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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

    Where to get exhibition centre injury compensation advice

    What do you think the odds are of needing to get exhibition centre injury compensation advice? You would have to attend an exhibition centre in the first place of course, but to be in the position of needing such advice you would also need to have suffered some kind of injury while you were there. The odds of this happening are very long indeed, such is the usual high standard of health and safety in force at these venues.

    Exhibition centres are large venues that are designed to accommodate all kinds of events. These can be aimed at all kinds of people, but they will all tend to attract large groups of people with an interest in the particular event being laid on at that time. It certainly isn’t very likely that any kind of accident would occur in a place like this, but you never know when something might go wrong.

    Common examples of potential injuries in this setting

    Personal injuries of all kinds could potentially happen at an exhibition centre, even though the odds of them occurring are rare. The floor surface needs to be clean and level and if one of these things doesn’t happen, a slip or a trip could easily be the result.

    Other incidents might occur if too many people are allowed into the venue, through inadequate crowd control. Crush injuries are very uncommon but they can be a real risk in such situations. Faulty furniture such as chairs or tables, or even hanging signs, can also cause injury in rare instances.

    What happened in your case?

    You may be reading this because you were injured at an exhibition centre. You may now be wondering who you need to contact with regard to making a compensation claim. Who was at fault for what happened to you?

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    The best way to get answers in a situation like this is to seek the advice of a personal injury specialist. Accident Advice Helpline could be your best bet, especially if you manage to contact us in good time. You do have three years from the date of the incident to make a claim, but the quicker you call us on 0800 689 0500 the easier it will be to recall what occurred.

    Our service has already provided exhibition centre injury compensation advice to many other people since 2000. Will you be next?

    Date Published: August 2, 2016

    Author: Allison Whitehead

    Category: Event claims

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