Accident Advice Helpline provides Air Cadets accident advice to clients who have been injured in flying and other related accidents. Though serious military accidents are rare, there is always the risk of injury if health and safety measures are not put in place or are breached by careless individuals. If someone else was to blame for your injuries and the accident took place during the last three years then we can offer the best legal representation available to you. Call our free 24-hour helpline to find out what your options are. Our friendly advisers will answer your questions and can facilitate the start of the claims process if you are eligible.
The Royal Air Force Air Cadets usually meet on a weekly basis and partake in a range of activities ranging from shooting to drilling. The dangers of guns and other equipment cannot be overstated, so RAF members supervising must be extremely vigilant about potential hazards and make sure that all of the supplied equipment is well maintained. There are numerous accidents that can occur, with trips, slips and falls being the most minor, though these can still result in broken limbs or concussion. If a third party was to blame for you or your child’s injuries then they may be liable. If this is the case, Accident Advice Helpline can make a claim for compensation to cover the costs. If you are a single parent, you may be struggling to cover any medical bills or other costs.
There are times when extremely serious or fatal injuries occur even when flying with very experienced instructors. If your child has suffered life-changing injuries after being involved in a flying accident and the pilot was negligent, or should not have been flying the aircraft for some reason, then you have every right to claim. The impact of a serious injury on a close relative can be difficult to come to terms with. Compensation will not alleviate the pain entirely but it will bring justice to the situation and ensure that someone is made culpable for your child’s injuries. Making a claim will also improve health and safety standards in the future and reduce the chances of it happening to another young person.
Starting a claim
Accident Advice Helpline makes it easy for clients to get the money owed to them. We offer a range of services, from a compensation calculator to advice and information via text. You can ring us now on 0800 689 0500 to see whether you can claim. We suggest seeking professional advice as soon as possible as there is a three-year deadline for personal injury claims. If someone was to blame and you or your child received medical attention at the time of the accident then we can help with a no win, no fee* claim.
We will use evidence to support your case and to prove the negligence of another individual or organisation. This evidence will include numerous documents and records, both medical and financial as our expert solicitors attempt to maximise your monetary gain. To help us, we suggest that you write down everything about the accident from witness accounts to times and dates.
Date Published: November 3, 2014
Author: David Brown