Despite the security industry being much more strictly regulated nowadays, there are still many instances when customers have felt the need to seek bouncer injury advice. Club bouncers do have a notoriously difficult job to do. Maintaining order within premises containing large numbers of people, many of whom have consumed large quantities of alcohol, is never an easy task, particularly as bouncers have no greater powers at their disposal than any other member of the public. Bouncers do not have powers of arrest and do not have the right to use anything other than reasonable force to reject or eject someone from the premises where they are employed.
Accident Advice Helpline is there to advise people who are looking to pursue a claim after suffering injury or trauma at the hands of an establishment’s bouncer. We have all seen incidents where people have refused to take no for an answer and have goaded a bouncer relentlessly until he or she has snapped and forcibly removed the person from the vicinity. We have probably all heard stories of bouncers taking their own form of justice too far. Bouncers are now well-trained in de-escalation techniques and are all licensed in accordance with Security Industry Authority standards of training and conduct. If you have suffered an injury at the hands of a bouncer then our expert, in-house lawyers will be happy to listen to your case and advise you of your potential to make a financial compensation claim.
Practising since 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has helped thousands of customers to win compensation for injuries they have received from a third party, including injuries sustained from bouncers. All cases are taken on a no win, no fee** basis with no upfront costs to pay either, making the whole claim process simple and risk-free.
We can also advise on what could be included in your personal injury compensation claim. For example, suffering an injury and having to take time off work to attend hospital appointments or counselling, or being injured to the extent that work is not possible, are situations that nobody should have to endure, particularly if the cause of the injury was not their fault. Our dedicated team of legal experts ensures that the right level of compensation is awarded by using its valuable, market-leading compensation claims experience to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline now if you would like further bouncer injury advice. There are three quick and easy ways to get in touch with one of our highly experienced and friendly representatives and all methods are absolutely free. Firstly, call 0800 689 0500 from any land line to be put directly in touch with one of our skilled representatives, or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. As a third option, you can arrange for one of our representatives to call you back. Just text “Claim365” to 88010. Accident Advice Helpline is available to call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Make that call. It could be the most important one you make this year.
Date Published: October 18, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident in a bar