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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

    How to stay safe at a car festival


    You need to stay safe at a car festival to make sure you make the most of a great day out. The last thing you want is for your memories of the day to be sullied by a car accident or slip, trip or fall. How can I make sure I stay safe at a….

    Top 5 accidents at rural music festivals


    Ever popular, rural music festivals are unfortunately occasionally the scene of accidental injuries. Here are some of the most common accidents at music festivals. Top 5 accidents at rural music festivals The most common accidents at rural music festivals are: Slips, trips and falls Injuries by other individuals Loss of hearing Food poisoning Crushing injuries….

    Most common injuries at a concert


    You don’t have to be in the middle of a crowd to experience one of the common injuries at a concert. In large crowds, there are numerous hazards to health and safety you need to stay aware of. Of course, concerts are about fun. They are a time to enjoy good music with great friends….

    Dangers of drinking alcohol at a festival


    There’s nothing quite like seeing your favourite band live with thousands of other admirers but what’s even better is days on end of your favourite bands at a music festival. These can be terrific fun and a great way to get away with a group of friends. However, there are serious dangers at these festivals,….

    Can you claim if you are hit by a flying object at a festival?


    Whether you can claim if you are hit by a flying object at a festival or not depends partly on the circumstances surrounding any incident. Hit by a flying object at a festival Take, for example, an object that hits you coming from a structure which was poorly constructed or in disrepair. Those responsible for the….

    What to do if you fall ill in a crowd at a festival


    Festivals are, of course, a lot of fun. There are few better ways of spending a few summer days than in a field with some good friends, enjoying some music and the general party atmosphere. Today, there’s a festival for just about every taste and preference. From the head-banging heavy metal of Download to the….

    Why you should always know where the first aid tent is at a festival


    One of the golden rules of festival survival is to always know where the first aid tent is at a festival. Here is why this is such an important rule. Why you should always know where the first aid tent is at a festival Large, excited crowds, alcohol consumption and, thanks to the UK’s somewhat….

    Everything you should take to a festival


    The excitement before going to a festival can be uncontrollable with anticipation of watching your favourite band reaching peak levels. This eagerness can often override any sense of what you should to take to a festival. It is wise to prepare for certain circumstances that could either make your time unpleasant or downright terrible. We at….

    Most common Derby day injuries


    Derby day is a popular event and enjoyed by many. It is a time to socialise, have fun and maybe even make some money on a bet or two. However, like all events, there are certain hazards which can be avoided. What are the most common Derby day injuries? One of the most common Derby….

    Survivor guide: Ibiza


    Whether you’re heading out to Ibiza to lap up the lushness of Party in the Pool from Blue Inc, San Anfoamio at Splash Mountain or the Ibiza Live Boat Party, partying with precaution is essential to dodging avoidable accidents on holiday, in the party capital of Europe. Staying safe in Ibiza One of the best….

    Survivor guide: Visiting Machu Pichu


    When visiting Machu Pichu, tourists should be aware of a few potential risks and how to avoid them. Here are some of the most common risks to look out for: 1. Altitude sickness Spending a couple of days at Cuzco before entering the Machu Pichu trail will help to avoid altitude sickness.  It is also….

    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: North Norfolk


    North Norfolk is a great summer holiday destination; it has plenty of exhibitions, festivals and things to do to keep you and the little ones busy. Avoid slips, trips and falls on the cliffs North Norfolk borders a beautiful coastline which can be a great day out but you need to be careful near the….

    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….

    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: 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….

    Survivor guide: Athens


    Wherever you choose to travel abroad, no matter how cautiously you travel, you are always at risk of sustaining a travel-related illness or injury, which could lead to a travel accident compensation claim. Accidents in Athens Prior to travel, it is essential to read a little about Athens, not only to minimise the risk of….

    Staying safe in New York’s Central Park


    Central Park is an iconic image of New York. It is featured heavily in the TV show Friends and is one of most filmed locations in the world and is a big tourist attraction. However, like all attractions you need to be careful whilst visiting Central Park to avoid a travel accident. What types of….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Hackney


    While slips, trips and falls are common wherever you live or travel to within England, there are some areas of the country that present a higher risk of public accidents than others. This is particularly true of some of the more deprived areas of London, such as Hackney. Spotlight on Hackney The London Borough of….

