Why Use Any Injury Lawyer Kentish Town Has? Use AAH Instead
Any injury lawyer Kentish Town has will no doubt be familiar with St Pancras Public Baths. The baths are in actual fact housed in the largest municipal building in this small part of northern Greater London. It’s not that they are any more accident prone than any swimming pool anywhere else in the country, but the fact of the matter is that any public baths do contain hazards to health. To be fair, almost anything you do can be associated with a health hazard. You can’t afford to worry about it too much otherwise you’d never leave home. However, in the unlikely event that you do sustain an injury, just bear in mind that you may have a right to compensation.
Water is Dangerous Stuff
The presence of water on the walking surfaces around any swimming pool multiplies the chances of slips that can lead to falls. Then there is the danger of people leaving things around that can cause trips, and of course the ever present danger of chlorine, which if not carefully controlled, can cause skin complaints, and injuries to the eyes.
But if you did sustain an injury at St Pancras public baths, what would be the point of bothering to hire an injury lawyer Kentish Town itself has? First of all, finding anything in London is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Then there’s the problem of parking. Parking meters on the street are so expensive, and public car parks are not cheap either. There’s also the worry of knowing how long you’re going to be. If your ticket expires you could be in for a hefty fine. No, it’s much easier to use a claim service that you can find on the Internet, such as ours here at Accident Advice Helpline (AAH).
The Benefits of Using Accident Advice Helpline as Your Injury Lawyer in Kentish Town
AAH handles thousands of enquiries each and every week, including injuries that have taken place at swimming pools, be they public baths on good old terra firma, or floating swimming pools on board a cruise liner. Types of injuries include, but are not limited to:
- Slips, trips and falls
- Skin and/or eye injuries because of chlorine
- Injuries caused through non-presence of a lifeguard
- Injuries caused because a lifeguard wasn’t sufficiently trained
- Injuries due to defective equipment, including diving boards
Accident Advice Helpline comes highly recommended – by no less a person than Esther Rantzen, the well known consumer crusader. Our website is both state-of-the-art, and very user-friendly. Try out our HOW MUCH calculator which, within 30 seconds of completing the six pieces of information it asks you for, will tell you how much your injury claim could be worth. We have a no win, no fee* policy, and any advice we offer is free of charge and without obligation. To find out more, visit our website, or call 0800 689 0500 from your landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 1st October 2013
Author: David Brown