Whilst many nightclub accidents are caused by drinking too much alcohol, there are other types of accident which can occur and you could be injured in an accident in a nightclub through no fault of your own.
If this has happened to you, why not find out if you could claim personal injury compensation? There’s a three-year time limit to make a claim, and Accident Advice Helpline will make the claims process quick and easy, with no upfront fees to pay – our lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee basis.
What caused your accident?
When you think about it, an accident in a nightclub could happen at any time. Dark, poorly-lit corridors and toilets are just waiting for you to slip or trip, whilst stairwells with inadequate lighting are another common place for slips, trips and falls to occur. If somebody spills their drink and it doesn’t get cleaned up straight away, you could slip and suffer from a sprain, strain, ligament injury or broken bones – you could even cut yourself on broken glass.
Dancing next to the speaker? Excessively loud music could lead to tinnitus or hearing loss, whilst filling a nightclub to over-capacity could mean you suffer crush injuries if everybody needs to vacate the premises suddenly, in the event of an emergency, for example.
Nightclub owners have a duty to ensure that their premises are safe for members of the public; that includes ensuring public areas are well-lit and that any spills or messes are cleared up quickly. Most accidents can be avoided, but if a night club injury has left you in pain and needing time off work to recover, we can help you claim compensation that could cover your loss of earnings.
How to make a claim
You’ll need a personal injury lawyer if you’ve suffered an injury on a night out, whatever has happened. From broken bones to serious head injuries sustained in a slip, trip or fall, you can call Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500 to find out if you could be eligible to claim personal injury compensation.
You want an experienced professional injury lawyer to handle your claim – we’ve been established since 2000 and have a great track record, even receiving an endorsement from our patron, TV personality Dame Esther Rantzen.
Making a claim is usually quite easy and straightforward and you shouldn’t have to go to court unless the nightclub owner denies liability. So what have you got to lose?
Date Published: August 9, 2015
Author: Rob Steen