In Kent, England within Shepway district is Dungeness. Dungeness is an important conservation area internationally with rare plants, insects, birdlife and the desert-type landscape. Bird watchers visit Dungeness every year to view the rare migratory bird species at the bird observatory while seabirds are regularly seen.
If you suffered a personal injury that was not your fault while in Dungeness, you may want to claim compensation. You may ask friends and relatives help you find a lawyer in Dungeness but the easiest way of finding one is to call Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline will help you find a lawyer in Dungeness who will work on your case. Holiday tour operators, aircrafts, boat and cruise ship service owners and hotel staff have a duty of care and if this is breached and you get injured you should be compensated.
Accident Advice Helpline provide a variety of services including free advice from friendly advisers which are available 24/7. They have a wide selection of experienced lawyers and solicitors to serve you on phone and in your location throughout the UK.
If you would prefer not to speak on the phone but would like to know how much compensation you may be entitled to if you go on to win your claim, go to their website and take the 30 second test, as it will give you a estimation.
You can also text ‘’Claim 365’’ to 88010 and they will connect you with a specialist lawyer in Dungeness.
Injuries which will be handled by a lawyer in Dungeness
Accident Advice Helpline have successfully claimed compensation for their clients from hotels, resorts, cruise ships, boat services, travel agents, tour operators, hotel staff, airlines, buses and coaches through their lawyer in Dungeness.
Passengers and crew members can fall ill aboard cruise ships. If you were injured in a cruise ship accident or you developed an illness or diseases and someone else was to blame you are entitled to claim compensation.
- Vomiting – this is common due to movements of the ship in high tide or due to food poisoning.
- Diarrhoea – specimens are collected to help health providers determine the cause of the illness if it was caused by food served in the ship.
- Colds, pneumonia and hypothermia – in the sea happen especially if passengers are not properly protected from cold spells, ice and snow effects.
- Chest congestion and respiratory diseases – can develop due to changes in weather conditions.
- Slip, trip and fall injuries – occurs if you fall on wet or slippery floors. Cruise ships, ferries and boats should be fitted with non-slippery floors
- Head injuries – happens when hit by falling objects and personal properties that have not been stored properly.