Accident Advice Helpline provides the best funeral accident advice to victims who have been injured in such public places and are exploring the idea of a making a no win no fee compensation claim. If you were injured at a funeral then you may be owed a sum of money to cover a range of costs including medical fees and loss of earnings. The accident must be the fault of an authority, occupier or person other than you and has to have taken place during the last three years. Contact our free 24-hour helpline now to confirm your eligibility for a compensation claim.
Accidents in a Public Place
Many cemeteries and crematoria across the United Kingdom are owned by local authorities and managed by a trust or other outsourced company. These third parties could be to blame if you have fallen over an uplifted paving stone and broken a leg or tripped on an unsafe surface such as uncut grass or unmaintained tarmac. The owner of the crematorium or cemetery has a reasonable duty of care and should have procedures in place to ensure the safety of the general public. A failure to check or inspect the premises on a regular basis is negligence. If you suffer an injury as a result of that negligence then you are within your rights to start the claims process.
Public accidents, like those suffered at work or at home, require evidence if you are to make a successful claim. Gathering evidence will make it easier for our solicitors to build a bespoke case for you. Evidence that will help us includes detailed information about the accident in the form of witness accounts, the exact time and date of the incident and photographs of what may have caused the accident, such as a broken paving stone. Receipts for travelling expenses and prescription costs are also required if you want to claim for any expenses.
Reputable Claims Firm
Over the last 14 years, Accident Advice Helpline has established a reputation as one the UK’s leading claims companies. Our expert advisors and solicitors work diligently on a daily basis to improve our client’s lives by securing their financial future through a claim. While we cannot right the wrongs and personally bring those responsible to justice, we can ease the stresses, strains and worries associated with devastating personal injuries by ensuring that someone is made to make financial reparation.
You can call us now on 0800 180 1423 to talk to one of our helpful advisors. They will ease you through a short test to confirm that you can actually make a claim before passing you on to a lawyer specialising in public injury. Our helpline is available 24/7 for straightforward advice and information and you can leave your name and details if you want someone to contact you the next working day. There are no costs to pay if your claim is unsuccessful so there has been never been a better time to claim what is rightfully yours.
Date Published: October 30, 2014
Author: David Brown