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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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    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Beach at Barra International Airport, Scotland

    When it comes to beach holidays, it is fair to say that Scotland and the Outer Hebrides do not immediately spring to mind as an obvious destination. However, this tiny collection of islands boasts some uniquely beautiful locations that can make for an unforgettable holiday. One such place is the Traigh Mhor Bay on the….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Hanakapiai Beach, Hawaii

    When it comes to going on holiday, few places capture the imagination quite like Hawaii. With picture-perfect beaches and fun-loving locals, a few weeks on one of the idyllic islands that make up this uniquely beautiful state represents the ultimate holiday. As is so often the case with places of outstanding and remarkable natural beauty,….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Beach at Gustaf III Airport, Saint Barthélemy

    When it comes to accidents and injuries on holiday arising from sunburn and related issues from spending too much time out in the sunshine, being involved in a plane crash doesn’t exactly immediately spring to mind. For sun-worshippers at the Beach at Gustaf III Airport, Saint Barthélemy, this can be a very real danger. A….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Praia de Boa Viegem, Brazil

    When on holiday, whether you are soaking up the sun, whizzing down the slopes or partying the night away, health and safety probably couldn’t be further from your mind. However, taking just a little extra care and attention can go a long way to avoiding your holiday being marred by accidents abroad. It seems that,….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Beaches of Gandhi in South Africa

    When on holiday the last thing you want is to have an accident and have to make a travel compensation claim. Unfortunately travel accidents sometimes do happen and depending on where you travel to will vary the likelihood of having to make a travel accident compensation claim. Sunbathing is something that most tourists do when….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: New Smyrna Beach, Florida

    Although sunbathing can be a relaxing activity, enjoying the glorious sunshine and getting a nice tan, it can also be quite dangerous. Although Vitamin D from sunlight is extremely beneficial to our health, it is important to be take measures to protect yourself against the harmful UV rays which can cause skin cancer, as well….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Dune, Heligoland, Germany

    Heligoland, or Helgoland, is the only high sea island off the German North Sea coast. Featuring a pleasant, Gulf Stream-supported climate, the island is famous for its clean, fresh air and low pollen count. Dune Beach is one of the island’s most popular sunbathing spots, and other attractions include a large diversity of unique flora….

    Most dangerous sunbathing spots: Maho Beach, Saint Martin

    Maho Beach on Saint Martin is a popular tourist destination. Spectacular tropical scenery, sandy beaches and clear waters make a perfect combination for exotic holidays. This particular area does, however, carry some serious risks of accidental injuries. Slips, trips and falls In addition to the risk of tourists being injured by tripping, slipping or falling….

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