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Most of these hotel "water parks" have disclaimers - not sure how successful the claim will be. Its like the pools which rarely,if ever, have a lifeguard.
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£5000, I wonder if she had travel insurance?
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I read somewhere else that she had insurance but they wouldn't pay up because she was treated at a private hospital.
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Thanks Judith. I always assumed that insurance meant private hospitals. :que
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Generally , travel insurance will only cover private if there is no state provision - and they normally insist that you clear any potential treatment via a 24/7 "helpline". The problem with more serious issues ,is that the hotel/park management will normally have an arrangement with a private ambulance service who will whisk you off to a private clinic so you really need your wits about you:-?
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That's terrible to be honest. Poor woman and surely the slides can only take a certain weight it could have been a child she hit into
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Mari, the parks I've visited in the past always had someone at the top of the slide. You weren't allowed your turn until the slide exit was clear.
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