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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Staying safe on board a cruise

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    Staying safe on board a cruise

    There are many basic principles for staying safe on board a cruise. From staying away from the edge to not running on deck, it’s important that you look after your own safety when on board. Sometimes, staying safe on board a cruise is out of your control, and any failures to ensure safety could leave you suffering a serious injury.

    Basic information about staying safe on a cruise

    Whether you’re on a cruise alone, as a couple or there with the family – you’ll no doubt be concerned with staying safe on board a cruise. Being on the water means you will likely be miles away from help, which means that you need to do everything you can to ensure your safety on board.

    When you arrive on board, as with other modes of transport, you will be given safety briefings and information to help you ensure your safety on board. It’s important that you pay attention to the information provided to you and make yourself aware of where to get help whilst on board.

    Accidents on board where someone else was to blame

    Unfortunately, despite your best efforts, as well as those whose responsibility it is to ensure your safety, accidents could happen. If the accident wasn’t your fault however, you may be able to claim compensation with Accident Advice Helpline.

    Accident Advice Helpline is a leading law firm able to help you make a claim for your injuries. By providing straightforward, hassle-free claims services, we help ensure that all eligible accident victims can get access to the compensation they deserve. We work by not only taking care of the paperwork and forms, but helping to keep your claim out of court for a more stress-free experience.

    How to make a claim

    In order to be eligible to claim, you must be able to prove that your accident was caused by someone else. The injuries you received must have been caused by the accident, which must be backed up with medical proof from your doctor. It depends how your cruise was booked as to how long you have to make you claim, sometimes it is two years and others it is three. If you’ve been holding off because of financial concerns or a lack of understanding of the claims process, at least get in touch and don’t lose out because you have left it too late..

    Accident Advice Helpline could help you by providing you with initial advice and to help you answer any questions you may have about the claims process. Our team will be able to put you at ease, and there will be no obligation to proceed if you choose not to go ahead.

    For more information and to begin your claim, call us on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile).

    Category: Accident on board a cruise

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