If you are the sort of person that enjoys the countryside, Malvern Hills is just the place for you. The region’s scenic beauty has attracted several visitors and tourists over the years. Various films have also been made here.
Can you file a claim against a tourist board?
If you are a tourist who has suffered some form of harm or damage, you might be able to file a claim against the board. You may have a valid claim:
- If you weren’t informed about the presence of dangerous insects and animals when hiking or trekking
- If you weren’t informed about weather conditions
- If you were misinformed or misdirected by the board
These are just some grounds on which you can form personal injury compensation claims in Malvern Hills. However, you must be able to prove that you are suffering from a physical, emotional or mental problem because of the negligence, misconduct, misguidance or misdirection of the tourist board.
At what point can you file personal injury compensation claims in Malvern Hills?
Generally you can make a claim at any point after sustaining an injury. However, it would be better for you to get started on forming your claim right after the accident. While the deadlines might differ for each case, the typical limit is three years.
What should you do immediately after sustaining an injury?
First of all, visit a medical professional or doctor who can analyze your situation, and any injuries you sustained. It would also be a god idea to start collecting evidence as soon as possible.
This is important, as you need evidence to solidify your case, as well as helping you establish that you are completely innocent. Bills, witnesses and CCTV recordings are perfect forms of evidence.
Next hire a solicitor who can guide you with your case and handle the entire burden of the claims process. You can find solicitors at different law firms, online or ask a friend for help.
How Accident Advice Helpline can help you
Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years of experience in personal injury compensation claims in Malvern Hills. We can provide you with a solicitor, or a team of solicitors to take care of your case while you recover.
If you’re considering hiring a solicitor, feel free to contact us by dialing 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Call us now. If you prefer, you can text us on 88010 by sending CLAIM365 and we’ll call you back.
Date Published: 18th May 2015
Author: David Brown