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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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    Can you claim against your university if you are injured on a trip

    Are you wondering if you can claim against your university if you’re injured on a trip? If so, the good news is yes, you will normally be able to claim if you have been injured on an excursion and your university failed in their duty of care to you. Field trips can be fun as….

    Tips to help with ‘Freshers’ Flu’

    A great many students find themselves dealing with so-called ‘Freshers’ Flu’ in the first week at university. The condition can be very inconvenient, striking at a time when your academic and social calendar is likely to be full. Thankfully, advice is available for those who are already experiencing the dreaded ‘Freshers’ Flu’ as well as those….

    How to deal with exam stress

    Are you looking for tips on how to deal with exam stress? If so, read on. Though it’s normal for students to experience some stress in the run-up to examinations, face too much and you could start to experience serious health problems. If we get too stressed, it becomes hard for us to fulfil our….

    Top 5 items to take when moving to university

    Moving to university is an exciting prospect for students and a worrying thought for their parents. Getting adequately prepared and packing the right necessities goes a long way towards making this a rewarding experience and minimising parents’ fear. Top 5 items to take when moving to university So, what should you pack when moving to….

    Top 5 university accommodation accidents

    Student accommodation accidents can and will happen from time to time. Here are some of the most common university accommodation accidents. Top 5 university accommodation accidents The most common university accommodation accidents by far are slips, trips and falls on wet or cluttered flooring in community bathrooms or hallways. Other common university accommodation accidents include:….

    Who is liable if you get injured whilst playing sports for your university?

    Getting injured whilst playing sports for your university can be an extremely distressing time. As well as the immediate physical pain, there’s the lengthy rehabilitation and fear of missing out on time with friends. Playing sports at university is a tremendously social time. As well as matches and training, there’s the travel to and from….

    Can you claim if you trip on a university campus?

    Thousands of students in the UK attend university. Spending time at university is all about furthering your studies, expanding your knowledge base and learning valuable life lessons. As an institution which provides educational resources, accommodation and learning opportunities for people, a university has a duty to protect its students. If you’ve been injured, for example,….

    Survivor guide: Columbia University

    Like other large educational establishments, Columbia University is frequented by an array of students, teachers and visitors on a daily basis. Busy days at a university mean that occasionally, oversights, bad or even criminal behaviour or mistakes can lead to accidental injuries. Common incidents Slips, trips and falls are among the most common incidents causing….

    Survivor guide: Driving home for the Easter holidays

    The infamous bank holiday traffic is just one of a number of concerns and threats to safety on the road facing motorists at Easter time. For many students heading home for the holidays from university, a long and potentially dangerous drive awaits. Here are some of the key elements to staying safe when driving at….

    Survivor guide: Gap year abroad

    So you’re about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime? Your parents have probably warned you off travelling alone, so the good news is you’re taking along a travel companion. But do be aware, that accidents can still happen. And while it’s unlikely you’ll come to any danger, it’s worth knowing what to do….

    Survivor guide: Having to cook for the first time

    The start of university is a heady mix of excitement and nerves for millions of students up and down the country each and every year. Whilst they are seeking further education and a good time socially, parents are simply wishing for one thing – they stay safe and free from personal injuries. For many new….

    Survivor guide: Campus sports

    Within any campus there are a variety of different sports clubs you can join. From fencing to rugby and football to discus, there is usually something for everyone. But, like any sport, all campus sports come with a risk of injury. Here is our survivors guide to campus sports. Don’t be afraid of trying something new….

    Survivor guide: Mixing studying with campus romance

    Surviving university is less about dodging slips, trips and falls and more about finding the perfect balance of work and play. If you’re lucky enough to meet someone special during your time at university, gauging your availability accurately is the best way to avoid any uni-related accidents. Accidents at university: misjudging your coursework We all….

    Survivor guide: End of year prom

    Imagine you have managed to survive the whole school year with no accidents. Your reputation is still intact as you have successfully avoided slipping up in the cafeteria or falling down the stairs as you are late to lessons for the third time that week (but who can make a 9am Monday morning class on….

    Survivor guide: Handling dissertation stress

    For students, few things get the pulse racing and the palms sweating quite like the looming deadline of the dreaded dissertation. Of course, stressed minds can make rash or miscalculated decisions. In turn, these decisions can result in personal injuries, either through the form of an instant impact such as slips, trips and falls or….

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