Have you sustained serious injuries in Suffolk Coastal? Although coastal areas in the United Kingdom are always popular in the warmer summer months, there are many people who also travel to coastal region in the autumn or winter. Whilst they may not be guaranteed good weather, there is still plenty to do and many beaches in the United Kingdom remain open all year.
Whilst visiting these areas can be enjoyable at any time of the year, you may need to take more care if you visit a coastal region in the winter months. Unfortunately, bad weather can make beaches and coastal paths more dangerous, so you’ll want to ensure that you don’t put yourself in unnecessary danger.
Serious injuries in Suffolk Coastal
Although many attractions and facilities remain open in seaside resorts during the winter, there are some that close for the season. If, for example, you were planning on taking surfing lessons, you may want to visit the area in the spring or summer. Storms and bad weather during the winter could make it unsafe to enter the water at all so it wouldn’t be advisable for new surfers to learn in these conditions.
If you do plan to use local facilities and amenities, it’s likely that the owners will put your safety first. If, for example, you were attempting to enter the water at high tide or in bad weather, it’s likely that you would be warned about the dangers. Of course, if you were to enter the water in a public area and were subsequently injured, it’s not likely that you would be able to make personal injury claims afterwards as you would be deemed responsible for the incident.
If, however, someone or something else caused you to suffer injuries or get hurt, you may well be able to make personal injury claims against them. If, for example, watersports companies kept operating in dangerous conditions or didn’t provide the appropriation equipment to use in bad weather, and people suffered injuries as a result, they could be faced with a number of personal injury claims.
Accident Advice Helpline: make your claim count
If you’ve been hurt whilst at the coast and you’re considering making personal injury claims, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline to find out how we can help with your claim? Every year, we help numerous claimants with personal injury claims after sustaining serious injuries in Suffolk Coastal and we may be able to help you too.
As long as you can prove that the injuries you sustained weren’t your fault, it’s likely that you will be eligible to receive compensation so why not get in touch today?
Call at any time and speak with a member of our team. Just call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile phone to find out more.
Date Published: 19th September 2014