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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

    Survivor Guide: Walking the South Downs Way


    The South Downs Way is an area of stunning natural beauty, with some of the finest countryside between Winchester and the white chalk cliffs of Eastbourne. That’s why it attracts so many nature enthusiasts, hikers and adventurers. If you’re planning on walking the South Downs Way and you’re eager to avoid slips, trips and falls….

    Survivor Guide: A stopover in Singapore


    On a long haul flight you may find that you have a stopover in a different city to break up the journey and to change flights. One popular stopover for airlines is Singapore. Here is our guide to staying safe and avoiding a travel accident whilst on a stopover in Singapore. Keep your belongings with….

    Survivor Guide: Hiking in Surrey


    Surrey features acres and acres of open country side so it can be a popular place to go hiking. Here is our tips to stay safe whilst hiking in Surrey to avoid a slip, trip or fall. Dress for the weather to avoid a slip, trip or fall Before you head out, check the weather….

    Survivor Guide: Visiting the Pyramids of Giza


    Situated just outside Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, the Great Pyramids of Giza are a popular destination for tourists and an opportunity to see one of the last remaining wonders of the ancient world. Visiting the Pyramids of Giza When visiting the Pyramids of Giza or other ancient Egyptian sites, you are likely to do lots….

    Survivor guide: Vatican City


    Rome is one of the most popular city-break destinations and no trip to the Italian capital is complete without a visit to Vatican City. If you’re planning a romantic getaway to Rome or you’re travelling for business, here are some tips to help you stay safe and avoid travel accidents. Staying safe in Vatican City….

    Survivor guide: Taking the Paris Metro


    When in Paris, one of the cheapest and easiest ways of travelling round the city is taking the Paris Metro. However, to avoid a travel accident there are certain things you can do. Plan ahead and be prepared to help prevent a travel injury Before setting off on your journey ensure you know what line….

    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….

    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….

    Survivor Guide: Driving in Paris


    Paris is one of the most extraordinary cities in the world and tourists flock in their millions to the French capital to absorb the serene culture, the breath-taking architecture and to sample the legendary French cuisine. Whilst Paris itself may be high on your to-do list, driving in Paris probably won’t be. Paris is one….

    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….

    The most dangerous suburbs in Glasgow


    Like all cities, Glasgow has some suburbs which are more dangerous than others. Statistically, you are more likely to encounter crime in some areas, but it is wise to be alert wherever you are, as accidents can happen at any time. Whether you’re driving in Glasgow city centre and you’re eager to avoid road traffic….

    Survivor Guide: Brixton


    From Brixton Village, Market Row and Brockwell Park to the Ritzy Cinema, historic and religious sites, as well as pubs, clubs and restaurants, Brixton has it all. Add to this an event calendar packed with stand-up comedy shows, circuses and a plethora of concerts and it becomes clear why this South London district is such….

    Survivor Guide: Holidaying in Dorset


    Dorset offers a superb choice of charms to explore and experience. Boasting the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site with stunning bays, jutting cliffs and beaches to attract the most avid of fossil hunters, this gem of Southwest England is a popular tourist destination. By following this handy survivor guide, you can keep safe and….

    Survivor Guide: Driving in Cornwall


    Outstanding, rugged natural beauty and a wealth of indoor and outdoor, water- and land-based attractions and activities combine to make Cornwall an extremely popular holiday destination. Cornish roads are subsequently notorious for hold-ups and motoring accidents. Here are a few tips designed to help you survive driving in Cornwall without serious personal injuries. Driving in….

    Survivor guide: Surfing in Bali


    A tropical island retreat with some of the world’s most stunning beaches, Bali is a surfer’s paradise. If you’re lucky enough to be planning your next holiday and you’re off surfing in Bali, here are some safety suggestions to reduce the risk of travel accidents and holiday injuries. Staying safe when surfing in Bali Bali….

    Survivor guide: A Prague stag do


    Prague is one of the most common stag do destinations, but how can you stay safe while also ensuring the stag has the time of their life? Here are some simple tips to reduce your risk of travel accidents and ensure you remember your trip for all the right reasons. Staying safe whilst on a….

