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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

    Slips by the side of a hotel pool


    At Accident Advice Helpline, we have a great deal of experience when it comes to helping people get compensation for slips by the side of a hotel pool and similar accidents. We have been getting compensation on behalf of our clients since 2000 and are waiting to hear from you if you have had an….

    Most common accidents whilst staying in a hotel


    Whether you have chosen to holiday abroad or in the UK this year, one of the last things that you consider when booking your jaunt is potential accidents whilst staying in a hotel. While a travel accident compensation claim is the last thing that you want to deal with when you get home, various holiday….

    If I suffer an injury at my hotel, is the hotel liable?


    You may have heard that travel accident compensation claims lie within murky waters, difficult to translate into a successful case. To some degree this is a true observation; due to differences in legal systems across the world, establishing liability and language barriers, claiming travel accident compensation can be a lengthy and expensive process. Simplifying the….

    Survivor guide: Times Square


    Whenever you explore somewhere new, it is advisable to be attentive to avoid the risk of experiencing slips, trips and falls, which can cause holiday-related injuries. That being said, it is easy to get sucked into the hustle and bustle of New York and be carried away without a care for anything other than exploring….

    First time traveller? Tips to ensure you’re well prepared


    Travelling for the first time can be a daunting prospect. Tiring and often confusing, as a first time traveller, flying in particular can leave you worried, especially when your journey takes you abroad. Here are a few tips that should help the first time traveller in preparing for their first jaunt across seas.. Pre-travel preparations….

    Five risky activities on a boozy lads holiday abroad


    Typically, there are few simple elements needed for a lads holiday abroad; drinking in the sun, attempting to meet females and acting irresponsibly. But what if things go wrong? This leads to a high risk of physical injury from road accidents, swimming accidents and the like. If you have been injured while abroad in the last….

    What are UK hoteliers liable for during visitor stays?


    Hoteliers in the UK have a duty of care towards their guests. This means they are responsible for their guests’ health and safety throughout their stay. Should they breach their duty of care by not preventing hotel accidents or maintaining adequate food and hygiene standards, visitors can hold UK hoteliers liable for any health problems they….

    Five far-fetched but possible hotel accidents


    A hotel break should be the perfect way to get away from it all, but we at Accident Advice Helpline know all too well that an accident can occur at any time and in any place. Hotel accidents In 15 years of dealing with all areas of personal injury compensation, we’ve seen our fair share….

    Is my accident risk reduced by staying in a five-star hotel?


    A five-star hotel should be the epitome of luxury and relaxation and it should logically follow that the stellar standards strived toward would mean that we should have a reduced risk of an accident. Is that the case though? What kind of accidents can occur in a hotel? The unfortunate thing is that accidents can….

    Five sources of an electric shock in a hotel


    Hotels should be the epitome of relaxation and luxury. Whether it’s for that well-deserved weekend getaway with that special someone in your life or an important business trip, we should at least expect to feel safe in a hotel and in the vast majority of cases we are. However, having dealt with accidents in all….

    Can carbon monoxide poisoning occur in hotels?


    Often hailed as a silent killer, carbon monoxide poisoning poses a threat to many of us without us even knowing. If you’re checking into a hotel, you expect to enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep in a safe and secure place, but what happens if your stay isn’t up to standard, you develop symptoms of carbon….

    What hotel accident evidence can I collect on my iPhone?


    If your dream holiday turns into a nightmare because of a hotel accident, you may wish to consider claiming travel accident compensation. Everyone has the right to stay in a safe, secure place when they book a hotel and if you feel like this has been contravened, Accident Advice Helpline could help to ease your….

    Should the language barrier affect my hotel claim abroad?


    Sadly, accidents usually happen when you least expect them and if you’re abroad, they can be even more traumatic. If you’ve been involved in an accident abroad or you’ve suffered illness while on holiday and you weren’t to blame, Accident Advice Helpline can help you to claim travel accident compensation. Travel accidents Whether you’re travelling….

    What evidence do I need to prove my hotel claim?


    If you’ve had an accident at a hotel or you’ve experienced slips, trips or falls in any public place and you were injured through no fault of your own, you should be able to claim compensation. Whether you were staying at a hotel in the UK or abroad, the expert lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline….

    What happens when a hotel breaches its duty of care?


    Whether you’re enjoying a romantic escape, a family holiday or you’re staying overnight before a meeting, you have the right to expect certain standards when you book a hotel room. Hotel owners and duty managers have a duty to ensure all guests are safe from airborne illnesses, accidents, slips, trips and falls and food poisoning…..

    Are hotel employees likely to face different accidents to guests?


    In many lines of employment, the employees are more exposed to specific types of accidents in their workplace than their customers or guests. As a law firm who can boast years of experience in all areas of personal injury compensation, including public liability claims and industrial injury compensation, we are experts at identifying the risks….

