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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

    Flea market accident claim


    You could start a flea market accident claim today if you have been injured while frequenting a street market that sells second-hand goods. Accident victims are often left without the help they need after a serious accident.

    They do not know where to turn or what to do to cover or recoup the hue outgoings associated with an accident. Accident Advice Helpline offers up-to-date legal advice and representation, so you can try to secure compensation for your injuries.

    UK flea markets

    Flea markets in the UK sell goods such as books, clothes, crafts, antiques, and ornaments. They are very popular as they offer a unique, low-cost alternative to big brand shopping centres. You will have the same right to claim as any other victim if you were injured while visiting a flea market.

    Flea market accident claim

    We can find out who was to blame for your accident if you are not entirely sure. Flea markets are unlike normal shops as they contain many separate stalls and different goods. The liable third party could be a building owner or the council if it was in a public place. Whoever was at fault has failed their duty of care to the public.

    They must ensure the environment is safe and that procedures are in place to mitigate any risks or hazards. We will make a claim for compensation against those responsible. The amount you will receive varies on a case-by-case basis, but you can get a quick estimate by taking our 30-second test.

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    Claim eligibility

    You can make a flea market accident claim during the first three years after the accident. This strict deadline can only be extended in certain circumstances. We suggest you act now to get the proceedings underway. You never know, you could secure a compensation sum within weeks.

    The victim of the flea market accident must have also been treated by a medical professional and your medical records will be used to back up the injuries you suffered. These records can also be used to support any financial losses, such as prescriptions, counselling sessions, the length of time you need off work, and even the transport expenses to and from appointments.

    We make it easy for those who need the help the most to make a claim. Our no win, no fee policy eliminates any financial barriers so you can seek what is rightfully yours. You could also complete your flea market accident claim on the phone.

    Therefore, it is unlikely you would have to attend court. If you need any more information or would like to discuss your accident, feel free to contact us at a time that suits you.

    How to pursue a claim

    If you want to start a flea market accident claim today, contact our advisers from a landline phone on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. One of our advisers can talk to you about what happened and confirm your eligibility.

    A claim could make your life easier, so why not get in touch? There is no obligation to make a claim, and you can get the latest advice for free.

    To find out more about a flea market accident claim, you also have the option of texting claim365 to 88010 and an adviser will contact you.

    Date Published: July 30, 2015

    Author: Lee Tadd

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