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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

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Perrine Bridge, Idaho

    Selfies are taking the world by storm. As millions of us snap away on our smartphones, it will come as no surprise that a number of selfies have caused slips, trips and falls, as well as other public accidents. While, generally speaking, selfies are harmless – although a little annoying – there are times when….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

    ContentsBe selfie savvy: Avoid public accidentsDangerous selfie spots: Cliffs of Moher, IrelandWho is to blame for your accident in public?According to a recent study undertaken by Psychology Today, the more selfies you take and post onto social media platforms, the less likeable you become among your friends and followers. As the selfie craze takes the….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Swallow’s Nest, Ukraine

    We have become a selfie-obsessed nation. No matter your social media platform of choice, it is unlikely that you will be able to flick through your  news feed without seeing a selfie. While selfies are, on the whole, harmless – albeit the craze somewhat annoying – it is very easy to enter smartphone fog and….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Huntington Ravine, New Hampshire

    As the selfie craze takes over the social media world, the competition to post the most original picture to your timeline continues. While, generally speaking, it is harmless to take selfies, it is essential not to get too distracted and experience an accident in public. Slips, trips and falls, whether you are at home or….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Wales

    ContentsDangerous snaps at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, WalesAccidents in publicAssistance from Accident Advice HelplineSelfies have taken over social media. Whether your platform of choice is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or otherwise, it is unlikely that you will be able to scroll the length of your feed without a selfie striking your eye. While selfies are, on the surface,….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Gozo Cliffs, Malta

    With the recent advent of the selfie stick, it is confirmed that the selfie craze has taken over our social media-mad world. While many people find the fad annoying, selfies are overall relatively harmless, although some hardcore haters would argue otherwise. That being said, selfies do encourage us to switch off from what is immediately going….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Tyrol Platform, Austria

    The selfie is most definitely taking over the social media world. It has become such a familiar concept and such a typical part of everyday life that 2013 saw the addition of selfie to the English dictionary, followed in quick succession by the birth of the selfie stick. While we are all busy getting snap….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Trolltunga, Norway

    Slips, trips and falls occur all over the world, and with the selfie phenomenon more popular than ever, public accidents such as slips and trips are becoming increasingly prevalent. It seems that social media laws require that wherever you are or whatever you are doing, if you haven’t ‘selfied it’ it didn’t happen. Selfie has made….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Golden Rock, Myanmar

    Also known as the Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, the Golden Rock of Mon State, Myanmar, is one of the most famous Buddhist pilgrimage sites in the world. The grand pagoda is built upon a breathtaking gold leaf-adorned boulder, known for its gravity-defying appearance, balancing on the tip of Mount Kyaiktiyo. Such a magnificent site is most definitely….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: CN Tower EdgeWalk, Toronto

    ContentsThe ever-rising popularity of selfiesEnjoying the CN Tower EdgeWalk in complete safetyWhat could go wrong if you take selfies without proper care and attention?Accidents while out in publicHelp is available nowIt takes a brave person to attempt the CN Tower EdgeWalk. The tower can be found in Toronto and is regarded as one of the….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Trift Bridge, Switzerland

    When it comes to posting selfies on social media, the competition to attract the most likes, retweets and whatever else is fierce. This has led to people, especially youngsters, striking poses in increasingly outlandish situations. Whilst this may seem simply to be fun and games, some of the favoured locations for eye-catching selfies pose a….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Cliffs of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast

    Many of the views from Dorset’s dramatic and picturesque Jurassic Coast are, quite simply, breath-taking. With beautiful beaches, jaw-dropping cliffs and sparkling blue seas, they are the perfect setting for pictures of a memorable holiday or day out. Of course, no holiday album is complete without a number of selfie snaps. However, trying to strike….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Mount Huashan Plank Trail, China

    As the latest craze to sweep the internet, selfies have been spreading across various social media like wildfire. From celeb-filled snaps at the Oscars to adrenalin junkies displaying their latest adventures, competition to post the ‘ultimate selfie’ is fierce. Inevitably, this leads to a number of safety concerns, especially the threat of slips, falls and….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Kjeragbolten, Norway

    ContentsAvoiding a fallBase jumping also takes place at KjeragboltenWhat should you do if you have an accident while on holiday abroad?Find out today if you’re able to claim something for injuries sustained on holidayThere are lots of places you could choose to take a selfie in, but some are more dangerous than others. Some might….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: North Yungas Road, Bolivia

    Selfies are the latest craze to sweep the internet. Social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are littered with people posing for pictures. As with all crazes, it wasn’t long before competitive instincts kicked in and users began uploading pictures of their selfies in increasingly outlandish situations. Whilst this can undoubtedly make for a….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Mount Margeriaz, France

    As the latest craze to take the internet by storm, selfies are popping up everywhere you look. Naturally, this has brought out the competitive side in many people as they pose for pictures in increasingly outlandish and dangerous situations. One such place is Mount Margeriaz in France. Located in Savoie and part of the spectacular….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls

    On every smartphone, you are almost guaranteed to find a series of selfies: pictures taken of yourself, by yourself, using the coming-of-age invention of the front-facing camera. Whether you’re meeting someone famous or holidaying in the destination of your dreams, taking a selfie is what most of us want to do. However, as tempting as….

    Most dangerous places to take a selfie: The Grand Canyon

    Majestic and breathtakingly beautiful, the Grand Canyon is a popular destination for ‘selfies’, family vacations, and so on. Visitors do, however, need to be aware of the potential dangers of visiting this spectacular destination. Slips, trips and falls Busy at all times, the Grand Canyon is often the scene of injuries by tripping, slipping or….

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