Tripping over something can be embarrassing, to be sure, but it can lead to injuries as well. A classroom should be a safe place where you can learn and enjoy doing so. It should not be a place that has potential hazards that could lead to someone tripping over.
Some people have got classroom trip compensation in the past, when they have been able to prove they were injured because of something someone else did – or occasionally did not do. For example, there might be a slight step leading up into a classroom, and this should be marked with hazard tape so people can see it. Similarly, a cleaner should ensure all their equipment is removed from the room after cleaning, so no one trips over anything that has been left behind.
How to claim classroom trip compensation
If you have been searching for advice and information regarding this type of compensation claim, you have come to the right place. Accident Advice Helpline has been working in this industry for 15 years. We have assisted countless clients in gaining compensation after suffering an accident. If you think someone else was ultimately to blame for your accident, it might be worth getting in touch.
There is really nothing to worry about when doing so, either. There is no obligation to proceed with a claim if you decide not to do so, since the information and advice you get initially is free. It does pay to know where you stand, however.
Have your injuries been caused by someone else?
Tripping over in a classroom could cause quite horrible injuries, since you are falling in a confined space. This means you could end up with a crack to the head or injuries to your arms, hands and other parts of your body as well.
Yet it doesn’t matter whether you suffered one minor injury or something far worse. The one thing that matters most is to get no-obligation advice from our team. If you contact us on 0800 689 0500 you can learn more about the claims process and whether your particular situation might warrant you making a claim in the first place. Accident Advice Helpline is here to provide the information and advice you really need – all you have to do is to make that all-important call to get things started, so make it today to learn more.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Accident at school