Within Cornwall, Godolphin Cross is a small village that brings many people from around the country. The region is unique, when compared to some of the other regions nearby, because of the fact that it is quite high up. In fact it is known to be one of the highest regions in the area, and recent studies have shown that the hill in the region is as much as one hundred and sixty two meters high. One of the highest regions in the area, is known as the Godolphin Hill.
The hills of Godolphin Cross
Those who visit the region, might be passing through, in order to get to the nearby coastal regions. However, they might also be visiting the region in order to make the most out of what Godolphin Cross has to offer, including the Godolphin Hill.
The Godolphin Hill as described earlier is quite a high hill, and those who want to climb the hill need to try and take someone with them, who is more experienced with walking on hills that are this high. The weather can get temperamental in this region, and therefore you might find that as you’re walking on Godolphin Hill, you’re caught in a rainstorm. This could produce slippery conditions, where if caution is not taken, an accident may occur in the form of a slip, or another related walking/hiking accident.
Though not dangerous by itself, the slips could lead you to hit your head on a rock, or if you manage to stop yourself from hitting the ground, you might still be hurt by a sprain. The dangers of walking in slippery conditions, whilst high up on Godolphin Hill, might produce injuries that are not going to allow for you to work for a number of months. Therefore, try and do all that you can in order to prevent them from even happening in the first place.
Some people might be walking as part of a walking club, and therefore because of this their injuries might be the after effects of someone else being careless and negligent towards the health of others. A person who has been injured whilst walking on Godolphin Hill, or another hill for that matter, might be able to claim compensation using solicitors in Godolphin Cross.
Contacting Solicitors in Godolphin Cross
Speaking to Accident Advice Helpline (0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993), will give you a chance to speak to a team of solicitors in Godolphin Cross who can take a look in detail at your accident claim.
Accident claims in Godolphin Cross, must be made within three years of the injury taking place, yet if you’re claiming for something unique in nature, then your accident claims in Godolphin Cross, could be made later than this.
It is because there can often be intricacies that affect each of the accident claims in Godolphin Cross, that it can help to speak to solicitors to find out any requirements or particulars that may help you to have a successful claim.
Date Published: 31st May 2014
Author: David Brown