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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

    Accident claims at music concerts


    Slips, trips and falls at music concerts

    There are many dangers that face music concert-goers, and there may be some people who have suffered from an injury incurred while at music concert who do not know they may be eligible to claim for slip, trip and fall compensation or personal injury compensation.

    For example, if a venue hosting a music concert fails to safely secure loose cables and someone trips over them, breaks a bone and is forced to stay off work for a period of time, the venue may be liable to pay the victim compensation due to their own negligence.

    Similarly, if a venue doesn’t adequately keep dance floors and bar areas dry, and someone slips over and seriously injures themselves, they may again be liable for compensation.

    Broken glass is also a big factor in music concert accident claims, particularly if a venue’s staff fails to clear up the smashed glass immediately, leaving it exposed to guests’ dancing and walking all over it, increasing the risk of injuries to people’s feet such as deep cuts and gashes.

    How do I make an accident claim for an injury suffered at a music concert?

    If you have suffered a personal injury at a music concert, Accident Advice Helpline has the experience to advise you whether you qualify for a claim and if you are likely to be successful.

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    Our friendly, professional and experienced advisors are available through our 24/7 advice line and can help you make a 100 per cent no win, no fee* claim.

    It is important that you ensure the following points apply to you before attempting to make a slip, trip or fall compensation claim:

    • The accident happened while you were at the music concert.
    • The injury you suffered while you were at the music concert resulted in your having to seek immediate medical treatment.
    • The accident at the music concert was not your fault.
    • The injury you suffered at the music concert happened within the last three years.

    If all of the above apply to you, then it is likely you will qualify for a personal injury claim due to an injury suffered at a music concert. We advise you to call us in the first instance to learn how you can proceed with an easy and hassle-free claim now.

    Date Published: September 30, 2013

    Author: David Brown

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