When you go to see a gig, an event or something similar indoors, you don’t have to worry about the British weather putting a dampener on things. You shouldn’t have to worry about being injured either, since it is quite rare for anyone to have an accident in an indoor arena.
There are always exceptions of course. The most important thing to consider when such an exception happens is what occurred to cause that accident in the first place. Sometimes things do happen that are no one’s fault – we all accept that. However in other situations things can be very different.
Examples of what might potentially happen in this instance
An indoor arena is likely to have ample seating, a stage area and numerous pieces of equipment to ensure the whole show goes according to plan. This must all be planned out and the right people need to be in the right jobs to ensure they have the expertise to get everything done properly when needed. This might mean some people need training, or will require certain tools to complete their tasks.
Whatever the case may be, there will be instances when something might potentially go awry. For instance someone may be working at height in an unsafe manner and might experience a fall. Someone else may trip over a number of cables that have been left on the floor instead of being put safely away.
Could this happen to you?
An accident in an indoor arena of any kind will be rare, both for those who work in these settings and for those who are visiting them to see a show. When something does go wrong it could mean that person suffers an injury that takes some time to heal.
This could have a knock-on effect on their work, their family commitments and various other areas of their life too.
If this all brings back memories of something that happened to you within the last three years, pick up the phone now. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 and find out whether you can make a no win, no fee* claim for compensation.
This is by far the best way to make sure you have all the information you need at your fingertips. Don’t go it alone – rely on our team to help you through the process of claiming.
Date Published: August 9, 2015
Author: Rob Steen
Category: Event claims