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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."

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    Can I claim for an injury at a wrestling venue?


    Can I claim for an injury at a wrestling venue. Unfortunately, accidents can happen anywhere and if a person is injured as a result of an incident that was not their fault, then it is likely that there is a valid reason for a personal injury claim. Every public or private organisation has a duty of care to their customers required by law and any oversights will be identified in order to get to the root of the reason for an accident.

    Common injuries

    The most common types of accidents in a public place are trips, slips and falls, resulting in contusions to the arms and legs. The slip, trip or fall that a person has is usually due to health and safety guidelines not having been followed correctly. A common reason for a claim is that the floor was recently mopped, but there were no signs indicating it as a hazardous area. Items such as storage boxes, cleaning tools and even boxes of produce are often also the reason for a high frequency of falls, when they are left behind doors or in public gangways.

    For further information about claiming for an injury at a wrestling venue, Accident Advice Helpline can be contacted via our 24/7 telephone helpline, which is totally free to call. Our specialist in-house lawyers are available to represent people who have suffered an injury and wish to claim expenses and compensation that is due to them.

    Be aware

    A common place for an accident in a public place is in the toilets of a venue, as they are regularly cleaned, and because of this, the floors are often wet. When an area is freshly cleaned, there must be a sign erected that informs the public of the potential danger at their feet. In many of these cases, there is not a witness to the actual incident, so the claim is based entirely on the injuries received and the details given by the person who found the injured party, plus the resulting medical records. If a person finds him or herself in the unfortunate position of being injured when there is no one else around, they should attempt, if it is physically possible, to phone the emergency services for help.

    There are many details and intricacies surrounding the personal injury claim process that will be explained thoroughly by our specialist legal team should the case for compensation go forward. Accident Advice Helpline website is also a useful tool for people wanting to find out more about their predicament and the stages of the process. It contains a large range of helpful case studies and articles for the perusal of those considering making a claim for compensation, so call it today.

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