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Survivor guide: Visiting the Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the free standing bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa, located in Northern Italy. It is famous worldwide due to the fact the tower is slightly leaning, thus its name. If you are thinking about visiting this wonderful monument, then read on to find out how to avoid accidents in, particular slips, trips and falls.

Avoid the crowds to minimise a slip, trip or fall claim at the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Like most famous monuments one thing it is difficult to do is to avoid large crowds. However, if you aim to go during the off peak season the crowds will reduce quite a bit. But, if you do go whilst it is very busy, always be on the lookout so you don’t have a nasty slip trip or fall injury by walking into or colliding with something or someone. Also make sure you keep your belongings close to you at all times, as thieves will be on the prowl for any unsuspecting tourist.

Know where you are going to avoid a slip, trip or fall injury claim at the Leaning Tower of Pisa

It is always a good idea to plan your route before you leave in order to avoid getting lost. If you know where you are going then you won’t be distracted constantly looking at a map and you are less likely to have a trip or fall injury by not looking where you are going. This will also make your day a lot more enjoyable and injury claim free.

But, if you do have an accident whilst on holiday, or at home, which wasn’t your fault, then you may be able to make a trip claim. Speak to Accident Advice Helpline to find out how.

Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm aimed at helping its clients get the best results. The process is made as easy and stress free as possible, and many clients settle their claim without having to attend court. To find out if you could be eligible to claim compensation take the 30-second test™, or speak to someone through the 24/7 helpline, as many claims can be processed over the phone.