Blackpool is a popular seaside resort in the north-west of England, which sees high levels of tourism from the UK all year round. Blackpool is well known for its seaside and famous tower, as well as a pleasure beach, water park and winter gardens. While Blackpool is a fun place to visit, if you have been injured while visiting Blackpool, we offer a Blackpool no win, no fee service which means that you do not need to pay solicitor’s fees upfront should you wish to make a claim for compensation.
Have you been hurt after a pier accident? Fortunately accidents on piers are not overly common but they do happen and on occasions they have been fatal due to their height and because of the sea below. If you or your child was injured following an accident on the pier and you feel the accident could have been avoided had better Health and Safety been followed then we would like to hear from you.
The biggest danger from the pier is the potential to fall and either hit the sand, potentially breaking your bones, or falling into the sea which could result in broken bones or even drowning. Other dangers on the pier include food poisoning, injuries from the arcade or amusement rides. You may have tripped or fallen over on broken boards. If you are not to blame it may be worth seeing if you can make a claim for your injuries.
How to claim
If you accident happened in the last three years and directly resulted in your injury which required you to see a medical professional then we would like to hear from you as you may be able to make a claim for compensation for your injuries. If you don’t believe the accident was your fault we can offer our Blackpool no win, no fee service so you needn’t worry about expensive solicitors’ fees.
Call the experts today
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we can help establish if there is a claim to be made for your accident and if there is we can help with our Blackpool no win, no fee service. We come highly recommended by Dame Esther Rantzen and you may have seen our services already advertised on TV and in newspapers.
Call us today for free on 0800 689 0500 and find out if we can help you make a claim.