Within Pembrokeshire County in Wales, on the banks of River Alun is the smallest city in Britain known as St Davids. Sun, sea and the coastline scenery are great tourist attractions. The coastline is part of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with Whitesands Bay being a popular water sports resort. The St Davids lifeboat has saved many survivors although four lifeboat savers have lost their lives. Don’t be taken in by myths about claiming in St Davids – get in touch today.
If you have been injured through someone else’s negligence, a lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you make a claim.
Finding a specialist lawyer to dispel myths about claiming in St Davids.
If you sustain an injury that was not your fault you may file St Davids compensation claim through a lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline. Water sports accidents require a specialist lawyer who can win the case. Many lawyers ask for the payment of upfront fees before starting a claim process but Accident Advice Helpline works on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis.
Call them on us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. You will receive free legal advice and will have your claim processed quickly and efficiently.
You may choose to complete the 30-second test on their website to know if your claim is valid and how much you are likely to get if your claim becomes successful. You can also fill out the more detailed online form and wait for a legal representative to call you back.
Making a St Davids compensation claim
Myths about claiming in St Davids are rife! You need a lawyer to claim compensation on your behalf as you recover. If liability is agreed upon by both parties and their insurers, a mutual consent is reached and settlement of the compensation claim is made. This may include pain, mental anguish or distress suffered and loss of earnings, medical costs, nursing care and loss of quality of life.
- Post traumatic stress-worry, fear, anxiety and hallucinations may occur after the trauma.
- Knee, wrist and elbow injuries-occur when you slip, trip and fall on wet and slippery surfaces.
- Head injuries-caused by inadequate training in scuba diving, jet skiing and other sports.
- Spine injuries-may be caused by falling on your back from a height and landing on rocks or hard objects.
- Pneumonia and hypothermia-may be triggered by frost, ice and snow or exposure to cold weather conditions which you had not been warned of while booking your holiday package.
- Drowning-occurs in the sea if your boat capsizes due to mechanical problems or crashes with another vessel.
- Fatality-caused by inadequate training in snorkelling, kayaking, scuba diving, surfing and canoeing sports.
For more information call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We can help clear up confusion over myths about claiming in St Davids.
Date Published: 6th March 2014
Author: David Brown