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Activity centre accident claims

Activity centres provide access to exciting and stimulating experiences which are not only enjoyable, but also enhance people’s lives. However it is vital that everyone who uses these centres are kept safe and do not run the risk of a disabling injury or even death.

Companies who run these centres are legally required to have a licence that proves they have been inspected by the Adventures Activities Licensing Service (AALS) and have good safety management systems in place. They must also be compliant with national good practice and understand the benefits and risks of providing adventure activities. There are four broad activity groups covered by licensing: caving, climbing, trekking and water sports.

By their nature these activities can be dangerous and result in injury. The most common problems are lack of supervision, inadequate training, defective equipment and poor risk assessment, including not taking into account hazardous conditions.

Activity centres that do not provide these types of activities do not require a licence, but still have a duty of care towards the people who use their services.

Our specialist team have a wealth of experience in handling activity centre accident claims. We will use our expertise to successfully pursue your claim and maximise the amount of money you receive for your injury, financial losses and care costs.

Why not get in touch for a free initial consultation with an activity centre accidents solicitor? We know how difficult it can be when you or someone close to you has an accident, which is why we will work tirelessly on your behalf to get you the compensation you need.

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