your ability to pursue a travel accident claim. Are there different compensation laws in other countries? Indeed, all countries are subject to different compensation laws. In fact in some areas….

    Survivor Guide: Summer holidays in Spain


    Summer holidays in Spain promise lots of sun, sand, fun and adventure. There are, however, a few things you should consider before going to Spain. Crime on summer holidays in Spain Street crimes, personal attacks and sexual assaults involving holidaymakers are fortunately comparatively rare in Spain, but do occasionally occur. When they do, they are, according to government foreign….

    Survivor Guide: Skiing in New Zealand


    New Zealand is one of the most beautiful and intriguing countries in the world. It’’s also a paradise on Earth for adrenaline junkies and adventure sports enthusiasts. If you’’re going skiing in New Zealand, here are some tips to help you stay safe and avoid travel accidents. Staying safe when skiing in New Zealand New Zealand is a popular destination for….

    Survivor Guide: London and its canals


    Stretching over a combined length of more than 100 km (just over 62 miles), London and its canals is an astonishing feat of industrial engineering. Created more than 200 years ago to provide a commercial artery from the countryside straight into the heart of the city, the system is now a network of exceedingly delightful waterside paths for locals….

    Survivor Guide: Malaysian Borneo


    From stunning mountains, rivers and lakes to virgin rainforests, caves and a diversity of wildlife, Malaysian Borneo, or East Malaysia, has it all. You should, however, be prepared for some of the potential risks of visiting this wonderful destination. Vaccinations for Malaysian Borneo Before heading to East Malaysia, it is highly recommended to make sure your routine vaccinations, including….

    Survivor Guide: Visiting the Nile


    While many holidaymakers have shied away from holidaying in Egypt in recent years, for fear of being caught in the midst of an accident abroad that could be the cause of a travel accident claim, there are some regions that are relatively safe to visit, so long as you do so with caution. This includes the Nile cruises and….

    Survivor Guide: Walking the Great Wall of China


    One of the wonders of the world, the Great Wall of China is a feat of engineering. If you’’re lucky enough to be visiting the Great Wall of China as part of a cultural tour or a holiday in China, here are some safety tips to help you steer clear of travel accidents. Staying safe when visiting the Great Wall….

    Survivor Guide: Visiting the Pyramids of Giza


    Once upon a time, visiting the Pyramids of Giza and Egypt in general was a popular holiday choice for Britons. Sadly, due to the conflict that has arisen in some areas of Egypt over the last decade, tourist numbers to this world of wonders have significantly dwindled. While it is almost impossible to ignore the violence that has been….

    Dangers of driving in Cornwall


    Cornwall is one of the UK’’s most treasured beauty spots. If you’’re heading off on a road trip, driving in Cornwall, this summer, it’’s best to bear some driving safety tips in mind to reduce the risk of road traffic accidents. Driving in Cornwall can be hazardous, so plan your route in advance and always give the road your full….

    Most common accidents on Australia’s Bondi Beach


    Located seven kilometres to the east of Sydney’s downtown area, Bondi Beach is New South Wales’ most well known and most popular beach. Available activities include surfing, swimming and fishing, and there are also many restaurants, cafés and shops. Frequented regularly by thousands of local and international visitors, it is sadly also comparatively often the scene of accidents and….

    Air in the underground train tunnel


    Underground train tunnels are all over the world and, as a tourist, the underground or subway as it’s often referred to is a cheap and reasonably simple way to travel and explore the city. However, as helpful and as handy as they are, the air in the underground train tunnel can be dangerous to one’s….

    Driving New Zealand’s roads during the Festive season


    Driving New Zealand’s roads may seem like an easier task than some countries, mainly because they drive on the same side as us. But different roads, regulations and hazards can create a road traffic accident for even the most experienced of drivers. One such time of the year where car crashes may occur more frequently….

    Survivor Guide: Spending Christmas in Liverpool


    Voted the world’s fourth friendliest city and offering a wide range of excellent shopping venues, attractions and events, Liverpool is also generally described as a welcoming, safe city. This does, however, not mean that visitors do not need to be aware of the risk of accidents. Spending Christmas in Liverpool Transformed into a magical wonderland….

    Driving from London to Norwich for the festive season


    Driving during the festive season through the cold, ice and often wet roads can be hazardous at the best of times but some routes are more accident prone then others. One such area which can be prone to road traffic accidents due to the sheer weight of traffic is London and the surrounding areas. One….

    Recovering from extreme hypothermia


    Hypothermia can be a fatal condition and recovering from an extreme version can be a long and tiring process. Hypothermia is caused when your body heat is reduced from 37 to 35.5 Celsius, causing your body to go into shock and slowly start to shut down. How is hypothermia caused? Hypothermia or extreme hypothermia can….

    Survivor Guide: Birmingham Central


    The fusion of cultures in Birmingham Central means that it’s not only a vibrant city centre but visitors get a little taste of the best of various ways of life. Restaurants and nightlife are of an excellent standard and well known for their variety. Whereas, in the retail department, shopping in Birmingham Central is second….

    The most dangerous areas to live in London


    London is home to more than 8 million people. Like all major cities, some boroughs are more dangerous than others, with higher levels of crime and an increased risk of being involved in dangerous scenarios, such as assault, robbery, rape and knife crime. Accidents, from road traffic accidents to violent crime, can happen anywhere in….

    Five of the most dangerous junctions in London


    The roads in and around the nation’s capital are unfortunately among some of the most dangerous in the country and there is a severe risk of being involved in a road traffic accident. Those particularly at risk are cyclists and pedestrians. In this article we’ll be having a look at statistically the five most dangerous….

    Survivor Guide: The Peak District during the winter months


    The Peak District is a popular tourist destination all year round. However, as this area is very hilly and quite high above sea level, it can be cold in the winter. Here are our top tips to staying safe whilst visiting the Peak District to avoid a travel accident. Wrap up warm When the temperatures….

    Survivor Guide: Visiting Moscow in the winter months


    At the height of winter, Moscow can reach freezing temperatures of -10 Celsius. So if you are visiting Moscow in the winter months you need to be prepared so that you don’t need to make a travel accident compensation claim. What types of accidents happen whilst visiting Moscow in winter? There are many different accidents….

    What are the worst junctions in Newcastle?


    Newcastle is a busy city located in the North East of England. Like all UK cities it has its accident hot spots where road traffic accidents are more likely to occur. Where are the worst junctions in Newcastle where car accidents are more likely to happen? One of the worst type of junctions in Newcastle….

    Survivor Guide: Southend


    Southend-on-Sea offers a wide range of attractions, a unique shopping experience and hundreds of great places to eat, as well as dazzling night life. With so much to see and do, it is of no great surprise that occasionally, accidents do happen. Staying safe in Southend The vast majority of injuries in Southend, including those….

    Potential accidents in Blackpool


    Built on the Irish Sea coast of England, Blackpool is known for being a great night out for stag dos, hen parties and not to mention the picturesque pier and the ‘old-school’ amusement park that is known for housing the UK’s oldest wooden roller-coaster. While all those sound extremely fascinating and make Blackpool sound like….

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