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    Can I claim for an injury at a masquerade ball?

    You may be wondering, “Can I claim for an injury at a masquerade ball?” You may have been badly injured during a masquerade ball, perhaps as a guest or one of the ball organisers or members of staff. You could be able to raise a claim for financial compensation if your injury at a masquerade ball was caused by someone else and happened in the last three years. You may have been injured on the ballroom floor by another dancer, or because the masquerade ballroom was not properly maintained.

    Your injury at a masquerade ball

    To start a claim for an injury at a masquerade ball, it needs to be clear how your accident happened. Attending a masquerade ball can be very enjoyable, but as with all large group events, there is an inherent risk. You may have been partying in a tightly packed space, or the people around you may have lost a degree of their self-control due to the atmosphere or music. Even if someone bumped into you without intending to, the result could have been serious, leaving you with medical or other accident-related expenses.

    You could also start a claim for an injury at a masquerade ball if it can be shown the ball was held in a dangerous location or that you were exposed to risks beyond your control. The ballroom floor may have been poorly maintained, the ballroom may have had faulty lighting or other electrical equipment, or perhaps the masquerade ball organisers allowed too many guests to enter the ballroom, causing serious overcrowding.

    Check your eligibility

    To speak in confidence with one of our specialist advisers, just call us to go through the details of your masquerade ball accident. All of our advisers have the right training and experience to be able to estimate your eligibility to make a claim and what it may be worth.

    The adviser will ask you about what happened in your injury at a masquerade ball, and find out who else witnessed it. You can ask the adviser about what the legal process of making a compensation claim involves. If you have a credible claim, we may offer you legal representation from one of our no win, no fee* personal injury lawyers.

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    Date Published: June 29, 2015

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Accident in a public place

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