    Survivor Guide: Potential hazards in the Lake District


    When you venture out into the Lakes, you do so expecting a rejuvenating sojourn peppered with relaxing walks across lush, striking landscapes. Yet, as with everything in life, your journey isn’t without hazards in the Lake District. No one likes to put a dampener on your getaway, but it is important to make yourself aware….

    Survivor guide: Holidaying on the Isle of Wight


    Home to Cowes Week, Osborne House, the Needles, the Isle of Wight Festival and some of the UK’s most fabulous beaches, the Isle of Wight is a popular holiday destination. If you fancy hopping over the waves to this island retreat and you’re eager to steer clear of accidents, such as slips, trips or falls,….

    Survivor Guide: Skiing in France


    In winter months a popular holiday destination is France, and in particular its slopes. Skiers and snowboarders flock to the snowy mountains for adrenaline-fuelled fun. Here are some tips on how to avoid having to make a travel accident compensation claim. Travel in packs When you hit the slopes and go skiing in France, always….

    Survivor Guide: A night out in Newcastle


    Newcastle can be a great place for a night out. Whether it’s your birthday, hen/stag do or you just want some fun, there is something for everyone and all tastes. Here is our guide on how to stay safe whilst on a night out in Newcastle. Stay in a group to avoid an accident claim….

    Survivor Guide: The White Cliffs of Dover


    Looking majestically over the Straits of Dover and France, the White Cliffs of Dover are one of the most celebrated of British landmarks. Inspiring music, poetry and art, the postcard-perfect chalky landscape is now home to a sustainable National Trust visitor centre, making it a popular destination for culture vultures from across the globe. Despite….

    Survivor guide: Staying safe in Dubai


    In the last decade, Dubai has emerged as a major tourist destination, and thousands of Brits visit this exotic location each year. With year-round sunshine, luxury hotels and opulent shopping malls bursting with designer labels, it’s no wonder Dubai is an increasingly popular spot for tourists. If you’re planning a winter break or looking forward….

    Survivor guide: Moreton Island, Australia


    Nestled just off the coast of Brisbane and surrounded by turquoise waters, Moreton Island is a perennial favourite with Australians and tourists alike. A peaceful haven with no cars and endless panoramic views to enjoy, this is truly a paradise island, which offers you the chance to be as active or lazy as you wish…..

    Survivor guide: North Stradbroke Island, Australia


    Whether you’re heading down under to work, see the sights or enjoy the adventure of a lifetime, the last thing you want is to be involved in a travel accident. Australia boasts countless beauty spots, geographical wonders and amazing attractions and you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to drawing up your itinerary. If….

    Survivor Guide: London City on New Year’s Eve


    In the last number of years, London City on New Year’s Eve has seen a phenomenal increase in tourism, due in part to the dazzling displays of pyrotechnics and the eclectic party atmosphere. The fireworks displays are amongst some of the most renowned displays around the world. In fact it’s so popular that the event….

    Survivor guide: Edinburgh Festival


    Every year, thousands of people descend on the city of Edinburgh to enjoy the world-famous Edinburgh Festival. If you’re busily planning your 2016 trip, it’s worth bearing in mind some safety pointers in order to reduce your risk of accidents in a public place, such as slips, trips and falls, and ensure you remain injury-free….

    Survivor Guide: Skiing in Switzerland at Christmas


    There’s a chill in the air, the nights are drawing in and soon, it will be time to put the tree up and light the Advent candle: Christmas is coming! If you’re planning a winter holiday and you’re hitting the slopes this festive period, here are some top tips to help you prevent travel accidents….

    Survivor Guide: Using the bus network in Kenya


    The bus network in Kenya (both short and long distance) is serviced by an array of more or less reputable coach and minibus companies. Reputable companies typically run well-maintained, comfortable buses (which are definitely preferable for long distance travel), but some of the smaller services (in particular the so-called matatus, privately run minibuses designed to carry….

    Survivor guide: Sugarloaf Mountain


    Wherever you venture on holiday, you are always at risk of experiencing accidents abroad that could potentially form the basis of a travel accident compensation claim. Before you travel, be it to Brazil or any other destination, it is important to read up on health and safety information regarding the area to minimise the risk….

    Survivor guide: Beijing’s Bar Street


    Famed for its trendy bar culture and high end shops, Beijing’s Bar Street is a tourist hot spot, which offers the perfect setting for a cosmopolitan cocktail after a long day of sightseeing. If you’re travelling to China and you plan to stop off in Beijing to sample the culture, shop until you drop and….

