Accident Advice Helpline are here to help anyone who has had an accident which was someone else’s fault. We can tell you all about public place accidents in Cumbernauld and claims for compensation.
Everyone loves a weekend away, whether it’s a weekend by the sea, a family get together or a show you’ve been looking forward to. Stopping in a hotel or a bed and breakfast is all part of the fun. But what if something goes wrong?
Accidents caused in guest houses
Guest houses are all checked to make sure guests are staying in a safe environment. It’s often things that get missed which cause accidents. Like a worn carpet that can cause someone to trip,and if it’s on the staircase, an innocent victim could fall down the stairs.
No one can stop the rain, but if it’s wet, protective mats should be put out on hard floors to prevent anyone from slipping when they come inside. If someone is distracted, they could put something down, intending to return to it. This could cause an obstruction where someone could fall over it.
Slips, trips and falls are the most common of all accidents, accounting for a third of the injuries that happen in the UK. Simple precautions, as illustrated above, can prevent many of them from happening, and wherever you are has a legal duty to make sure it does not occur.
Accident Advice Helpline offer the best customer service and experience
Accident Advice Helpline not only have over ten years’ experience in personal injury claims, but we also have a good track record of caring for our claimants. We understand that knowledge isn’t everything – customers like to be treated with respect and kept informed, so we make sure that they are.
Our friendly advisors are the first people you will speak to about Cumbernauld claims, and they have lots of information and help they can give you while they discuss your claim. They have even been trained to tell you if they think your claim could be successful, and how much you might receive.
Are you eligible to claim for public place accidents in Cumbernauld?
- Compensation can be claimed by people who were injured in an accident which was someone else’s fault.
- The deadline to get a personal injury claim started is three years from when the accident happened.
- You must be able to prove that you were injured. This simply means that you should have your injuries treated by a medical practitioner as soon as you can. This also makes sure that you receive the correct treatment to help you heal.
How to start your claim
Accident Advice Helpline work on ‘no win, no fee’, so starting your claim really is as easy as speaking to us. Call now on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. We can even start your claim over the phone.
Date Published: 28th July 2014