The South Yorkshire town of Barnsley is situated by the River Dearne, approximately 19 km (11.8 miles) north of Sheffield. Also close to Leeds and Doncaster, Barnsley is home to an array of parks, gardens and other points of interest, including:
- Wentworth Castle & Gardens
- The Civic
- St John the Baptist Parish Church
- Oakwell Stadium (Barnsley Football Club’s home ground)
- Locke Park
- John Rideal House
- Gawber Parish Church
- Cooper Gallery
- Cannon Hall Park, Gardens & Museum
- Barnsley Town Hall (now a museum)
- Barnsley Interchange
- Barnsley College
- Barnsley Central Offices
- Alhambra Centre
In addition, the town hosts a good selection of restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, as well as excellent shopping facilities.
Locals and visitors alike are occasionally victims of accidents in shops, restaurants or other public places. Such accidents may consist of slips, falls or trips; public transport accidents or, on the odd occasion, infection with food poisoning.
Slip injuries and injuries by tripping are among the more common reported incidents. Slips and trips may result in injuries including cuts, bruises or sprains; broken limbs and even serious back or head injuries. Those responsible for shops, points of interest, etc, have a duty of care to protect members of the public and employees against accidental injuries. Should this duty of care be neglected, any person suffering a personal injury as a result may qualify for compensation.
Making a claim for personal injury compensation with Accident Advice Helpline means the chances of success are good. The company, a law firm that has been specialising in personal injury claims for many years, operates on a no win no fee** basis. They can be contacted via a free phone advice line or online. The advice line is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, obligation-free and confidential.
The company’s website features a 30-second test, or compensation calculator, designed to enable potential claimants to determine their claim eligibility in just a few simple steps. Once eligibility has been confirmed, the injured individual is offered the services of an experienced compensation solicitor. Part of Accident Advice Helpline’s in-house legal team, this solicitor will be selected in accordance with his/ her experience within the particular claim category required to ensure optimal assistance can be provided.
Date Published: July 8, 2014
Author: Accident Advice