Do you need expert legal advice in Ugborough?
When people are on holiday or are taking a long journey, they will often choose to stay in hotels or B&Bs. Whilst coastal areas often have large numbers of hotels in the area, even towns and cities throughout the UK have a large number of places to stay.
As hotels and B&Bs are obviously open to the public, the owners and managers are required to ensure that the building is safe and that people staying there aren’t at risk of injury. If, for example, your room has a balcony, the owners must ensure that it’s safe and secure.
Similarly, the fittings and fixtures must be in working order and not dangerous. If, for example, there were exposed wires in the room or electrical wires near running water, you may want to bring this issue up with the management or find somewhere else to stay.
Whilst most establishments do put customer safety first, you’ll want to ensure that you aren’t at an increased risk of injury simply because of where you’ve chosen to stay.
Although UK legislation may ensure that hotels and B&Bs throughout the UK operate appropriately, the laws and guidelines may be different if you’re holidaying or travelling overseas. Despite this, it may still be possible for you to access expert legal advice in Ugborough and make a compensation claim if you suffer an injury which wasn’t your fault.
When should you contact injury solicitors in Ugborough?
When an injury occurs, some people want to contact injury solicitors in Ugborough or a personal injury law firm as soon as possible. Whilst obtaining medical help must, of course, be your first priority, you are welcome to contact injury solicitors in Ugborough straight after the incident if you choose to.
However, if you don’t feel able to make a claim with injury solicitors in Ugborough immediately after the incident, you won’t miss out on your chance to make a compensation claim altogether. In most instances, injury solicitors in Ugborough will be able to help claimants for up to three years after the injury occurred so you could have plenty of time to make your claim and obtain compensation.
If your injuries occurred some time ago and you’d assumed that you’d left it too late to make a claim, why not contact injury solicitors in Ugborough or a personal injury law firm to find out if they will be able to help you?
If you’d like to find out more about making a claim with expert legal advice in Ugborough but you don’t want to pay costly legal fees, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline? We’d be happy to provide free no obligation advice so it won’t cost you a penny to find out more.
Simply call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to help you to get your compensation claim started.
Date Published: 14th May 2014