Torbay is part of the English Riviera and encompasses Torquay, Paignton and Brixham all of which attract plenty of tourists in the summer months. The sandy beaches, good climate and quaint fishing harbours makes this one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United Kingdom. There are plenty of tourist attractions and leisure activities to keep the whole family occupied.
One of the most popular forms of accommodation in the area is the caravan and camping sites, where people bring their own tents or caravans and set up their own home from home. There are also larger sites of static caravans that can be hired; these sites are well managed and any of the injury solicitors of Torbay will confirm that they are safe and well run.
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One of the best ways of accessing the area is to take public transport. There are three railway stations in the area all of which have links to nearby attractions. The Paignton Railway Station for instance links to the Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company that operates the Dart ferry to Dartmouth.
The region lacks a direct motorway link and access is by single carriageway after Newton Abbott. These roads become heavily congested in summer months and although the roads are currently being widened, it is probably the road traffic accidents in the region that create the biggest number of cases for the injury solicitors of Torbay.
If you are staying at a local camping or caravan site then you should pay close attention to the health and safety notices displayed around the site particularly those relating to fires and the use of equipment.This way should you fall foul of an accident and need the services of one of the injury solicitors of Torbay you will not have been in breach of any of the conditions relating to your stay.Open Claim Calculator
Injury solicitors of Torbay – Can I make a claim?
To meet the current legal conditions that govern claims for personal injury compensation you have to prove that the accident happened within three years of the date of the claim, that it was not your fault and that it caused a personal injury. You will be expected to provide a report of the event, as well as witnesses to confirm your account and also undergo a medical assessment if your injuries need clarification.
If you are still unsure as to your claim’s chances, then why not call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and get some no obligation advice?
The helplines are open twenty four hours a day seven days a week and during that initial call you will be offered a thirty second test that will confirm your eligibility to make a claim and you will be offered an estimate of your potential payout. You will also have explained to you the claims process, the costs and charges and what you will be expected to pay should you win or lose. Most cases can be handled via the telephone and all are operated on a one hundred percent No win No fee* basis.
With over ten years’ experience as a law firm, Accident Advice Helpline can help you start your claim today.