Skate park accidents can and will happen occasionally. If you have an accident at a skate park because the park was not kept in a safe condition, the owner could be held liable for your injuries.
Who is liable for an accident at a skate park?
Who is liable for an accident at a skate park depends on who it is owned by. This may be an individual or company if the park is owned privately or the relevant local authority, such as your local council, for example, if the park is owned publicly.
Owners’ duty of care
Owners of skate parks – public or private – have a legal obligation to ensure users’ health and safety is not put at risk. This includes maintaining a park in a condition that is safe to use. If you sustained an injury at a skate park due to poor maintenance, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline
Established in 2000, we are a law firm with a nationwide legal team specialising in personal injury claims. We have an impressive track record in assisting members of the public to get the compensation due to them after sustaining no-fault injuries:
In road traffic accidents
By slips, trips and falls
Our expertise naturally also includes obtaining compensation for individuals injured in an accident at a skate park.
What we do
Unlike claims management companies, who pass claims on to others, we ensure every claim is handled by our own in-house no-win, no-fee solicitors. Invariably boasting years of experience, these solicitors will assist you in:
Establishing who is liable for your accident
Gathering all necessary supporting evidence
Conducting your claim quickly and hassle-free
Able to conduct most claims entirely over the phone, we can often even avoid claimants having to go through court proceedings. We cannot, however, guarantee this, as situations can vary significantly from one case to the next.
If you were injured at a skate park, get helpful, free advice on when and how to claim for compensation now by calling our 24/7 freephone helpline. Any information you provide will be kept confidential and you will be under no obligation to proceed with a claim at any point. The numbers to call from your mobile or a UK landline respectively are 0333 500 0993 and 0800 689 0500. Alternatively, you can also get in touch with us by using our unique online compensation calculator.
Date Published: April 18, 2017
Author: Accident Advice