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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Isle of Wight claims

    The Isle of Wight is an island – and a county – that sits off the southern coastline of England. It is only around four miles from the mainland, where Hampshire is the nearest area. The Solent is the body of water that sits in between the two. The Isle of Wight has around 139,800 permanent residents, although this number does get considerably larger during the summer months when people arrive to spend their holidays here. It is rare to hear about Isle of Wight claims, since they don’t often occur. But you simply never know what life might have around the corner, do you?

    Accidents do happen every day, but very few of us will ever be on the receiving end of injuries that wouldn’t have occurred if someone else hadn’t been negligent. When this does happen, it can be hard to deal with, as you might feel frustrated and angry that you were hurt and there was nothing you could have done to prevent it.

    Accidents while on holiday

    Lots of places in England – and the whole of the UK – are popular with holidaymakers. The Isle of Wight is one such place. Very few people will end up being injured while on holiday in the UK, but we all know things can happen anytime, and if you’re unlucky, you could be left nursing some injuries while you are on holiday.

    You might wonder what on earth could go wrong. Well, road accidents happen all over the place, and although some people go through their entire lives without experiencing one, others are not as lucky. If you stay in a resort or park, you have a right to expect the services and facilities provided to always be safe – and they usually are. Similarly, if you use equipment provided by a company that runs water sports or other sports, you would expect it to be safe and easy to use, and not to harm you.

    Do you want to know more about making possible Isle of Wight claims?

    Most of those who go on holiday to the Isle of Wight have a fantastic time, and it is not hard to see why. Miles of coastline, a wonderful climate, and lots of attractions combine to make this a top spot to go to – even just for the weekend. But if you have been injured while on the island and you want to find out whether you could make one of the handful of Isle of Wight claims that are made, take the first step towards doing that today.

    Open Claim Calculator

    You can do this by ringing 0800 689 0500 and speaking to an advisor at Accident Advice Helpline. You can also ring on your mobile on 0333 500 0993 if it is more convenient. Our website also includes a 30-second test consisting of a few basic and easy questions. Answer those, and you will be well on the way to discovering whether a claim might work out in your favour – with our assistance.

    Date Published: 8th August 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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