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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Bowling accident advice


    Bowling accident advice

    If you or a person you know has had an accident in a bowling alley, you may apply for a personal injury claim and be in need of bowling accident advice. Taking the correct steps following an accident will help a person to receive the best possible payout for their injuries. As a bowling alley is a public place, they are required by law to have public liability insurance. This will help ensure that an injured party receives compensation should they file for a personal injury claim because of their injuries.

    If an individual has an accident in a bowling alley then the first thing to do is to check that they are conscious, breathing, and out of the way of further danger. As soon as is possible, the emergency services should be contacted so that the victim can receive professional medical assistance. The paramedics can treat the victim at the scene of the accident and then take them to hospital if needed. The records produced by the medical treatment will serve as evidence in the compensation claim process when seeking bowling accident advice.

    Helpline

    If you or someone you know has had a bowling accident, contact Accident Advice Helpline for further details about any aspect of the personal injury claim process. The 24-hours a day, seven days a week, free telephone helpline is on hand to enable anybody to contact us at any time of day or night. We will call you back as soon as we can if we are not available straight away.

    Any witnesses to the incident should be asked if they are willing to state what they saw of the accident, and if the witness agrees, their name and contact details should be collected for our in-house lawyers to use during the claim. There is a very good chance that someone at the scene of the accident, or even the victim, is carrying a camera phone. Taking photographs of not just the injury, but also of the area of the bowling alley where the accident happened, will help the case for compensation. Gathering as much evidence as possible will reinforce the case for a personal compensation claim.

    Evidence

    Written details stating the time of the accident and the way in which it happened might also be used as evidence. The written statement should contain the exact circumstances surrounding the incident, the steps taken by the bowling alley staff and of any witnesses to the accident, and provide information concerning the type and severity of the injuries received. All of the above tips will help to ensure that the victim receives their rightful amount as a compensation claim.

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    For further information, Accident Advice Helpline website contains a wide range of case studies and examples of successful claims. In order to find out how much money a claimant can expect to receive, the website has a short enquiry form to complete.

    Date Published: July 18, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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