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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Fire breathing accident claim

    Accidents can happen and if it is caused by fire breathing the injuries can be very serious. If you have suffered an accident and personal injury through this activity you may be able to make a fire breathing accident claim.

    To discover whether you can make a claim you will need expert advice from the likes of our expert legal team at Accident Advice Helpline.

    Whether you suffered the fire breathing accident as a performer or spectator it should be understood that often there are tight deadlines for making claims. Generally the time limit is three years from when the accident occurred. So it is essential you seek advice about whether you are able to make a claim as soon after the accident as possible.

    What to do following your accident

    Even if the injuries caused by the fire breathing accident are only minor it is important to see your doctor. Your doctor’s report could play an important role in your claim if it decided to make a claim. If you haven’t already seen a doctor, Accident Advice Helpline will strongly advise you do so.

    An injury, especially if you have been forced to take time off work, can hit you financially. Make note of earnings lost plus additional costs such as for prescriptions, non-NHS therapies and travel to and from treatment sessions. Remember to keep any receipts as well as records of lost wages and additional expenditure so they can be included in any claim for compensation.

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    To help our personal injury solicitors decide whether you do have grounds for a claim, we will need a statement from you about how the unfortunate incident occurred as well as the recollections of any witnesses. If we decide that a claim is in order, the statements can help us decide who the claim for compensation should be made against. The information you and any witnesses provide could prove important should the party being claimed against deny liability.

    Should you be able to make a fire breathing accident claim our legal team will also be able to represent you. In the best case scenario the other side will admit liability and the compensation offered will be acceptable to you. As this will avoid the case having to go before the courts this should mean you receive your compensation much more quickly. However, if you feel the offer is not enough, or the claim is contested our solicitors will represent you in court.

    How much will it cost?

    Accident Advice Helpline lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis, which means you will not have to pay anything upfront.

    How to contact us

    To contact Accident Advice Helpline ring our special 24-hour Helpline where our trained advisors are hand to take your call.

    Suffering an accident and personal injury is never a pleasant experience. It leads to pain and suffering and hits you and your loved ones financially. This is why if you have been the victim of a fire breathing accident and want to make a fire breathing accident claim you should contact us.

    Date Published: November 2, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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