Accident Advice Helpline can offer you expert Girlguiding accident advice if you or your child has been injured at Girlguiding during the last thee years. Making a no-win, no-fee compensation claim is a quick and simple process. All you have to do is ring our free, 24-helpline on 0800 180 4123 and confirm your eligibility. You do not need to know the laws about personal injuries or manage the process. We will do all that for you so you can concentrate on recovering from your serious injury.
If you would like to know the estimated value of your claim, you can use our online compensation calculator. This 30-second test only requires four short answers and your full name and telephone number. We are a tried, tested and trusted law firm and have earned a reputation as the market leader in the UK since we were established in 2000. You do not have to pay a penny for our services upfront and there are no forms to fill out. There are no risks so get in touch with us today to see how we can help you.
Girlguiding is a hugely popular organisation with more than half a million members currently active in the UK. Children can take part in many different activities on a weekly basis. These activities, which vary according to the age group, do not pose any immediate danger to those participating, but the negligence of a third party can sometimes lead to accidents and injuries. If you think that an accident you or your children were involved in could have been prevented, you could be eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim. This claim will enable you to recover the costs associated with the injuries.
You can make a claim if you or your child were injured during the last three years. The three-year deadline is non-negotiable, so you must act within this time in order to start the claims process. You must also have received medical assistance from staff or emergency crew at the time of the accident and a third party must have been at fault for the accident. If you think you are eligible, you can text “claim365” to 88010 to find out more.
Your claim has a greater chance of being successful if there is a body of evidence to support it. This evidence can come in any form, although it usually relates to the finer details of the accident, including the exact time and statements from any people that were there and saw what happened. If you are claiming for medical bills, you must keep the receipts or bank statements showing how much you have spent.
We will make a claim against the Girlguiding association if they or a volunteer or supervisor were liable for your injuries. For example, a volunteer may have failed to notice a dangerous surface before adventurous training or provided defective equipment for sports activities. If their negligence resulted in your child being injured then you should make a claim.
Date Published: November 16, 2014
Author: David Brown