Just over 1,400 people call Coltishall home – a village in Norfolk, home of the Norfolk Broads. It is a charming area, notable for its church, and its position on the River Bure. River-based holidays are popular here, thanks to the Broads, and many people visit the area each year. It is nice to explore the Norfolk Broads and to delve into the history of Coltishall, which existed since before the Domesday Book was created. With all this in mind, you’d think there would be little reason to consult injury lawyers in Coltishall.
You would be correct, too, as few people here are caught up in accidents. This applies to tourists as well as residents. Most people who visit have a great time and nothing amiss tends to happen. This isn’t always true, though.
How often do tourists suffer accidents?
When you book a holiday in the UK, it’s reasonable to expect to have a great time. You certainly wouldn’t expect to fall ill or have an accident while you were enjoying yourself. Yet something like this can happen at any time – regardless of whether you’re on holiday or not.
The Norfolk Broads attract many visitors each year, and for good reason. With several rivers that can be easily navigated, and many areas for people to enjoy walks and do some general sightseeing, this is indeed a great natural area to explore. For the most part, everyone has a great time and returns home with great memories. It is uncommon for accidents to happen – much less if those accidents are due to negligence on the part of a tourist attraction, or an uneven boardwalk or pavement, for example.
Are you considering making a personal injury claim?
Any injury can leave you unable to get on with your daily life for a period of time. Injury lawyers in Coltishall can help assess potential claims resulting from accidents experienced by people on holiday in the area, as well as those who live locally.
However, it would be much easier if you called Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500. You don’t just benefit from the free phone call, you can also enjoy free initial legal advice regarding your case. If we can support you through the process of making a claim, we will be happy to do so. You’ll always be able to rely on our support and advice.
Date Published: 17th November 2013
Author: David Brown