Road traffic accidents Clackmannanshire could mean compensation for you
Clackmannanshire is a council area in Scotland. If you live there and have children then you probably want your children to be fit and healthy. One of the easiest ways to help this along is to make sure that your children have a good diet.
Keep your children healthy
Make sure that your children get at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day. This can include fresh, frozen, canned, dried or juiced. This is because fruit and vegetables contain the crucial nutrients needed to maintain a healthy digestive system; create new body tissue and fight infections. They might also work to prevent cancer and other serious diseases.
Don’t let your children go to school without breakfast. This will affect their concentration levels and might even make them tearful or irritable as their blood sugar levels plummet. It is also believed that eating breakfast when a child can help to prevent obesity in later life. Breakfast eaters are also less likely to contract diabetes or have high cholesterol which is a known risk factor for heart disease.
Try to feed your children as much unprocessed food as possible. It is a good idea to get into the habit of reading labels on packages so that you are aware of how much sugar, salt, fats and additives you are putting into your children’s bodies.
Make sure that your children are drinking six to eight glasses of water a day. Try to keep sugary drinks to a minimum as they love to stick to young teeth and rot them. If your children do not drink enough water they may get dehydrated which can cause headaches, constipation and poor concentration.
Remember too that it is no use sprouting off about the benefits of a healthy diet if you are not eating it yourself. Children tend to copy their parents’ habits so if they see you lying on the sofa all day squashing donuts into your mouth, they will assume that that is the way to behave. However, if they see you positively enjoying a plate of fresh fruit before you set off for a brisk walk that is probably the lifestyle which they will adopt.
If this has spurred you on to get to the shops and load up with fruit and vegetables then let’s hope that while you are on your way there that you are not in a car accident which is not your fault. If you are and you suffer from personal injuries, you may be able to claim compensation for road traffic accidents in Clackmannanshire. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline if you wish to find out more.
A ‘no win, no fee’ basis
Most claims for road traffic accidents in Clackmannanshire can be processed by telephone. Furthermore, if an accident solicitor takes on your claim for road traffics in Clackmannanshire then it will be on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis. You should ring Accident Advice Helpline now and speak to a trained adviser. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.