Upper Brailes is a village that is located on the side of Brailes Hills within the United Kingdom. Many tourists who come here visit the Castle Hill Motte. It is believed to have been constructed in the 1100s.
Walkers and hikers tend to enjoy exploring the hills here and often go with tourist guides to do so. If you or anyone you know has been injured while doing this or something similar through no fault of your own, you should call a no win no fee lawyer to assist and help you determine the grounds for a claim so that you can receive the compensation you are entitled to.
No win no fee in Upper Brailes claims
Your lawyer should be someone who is willing to help you establish and verify what you have been through. Any injury that you may have sustained or any losses incurred must be through no fault of your own though for your lawyer to be able to process a no win no fee in Brailes claim.
You can contact a no win no fee lawyer by phoning Accident Advice Helpline. Call them on 0333 500 0993 via your mobile phone. More information is also available at their website, such as testimonials from people who they have helped in the past.
However if you would prefer not to speak to one of their friendly advisers but would still like to know how much compensation you may be entitled to, take the 30 second test which is also at their website. It will provide you with an estimation.
Getting the help you need
If your tour guide did not warn you about the conditions of the area of that which you hiked, you may have sustained injuries through no fault of your own. For example if the walkers and hikers were also not informed about certain weather conditions or the kind of shoes that they should wear when walking or hiking, this is also grounds to get in contact with Accident Advice Helpline.
- You may be exposed to weather conditions that you aren’t used to, which could have a serious impact on your health. As long as you were not advised before taking the hike, you may have a no win no fee in Brailes claim.
- Walkers and hikers could suffer from slips, trips and falls if they happen to climb hills in the region during or after a rain. Your lawyer may be able to help you build your case against the local council or tour guide for not informing you of this.
- Not wearing the right shoes for walking or hiking could lead to metatarsal fracture
Date Published: 23rd March 2014
Author: David Brown