Fishing in Port St Mary
Fishing is a popular pastime in the UK and we are lucky enough to have lots of lovely locations where we can fish if we want to. Particularly in Port St Mary, there are various bodies of water that avid fishers flock to. The activity of trying to catch a fish with a rod and reel has been a worldwide tradition for thousands of years. Historically, fishing was conducted purely for survival. In caveman times, fish were caught to eat and their bones had various uses including that of hooks and carving tools. Nowadays, people tend to fish for pleasure and while some do catch fish to eat, others do it for sport.
If you live in or have visited Port St Mary for a fishing trip, you will know just how great it can be for the outdoor leisure activity. Because fishing is so popular in this area, you can hire rods and fishing boats if you want to enjoy a trip out on the water and haven’t come prepared. However, one thing you must be careful of when renting equipment from a third party is that it is safe for use.
Damaged or faulty fishing equipment
If you have bought or rented fishing equipment and it has been faulty which has caused you to suffer an injury, you may legally be entitled to make a compensation claim through Accident Advice Helpline’s solicitors in Port St Mary. If, for example, you rented a fishing boat and there was a problem which caused the boat to sink and you endure injuries, or the rod was broken and snapped and cut you, our solicitors in Port St Mary are here to help you.
Having been in this industry for many years, Accident Advice Helpline are adept in dealing with claims relating to accidents that have occurred due to the negligence of someone else when fishing. All you need to do is provide an adviser with all of your evidence and the details of your accident that was the responsibility of someone else and we will start to process your claim.
Pick up that phone
You can call us free of charge from a landline on 0800 689 0500. If you have a mobile handy, call on 0333 500 0993, but keep in mind that network charges may apply depending on your network provider. Text CLAIM to ‘88010’ if you would prefer and one of our highly skilled and friendly advisers will call you back to talk you through the claims process.
Date Published: 20th June 2015
Author: David Brown