    Dangerous honeymoon destinations: Thailand


    Home to azure waters, stunning deserted beaches and idyllic islands tucked away from the madding tourist hot spots, it’s no wonder that Thailand is a popular honeymoon destination; however, there are risks involved in travelling to Thailand so it’s best to be aware of these before you go, to try and avoid travel accidents and….

    The Amazon Rainforest and diseases I can catch


    Covering more than 2 million square metres, the Amazon Rainforest is a natural gem, which has been attracting intrepid visitors for decades. While tourists are likely to enjoy a once in a lifetime experience in the stunning mystical rainforests of the Amazon, there are significant dangers lurking in this part of the world and it’s….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Brixton


    Brixton is one of the better known parts of London. It lies south of the River Thames, with Battersea a short distance to the west, Vauxhall to the north and Dulwich Village to the east. Big Ben lies almost directly north of it too, beyond Vauxhall. The area has a long history, referenced as Brixges….

    Being safe on Brisbane’s busway


    Brisbane’s Busway features over 25 km (15.53 miles) of busways with over 20 stations along the way. With buses carrying in excess of 70 million passengers every year, it is no surprise that every now and then mishaps, resulting in personal injuries, do occur. Busway bullies While crime is considered to be a somewhat minor….

    Survivor guide: San Sebastian


    The municipality and coastal city of San Sebastian is located in the Bay of Biscay, approximately 12 miles (20 km) off the French border. It is one of Spain’s most renowned tourist destinations and, not surprisingly, its main economic activities consist of tourism and commerce. In spite of its popularity and the general safety tourists….

    Survivor guide: The Bernabeu


    When considering a city break, tourists usually want to make the most of their destination of choice, visiting popular attractions and landmarks. With plenty of exploring and walking on the cards, it is essential to read up on the places you intend to visit prior to travel, to avoid any preventable accidents abroad that could….

    Survivor guide: Hong Kong’s bar street


    In the centre of Hong Kong, Lan Kwai Fong is known for it’s night life and dining options. It is located between D’Aguilar Street and Wyndham Street, close to the financial centre of Hong Kong with many foreign embassies, government offices, multinational companies and other office buildings nearby. The employees there can often be found….

    Staying safe on Sydney’s train network


    Sydney’s train network is an integral transport service for all tourists or visitors to arguably Australia’s busiest city. As one of the most hectic train networks in the world, over 280 million people use the system every year, it causes a consistent, bustling throng of commuters and holidaymakers alike. Due to the commotion and volume….

    Most common injury claims from holidays to Australia


    Australia is a popular holiday destination for British tourists of all ages and while many return with happy memories of an incredible trip, some are faced with the difficulty of recovering from a holiday nightmare. If you’ve been injured in travel accidents and you wish to claim compensation, Accident Advice Helpline could help to secure….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Westminster


    According to a report, Westminster has 6,840 reported crimes per square kilometre every year. This means the borough has not only the highest crime rate in London, but in the whole of the UK. Considering the number of commuters and tourists visiting Westminster on a daily basis, it becomes clear that these crime rates are….

    Staying safe on a night out in Penzance


    The most westerly major town of Cornwall, Penzance is a civil parish and port, and the base for some very civilised nights on the tiles. Yet, wherever you choose to have a night out with the lads, or the girls, there is always a risk of experiencing alcohol-related accidents, which can lead to myriad illness….

    Britain’s most dangerous hiking trails


    Britain is renowned for its hiking trails whether you are walking through forest, fields or even up a mountain. Each trail carries some kind of risk of injury especially from slips, trip and falls. However some trails in Britain are more dangerous than others. What types of trails are more renowned for slip, trip and….

    Survivor guide: Cliffs of Moher


    The Cliffs of Moher are an impressive attraction located in County Clare in  Ireland. They are a great place to visit as the views from the cliffs are vast and stunning. However, like all cliffs you have to be careful whilst you are on holiday to avoid any travel accidents. What types of travel accidents….

    Staying safe on a trip to Prague


    Just like other major cities around the world, Prague has its fair share of accidents and, sadly, crime, with pickpocketing, car break-ins and car-thefts being the most common reported incidents, although muggings and robberies are also occasionally reported in certain areas of the city. Pickpockets Here are a few hints on preventing having your belongings….

    Staying safe on a night out in Brighton


    Brighton boasts one of Britain’s most interesting and varied nights out with different things to do every night and with the party often lasting until the morning. While there are cinemas, theatres and comedy clubs available which have limited risk associated if you are heading to one of the many pubs or bars then there….

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