    5 slip and trip hazards within the hotel restaurant


    Slip or trip injuries in hotel restaurants can be the result of a variety of different hazards. Here are some of the most common trip and slip hazards likely to cause personal injuries in this type of environment. Injuries by slipping Slip injuries are usually the result of insufficient traction/friction between walking surfaces and footwear…..

    No wet floor signs present at your hotel despite a spillage?


    It’s important that potential hazards for a slip, trip or fall be clearly signposted and visible. At Accident Advice Helpline, our years of experience in all areas of personal injury compensation has allowed us to become expert when it comes to exposing risks and poor health and safety policies. In this article, we take a look….

    5 slip and trip hazards within the hotel car park


    Hotels are often at their busiest during the peak seasons which is mainly in the summers and during school holidays such as Easter and Christmas. During these times hotels are a hive of activity with visitors checking in and checking out and coming and going at all times of the day. Due to this, accidents….

    The importance of taking photographs of your defective hotel room


    After a long flight, there really is nothing better than getting to the luxury of your hotel room, running a bath and climbing into bed. But sometimes, hotel rooms do not live up to expectations, and sometimes, tourists and visitors are unfortunate enough to be allocated a defective hotel room with no chance to relocate…..

    No sign of a lifeguard at your hotel swimming pool abroad?


    Many hotels around the world operate swimming pools, but unfortunately, few of them actually bother to employ lifeguards. To prevent potentially serious, even life threatening, personal injuries, it is vital to follow a few simple safety rules around hotel swimming pools without life guards. Preventing pool accidents Supervising children near/in pools at all times is….

    How safe are one-star hotels to stay in?


    Hotel star ratings are awarded based on a variety factors including facilities and services offered. While a lower star rating may suggest that services provided are not as luxurious as those of a high star hotel, the safety of visitors should not be affected, as health and safety rules and regulations apply to all establishments…..

    5 sure signs that my hotel room isn’t up to scratch


    Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, finding the right hotel room can make or break your trip. The best rooms offer comfort, relaxation and a safe haven from which to base your activities. The worst provide no such thing and can even cause personal injuries and be bad for your health. At best,….

    Burnt by the kettle in your hotel room?


    Whether you are travelling in the UK or abroad, the last thing on your mind as you embark on your adventure is whether or not you will be needing to claim travel accident compensation. In most cases, holidaying is streamlined for those who are lucky enough to enjoy the glory of backpacking and jet-setting. However,….

    Who do I approach in the event of a hotel accident?


    Accidents in hotels can and will happen occasionally, and it is helpful to know who to go to for help. Reporting a hotel accident Hotel guests injured by slips, falls or trips; through faulty equipment in their rooms or by food or beverages that are too hot, for example, should contact the responsible member of….

    5 potential accidents in hotels on the Las Vegas strip


    Taking a break in the glittering world of Las Vegas strip is a dream-come-true for many. It is, however, important to remember that here, too, accidents can happen. Slip injuries Injuries by slipping are among the most common injuries to guests at Las Vegas strip hotels. This includes slips on the wet surfaces around hotel….

    How much attention should I pay to hotel review sites prior to my trip?


    The advent of commercial flights has made the world smaller and holidays to places all over the globe more affordable and accessible for millions of people. The hotel market has become crowded with towns and establishments desperate for the lucrative tourist income. Any hotel will claim that they offer the best service, accommodation, facilities and….

    Jumping from hotel balconies: It’s not big or clever


    When on holiday tourists often try out new activities that they would not have tried in their home country as often they have at the attitude “I am on holiday, why not?” but not all new activities are a good idea. One thing that could seem like a good idea at the time but could….

    The hotel lobby: A prime spot for slips, trips and falls?


    Whether you are travelling on business or for pleasure, nothing can hinder your travels quite like a holiday accident or illness. With slips, trips and falls standing as a leading cause of compensation claims, be aware of the hazards and prevent the avoidable while away. Slips, trips and falls in hotel lobbies Hotel lobbies are….

    The dangers of transparent glass upon balcony doors


    As a law firm with over 15 years’ experience in all areas of personal injury claims including travel accident compensation, Accident Advice Helpline is expert at recognising dangers and potential sources of injury. In this article, we take a closer look at the dangers of transparent glass upon balcony doors. What are the dangers of….

    Is my accident risk related to my hotels star rating?


    Hotel star ratings are generally regarded as a way for potential guests to determine the quality of a hotel. Unfortunately, the basis on which these ratings are awarded can vary significantly between countries, even between neighbouring cities. What’s more, not all countries agree on what should be the highest possible rating. In Europe, for example,….

    Where are accidents most likely to occur in a hotel?


    As a working environment, a hotel can be bustling, challenging and require a varied skill set. Organisation, diplomacy and enthusiasm are all required, as is a keen eye for health and safety. After all, the likelihood of workplace accidents and injuries occurring is greatly increased if everyone is not on the ball safety-wise, particularly in….

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