Accidents at the swimming pool? Talk to your personal injury lawyer in Spey Bay
Whether in your local swimming baths in the UK, or while sunning yourself abroad, accidents in and by the poolside can and do happen. Because of the wet surroundings, it means that accidents are more prone to taking place. If certain areas of the poolside haven’t been tended to properly, this can cause people to slip and seriously injure themselves. If something like this has happened to you, the fault of the accident would lie with the pool owners as it wasn’t fit for purpose.
Of course, accidents can happen within the pool as well. For example, there may be loose tiles, broken steps on the way in, or you can even become injured through the fault of another swimmer. Often, holiday resorts organise pool games which can end in injury. If the equipment you are using isn’t working properly or damaged in any way, this can cause injury to more than one. All of these types of accidents can put you in the position of being able to claim compensation through a personal injury lawyer in Spey Bay. All you need to do to start a compensation claim is contact Accident Advice Helpline who will match you with one of our professional and highly skilled UK lawyers.
There is action you can take for your accident
If you decide that you would like to proceed with a compensation claim with a personal injury lawyer in Spey Bay then you can easily get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. You can call through to the 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Prefer that somebody contacts you instead? Simply text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010.
When you get in touch, one of Accident Advice Helpline advisers will go through each and every detail of your accident. This means that there is nothing missed out when we come to process your claim through our personal injury lawyer Spey Bay.
Do you have evidence from your accident at the pool?
It will help your lawyer if you are able to provide evidence of the accident and the fact that it wasn’t your fault. Evidence can come in many shapes and forms such as photographs or video evidence from the scene, witness reports from either those who were involved, or bystanders and of course, we will need proof that your injuries have been documented by a medical professional.
As long as you provide the above, there is a very high chance that you are entitled to claim for compensation and could receive perhaps thousands of pounds. It’s a step in the right direction and at Accident Advice Helpline, we believe those who have been injured through no fault of their own deserve to be compensated.
Date Published: 1st June 2014
Author: David Brown