Have you been hurt in an accident that was not your own fault? If so then has this accident left you with injuries, pain, suffering and facing extra expenses? If this sounds familiar then it sounds like you need to speak to an injury solicitor in Clydebank at Accident Advice Helpline. All solicitors in this team are fully qualified, highly trained and have a fantastic success rate when it comes to helping people who have suffered as accident victims.
Accident Advice Helpline helps these accident victims by helping them claim cash compensation. Best of all, each and every one of these solicitors will take on your claim on a one hundred per cent no win no fee basis. Are you looking for an injury solicitor in Clydebank to help you with your accident compensation claim? Then read on to find out how Accident Advice Helpline can assist you.
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Accident Advice Helpline has experience in all types of accident claims including water sports accidents such as kayaking. It may not be the most common past time in the UK but it seems more and more British people are beginning to discover and enjoy the experience, especially when away on holiday or during a travelling or back packing experience.
Kayaking can be an amazing and breathe taking experience. Most people who take part are always dying to try it again as soon as it’s over! Careering down rapids at exhilarating speeds can be a huge excitement and a massive adrenaline rush. Unfortunately, kayaking can also be quite a dangerous experience, and is a major source of accidents on holiday and accidents abroad. If you are planning on trying it the next time you are away then please remember to take the appropriate measures in order to prevent accidents.
- Always ensure that you wear adequate safety equipment. Safety equipment and wear should be provided by the organisers. If the organisers do not provide this then please go elsewhere to take part in this water sport. A life jacket is essential when kayaking and should be worn at all times, there are no exceptions.
- Ensure that the kayak is in a good condition and safe to use.
- Remember when abroad health and safety regulations may be extremely lax compared to those at home. Never just assume that something is safe and has been checked and is up to health and safety standards.
- Remember the golden rule from Accident Advice Helpline which is “If in doubt back out” if something or some element of the activity does not seem right then don’t do it. Simply explain you have changed your mind and walk away. It is not worth the risk.
Date Published: 14th November 2014