Visiting tourist locations is a great day out for all the family. Being able to have a day away from it all is sometimes exactly what you need. Being in a change of scenery can be really relaxing and a breath of fresh air.
However tourist locations are not free from hazards. Although they are popular places to visit it doesn’t mean that they are completely safe. Having an accident at a tourist location could be a Central Bedfordshire Accident Claim.
Hazards at tourist locations
Walking around and taking in all of the scenery and doing all the activities being presented to you you don’t particularly pay much attention to what is going on around you. Every attraction needs power. Those electric cables are trailing across the floor waiting for an unsuspecting visitor to trip over.
High traffic areas like these attractions can also result in wear and tear of footpaths. This could also be the basis of a Central Bedfordshire accident claim if a visitor has an accident as a result of the damaged footpath.
In addition to these other accidents could happen within gift shops or the main attraction itself. If the area is not maintained properly there could be some serious injuries and the claims that go with them.
A Central Bedfordshire accident claim at a tourist location
Making a claim after an accident in a public place is your right. If you are injured through no fault of your own you could claim for compensation to cover any of the relating costs to your injuries.
At the time of the accident it is a good idea to collect some evidence if you can of the scene such as photographs on your mobile phone. Having these pictures of the scene itself could later on prove useful in your Central Bedford accident claim.
If you have been away recently and have been involved in an accident you may be entitled to some compensation. If you have any questions or queries regarding making a claim there is help available. Accident Advice Helpline is a no-win, no-fee service available to anyone who wants to find out more about making a claim for compensation.
We have a team of friendly, experienced advisers who can answer any questions you have and can guide you in the right direction. Call us today for on 0800 689 0500 from a UK landline, or from a mobile phone on 0333 500 0993
Date Published: 14th October 2014