Accident Advice Helpline can provide expert advice and legal representation for your Army Cadets accident claim if you have been injured during the last three years and it was the fault of another person or third party. We have been working for clients since 2000, and are currently one of the top personal injury specialists operating in the United Kingdom. If you are struggling to cope with the consequences of a serious accident, then we can make a compensation claim on your behalf to cover the fees and costs of your injuries. To see what options are available to you, call us today on 0800 689 0500 or text ‘claim365’ to 88010.
What kinds of accidents are covered?
Army cadets regularly take part in exciting and challenging activities such as adventure training, shooting, sports, and fieldcraft. These activities can help a young person to improve their all-round skill set, but they do carry certain hazards and dangers if health and safety procedures are not implemented correctly. All army cadet supervisors are actively encouraged to complete advanced health and training courses, but accidents can still happen. If you believe that an accident involving you or your child was the fault of someone else, then you are within your rights to make a claim against that person or organisation for compensation. Those that are liable should share the burden if the accident has inconvenienced you or your family in any way.
Common army cadet injuries include trips and falls while partaking in physical activities such as sports and training. You could make an army cadets accident claim with Accident Advice Helpline if an obstacle or structure that should not have been there caused you or your child to break a leg or suffer concussion. You could also file a claim if you were rock climbing and the surface you were climbing on gave way or was not safe and it resulted in you sustaining facial injuries or other disfigurements. If a third party was negligent, then our expert solicitors can likely secure you a compensation package. The amount you will receive will depend on a range of circumstances. Call our 24-hour free helpline to see just how much you may be able to claim for.
What evidence is necessary?
Our solicitors will use evidence from the accident scene and other important financial and medical documents in order to prove a third party’s negligence. You can help us in this regard by writing down all the details about the accident and your injuries. You should include the exact time and location of the accident, and the names and contact details of witnesses. Photographs are also a great source of evidence, so you may want to take pictures of the faulty structure or equipment which caused your injuries.
You can make a claim with us if you received medical assistance with your injuries when the accident occurred. There is a three-year deadline for personal injury claims, so we recommend that you act sooner rather than later. A no win, no fee* claim can improve your financial outlook and put you and your family back on their feet.
Date Published: November 4, 2014
Author: David Brown