Have you been hurt in a New Forest accident?
Located in the south east of England, the New Forest is one of the largest areas of heathland in the south of the country. Although there is a New Forest district, most people who refer to New Forest mean the New Forest National Park.
While the New Forest National Park offers unrivalled natural attractions, there are also numerous man-made attractions and activities in which visitors can take part. With numerous cycling and walking paths within the National Park, the New Forest is the ideal place for walkers and cyclists.
While most people who visit the New Forest do so without any problems, from time to time a New Forest accident may occur. Although most people who experience a New Forest accident may feel responsible for the incident, there are times in which someone or something else may have caused the incident.
If, for example, you were hurt while visiting one of the attractions at the New Forest, the management team may be held responsible and they could be liable for your injuries. If someone or something else caused your injuries, there is a chance that you may be able to obtain compensation from them.
If you were holidaying at the time of your New Forest accident, you don’t have to worry about making a claim for compensation straight away. If you would prefer to wait until you return home in order to start your claim, you should be able to do so without any problems. Providing you start your claim within three years of the New Forest accident taking place, there’s a good chance that you could still receive compensation for your injuries.
If you’d like to learn more about making a claim following an accident or injury, why not contact us to find out more? We’re available around the clock on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile, so you can call us at any time and we’ll always be happy to help.