Fire breathing by its very nature can be extremely dangerous, but if you are injured as a performer or as a spectator, it is in your best interests to seek fire breathing accident advice. One of the main dangers for performer and spectator alike is burns and these can be very severe. In such cases it is in your own best interests to seek advice from personal injury experts such as Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline employs expert solicitors able to advise and assist with claims on a wide range of accidents including those associated with fire breathing.
It is only natural that people will seek advice, especially of a legal nature having suffered an accident. Often it is about whether they are entitled to make a claim for compensation. If you have suffered personal injury because of a fire breathing accident it should be understood that you would only win a claim for compensation if you did not bring the mishap on yourself. It also needs to be determined who is liable, as any claim will be made against them. Even if there is any doubt about your own culpability it is still worth contacting us here at Accident Advice Helpline to seek advice.
Simple to contact us
If you have suffered a fire breathing accident and need professional legal advice then you can contact us via our free 24-hour helpline. The contact numbers are at the top of this page.
What you need to do following your accident
Even if your fire breathing accident appears to be only minor our advice is that you see your doctor as soon after the mishap as possible. If we find you do have grounds for a claim, your doctor’s report on your injuries could well help determine the amount of any successful compensation award.
You may well have to take time off work recovering, so we would advise you to keep a record of any income lost during your recuperation. In addition, you may well incur additional costs such as for prescriptions, travel to and from treatment sessions and the cost of private treatment. So, keep any receipts for that expenditure, as we will seek to recoup the money in any compensation claim.
Do not delay contacting us
Usually claims have to be made within three years of the incident which led to your injury so do not delay contacting us to seek advice. We will also need the details of in the incident including your own recollections and those of any witnesses. This will help us determine whether you do have grounds for a claim following your fire breathing accident. It will also help us in identifying who the claim should be made against us.
Accident Advice Helpline solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis. This should ease your fears about facing potentially high legal costs as you will not have to pay anything up front. If you need help contact us for fire breathing accident advice now.
Date Published: November 2, 2014
Author: David Brown