Accidents happen anywhere, any time, even when you’re on holiday, which is why holidaymakers often seek out a Rhyl law firm to help them with claiming compensation for an injury they’ve sustained through no fault of their own while on holiday.
The regeneration of the seafront at Rhyl
The seaside town of Rhyl is situated in Denbighshire, North Wales. It was once a bustling Victorian seaside venue used by holidaymakers from all over the UK. It’s in the process of undergoing a makeover and facelift thanks to European funding gained by the Welsh government. The seafront is due to undergo significant regeneration which it is hoped will restore Rhyl’s attraction and reputation as a major holiday resort once again.
New and refurbished tourist attractions
A new £85-million project, the “Ocean Plaza“, is planned on what was once the site of the old “Ocean Beach” funfair. There are also plans to develop Drift Park on the seafront, as well as refurbishing and reopening Rhyl’s miniature railway, which runs around the Marine Lake.
Slips, trips and falls on holiday
The most common type of accidents that holidaymakers suffer is the slip, trip and fall accident. These can cause quite severe injury, and where the blame for the accident or incident is attributable to a third party, such as the owner of a holiday let property, injury victims are within their rights to raise a personal injury claim for compensation.
Common causes of holiday accidents
Staircases are a common cause of accidents. This can be due to the things like stair carpets and/or banisters working their way loose. Faulty appliances are another possible source of injury, causing things such as electric shocks, burns and scalds, and carbon monoxide poisoning. Fire alarms and smoke detectors need to be regularly inspected and maintained to make sure that they’re are in good working condition, or serious injuries, and possibly even fatalities, can result if a fire takes hold.Open Claim Calculator
The sooner you commission a Rhyl law firm, the better
If you’ve been injured while on holiday in Rhyl, and someone else is to blame, you’ll need the services of a Rhyl law firm of specialist injury claim solicitors if you’ve decided to raise a personal injury claim for compensation. At this point in time the current statute of limitations is 3 years, therefore in practice you have this length of time to decide whether or not you’re going to proceed. In our experience here at Accident Advice Helpline, we would always recommend launching your claim at the earliest opportunity.
The advantages of working with Accident Advice Helpline
Most people don’t launch accident claims while they’re still on holiday. They do it when they return home, and often use the online no win, no fee* services of us here at Accident Advice Helpline. The many benefits of working with us include:
- Our industry-leading no win, no fee* service
- Our 30-second online calculator
- Our unsurpassed customer support, recommended by Esther Rantzen
- Our free 24/7 helpline – 0800 689 0500 from landlines – 0333 500 0993 from mobiles