Do you want to speak to injury lawyers in New Romney because you were injured while enjoying a walk over here and you would now like to seek compensation for these injuries? Lying just around 3 miles from New Romney is Dungeness, the landscape here is just awesome with mile after mile of shingle, making it really wild. There are all kinds of water birds that can be seen here such as bearded tits, bitterns, lapwings, reed-bed birds and red-shanks, to name a few.
Injury lawyers in New Romney needed?
Once a sea port, lying on the edge of Romney Marsh, in Kent, UK, is the small town of New Romney. The high street of New Romney is very historic and there are many small but very interesting shops over here. Lying on the A259, New Romney can very easily be reached by road.
If you were injured while hiking in New Romney, you could get compensated for the injuries that you incurred, under the following conditions:
• You were injured while hiking in New Romney within the past 3 years.
• Some other person was the cause of you getting injured while hiking in New Romney.
• As you were injured while hiking in New Romney, you needed to get medical treatment for the injuries that you received.
How to keep safe while on a hike
• Even though you may have used that trail many times, be sure to carry a map with you, you never know when you could make a wrong turn.
• When your heal pains begins to flare up, it is best to stop and treat it. If you ignore it and continue on your hike, it will get worse.
• Do not hike if your socks are wet as this will lead to you getting skin blisters very fast.
• Learn how to identify Poison Ivy, so that you can stay far away from it.
• Buy the right shoes to help you hike in comfort.
• Depending on the duration of your hike, carry a first aid kit of the right size.
Injury lawyers in New Romney for hiking injury?
Have you been injured while hiking in New Romney? Are you seeking compensation for these injuries? Ring Accident Advice Helpline if you are seeking injury lawyers in New Romney on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 20th December 2013
Author: David Brown