Are you ready to find out more about claiming compensation for accidents at the arcade? Amusement arcades at the seaside and inland locations can be incredibly fun, even when you’re not attempting to win money, and most visits to them are accident and injury-free. However, help is at hand if you have come to harm at an arcade and it wasn’t your fault. There are many reasons why you might be hurt at an arcade, and you could be injured because of faulty facilities and the managers failing in their duty of care to you.
Get compensation for accidents at the arcade
You could be hurt at an arcade after experiencing a slip, trip or fall because a hazard wasn’t pointed out to you. You may have been hurt because of badly-maintained surfaces or an electrical fault. Perhaps you were using a damaged machine that should have been removed. Whatever the case, we may well be able to help you if you do suspect you’re eligible for compensation after an accident at the arcade.
We can help if you have been injured because the arcade owners or managers failed to comply with health and safety regulations or were negligent in other ways. We have helped many people who have been hurt in amusement arcades since we were first founded in 2000, and we always aim to bring you the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries. We can also help if your child was injured, and if you were injured as a child you’ll be able to claim up to the age of 21.
Making a claim
You do not need to give us any money to get a claim underway, and we work on a no-win, no-fee* basis. We aim to make the claims process as stress-free as possible and we do as much of the work for you as we can. Please don’t get rid of the relevant evidence as this could be the difference between getting compensation and going without. Evidence can come in the form of pictures of your injuries, witness contact details, accident forms, medical reports and more. You can find out if you are likely to have a case and how much you could be getting by taking the 30-second test or simply calling us. You can reach Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 on your landline or 0333 500 0993 if you’re on your mobile.
Date Published: May 9, 2017
Author: Accident Advice