    Summer vacation guide: Isles of Scilly


    No matter the level of caution or vigilance you adopt when travelling in and outside the UK, there is always a risk of experiencing an accident on holiday, which could potentially form the foundations of a travel accident compensation claim. The best way to minimise the risk of sustaining holiday-related illness and injury is to….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Dalston


    Dalston has a population of 7,659 people. It has two train stations and Hackney Central isn’t far away to the east of Dalston, either, so transport links are good. The area is patrolled by the Metropolitan Police Service. Their website confirms 228 separate crimes were reported to police in November 2016. The police are very….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Newham


    In 2015, Newham was estimated to have a population of around 332,800 people. The Greater London Authority determined this to rise to around 338,600 people. The area was once known as one of the most deprived areas in England, but it has now dropped out of the top 20 in this category, which is excellent….

    Survivor guide: Holidaying in West Yorkshire


    From museums, theme parks and water parks, swimming pools, soft play and indoor play centres to petting farms, zoos, wildlife parks, horse riding, aquariums and castles; from steam railways, ceramic cafés, pottery making, ice and roller skating rinks, climbing walls, karting tracks and snow domes to indoor and dry ski slopes, ten pin bowling alleys,….

    Survivor guide: The Pyramids of Giza


    Wherever you venture to abroad, there is always a chance that you will experience an accident on holiday, that could lead to a claim for travel accident compensation. Minimise the risk of accidents and illness abroad by reading up a little about the areas you intend on travelling to, taking a particular note of any….

    Survivor guide: Catching a train in India


    Travelling by train can be a daunting prospect for tourists in India, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll soon realise that it’s a cheap and easy way of getting around. If you’re eager to see the best India has to offer as part of a once in lifetime trip, here are some….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Whitechapel


    Think of Whitechapel and the first thing to come to mind will probably be Jack the Ripper. Even though his crimes occurred in 1888, he is still well known in the annals of crime. This is mostly due to the fact he was never caught, and no one can be certain of who he was…..

    Is Vietnam a safe destination to travel to?


    A popular stop-off on the well-trodden traveller routes of Southeast Asia, Vietnam is an intriguing and enthralling place, which boasts everything from peaceful ancient temples to buzzing cities. If you’re planning a trip abroad or you’re wondering about including Vietnam in your round the world itinerary, here is some information, which may help you to….

    Survivor guide: Nice


    Wherever you venture on holiday, you are always at risk of experiencing an accident abroad, which could lead to a travel accident compensation claim. Accidents in Nice Regardless of your choice of destination, prior to departure, it is always wise to read up on information about the area you intend to travel to, to ensure….

    What diseases can I catch when going to Central America?


    A trip to Central America can be the trip of a lifetime but it is worth being aware of the tropical diseases which are present in the area so that you can take the best precautionary measures and avoid having to make a claim for travel accident compensation. Malaria There is no vaccination against malaria….

    Survivor guide: Driving on the right hand side of the road


    Travelling to foreign countries presents British drivers with the challenge of having to drive on the right hand side of the road. This may not only be disconcerting, it can also lead to potentially serious motoring accidents if drivers ‘forget’ to stay on the right. Following the tips below should help to survive your trip….

    Survivor guide: Northumberland


    Home to rolling hills, quaint towns, historic churches and deserted beaches, Northumberland is a jewel in the crown of North East England. A popular holiday destination for visitors from abroad, as well as other parts of the UK, Northumberland is a great place to enjoy a family holiday, a romantic escape or an action-packed adventure….

    Survivor guide: Skiing in Lyon


    Every year, thousands of people flock to France to take advantage of the pristine powdery ski slopes. Whether you’re a seasoned skier or an excited novice, it’s important to realise the potential risks involved with this high speed sport. If you’re travelling to Lyon to hit the slopes, here is a brief guide to help….

    Staying safe on a Melbourne tram


    For most visitors to Melbourne, a trip on a Melbourne tram is a not-to-be-missed part of their visit. Just like any other public transport network, the Melbourne tram network is occasionally the scene of slips, trips and falls and other accidents. Here are a few things you should remember when travelling on the network. Waiting….

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