If you have suffered at the hands of a painful, or debilitating, sightseeing injury, you are advised to seek the best possible sightseeing injury advice. At Accident Advice Helpline, we are committed to helping you recover, no matter what – which is why our expert solicitors work on a no win, no fee** basis. We are an established personal injury law firm, with a great reputation, and more than 14 years of experience under our belt.
Can Accident Advice Helpline fight for me?
If you are looking for a personal injury specialist who will treat your case with the utmost care and sensitivity, Accident Advice Helpline is for you – just ask one of our thousands of satisfied clients. If you have had a sightseeing injury, in the last three years, which can be attributed to the negligence of a third party, you may be eligible to make a financial claim for compensation.
What is a sightseeing injury?
A sightseeing accident can take many different forms. In fact, it can relate to almost anything that could plausibly occur, whilst touring the landmarks of a new city or town. This includes road accidents, injuries sustained on organised excursions, and injuries relating to the poor maintenance of landmarks. If you pay to be taken on an organised, or guided, excursion, and are injured because of poor safety guidelines or a distinct lack of guidance, your tour guide may be guilty of a breach of care.
The sightseer can be a vulnerable individual, particularly if they are far away from home and all familiar landmarks. If an accident does occur, physical damage is not the only danger – significant psychological trauma can result from accident or injuries, associated with sightseeing. For example, a tourist may develop a fear of travelling, in the wake of a nasty fall.
Who should I talk to?
If you think that you might be eligible to pursue a claim, or you would like reliable sightseeing injury advice from qualified experts, call our free 24-hour helpline. We will record the details of your accident and injuries, as well as assess any evidence that you may wish to use as support for your compensation case, in the small claims court.
The creation of a strong case is essential, so where possible, do take photographs of your injuries and the site at which they were sustained. If your accident was caused by damaged or poorly-maintained environments or equipment, for example, you are much more likely to be compensated if you can provide clear evidence of neglect or failure on the part of the individual, or authority, responsible for it.
Why should I make a claim?
We understand that sightseeing injuries can have long-lasting, even permanent, effects. This is why we will do everything in our power to cover the cost of your suffering, be it physical or psychological. If you have had to take time off work, as a result of a debilitating sightseeing injury, loss of earnings will be factored into your claim for compensation.
For more help and information on sightseeing injury advice, do not hesitate to call our expert advisers direct today on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: October 19, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident whilst on holiday