Anyone who has suffered an accident in which they sustained an injury may wish to know which legal options are open to them. The same may apply if you have suffered an accident while juggling, or as a spectator at such an event. You will require juggling accident advice and require assistance from legal experts such as those at Accident Advice Helpline.
We are a legal firm whose personal injury specialists have been giving accident victims advice and assisting with claims since the year 2000. Our legal team has the experience and expertise to give you expert legal advice following your juggling accident.
Advice about making a claim
If you have suffered a juggling accident as a performer or audience member, you may well want to make a claim. To be able to make a claim, you must not have been the cause of the accident through your own negligence or foolhardiness. The reason for the accident and subsequent injuries are not always clear cut, but if there is any element of doubt, it is always advisable to seek legal advice.
How to contact us
At Accident Advice Helpline we have a 24-hour free helpline which can be reached by dialling 0800 689 0500. If you would prefer a call back from one of our trained advisors, please text ‘claim365’ to 88010.
A claim must be made within three years of the accident, so you should seek advice from us as soon after the incident as possible.
What information should you give us?
If we are to give you solid advice you should provide us with as much information about the juggling accident as possible. Whether you are the juggler involved in the accident or a member of the audience who was called up on stage at the time and was injured, we will need your own account of what actually happened. To back up your account, we will also need the accounts of any witnesses. We advise you to collect the names and contact details of as many witnesses as possible.
We also advise that you see a doctor following the accident as his or her medical report will determine the extent of your injuries. The medical report can also determine the amount of compensation awarded if a successful claim is made.
Any claim will seek compensation for pain and suffering and financial losses. While the doctor’s report will give details of the suffering you are enduring, our advice is to keep records of any financial losses caused by your juggling accident. This means that you should record the amount of income lost while off work recovering from your injuries. Receipts should also be kept for additional costs, such as for medications, travel to appointments, and the cost of non-NHS treatment.
Will I face any immediate costs?
Our Accident Advice Helpline solicitors work on a no win no fee basis. This means you will not have to face any upfront costs. So contact us for juggling accident advice without delay.
Date Published: November 11, 2014
Author: David Brown