Birthday parties are associated with children more than anything else. Yet adults can also enjoy parties at various stages of their lives. Notable birthdays include turning 30, 40 and 50, as well as celebrating all those ages kids normally enjoy reaching.
While birthday parties can be enormously enjoyable, they can involve the odd accident as well if the right precautions aren’t taken. Slipping over on a wet floor while carrying the birthday cake may do more than ruin the cake itself – it could lead to injuries that will be problematic for the person who falls as well.
What is the likelihood of getting birthday party injury compensation?
Accidents can happen in all manner of situations. That’s something we are all perfectly aware of. The main thing to think about is whether your accident was indeed just that – or whether someone else was responsible and caused it to occur.
For example, if there are games at a children’s party, those games should be safe and properly supervised by an adult. Bouncy castles are a good case in point. They should be supplied by a reputable company and operated by someone responsible.
Only children of the right ages should be allowed onto it, with no older children allowed to take part in case they injure the smaller ones. Accidents can happen in all kinds of other ways as well, if the proper care isn’t taken by those organising the party to provide a safe and enjoyable experience.
Give Accident Advice Helpline a call today
Birthday party injury compensation might be paid out in instances where someone has suffered an injury someone else caused. Even if that injury was not caused maliciously, negligence is all that needs to be proven in order for the compensation claim to be a success.
Accident Advice Helpline can help you work out whether you can get anything for your accident, or for an accident your child suffered. Call us on 0800 689 0500 to see whether you are in a good position to claim, and whether our team can help you get the advice and support you will no doubt be looking for in this case.
You can get some no-obligation advice if you wish, and if you don’t wish to proceed you don’t have to. We will let you know where you stand from a legal standpoint as well, so call today.
Date Published: October 25, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead