A career as a professional musician is fulfilling and rewarding but there are times when a personal injury can impact on your ability to earn a living. Accident Advice Helpline can help you with an orchestra accident claim if you have been injured and it was the fault of another person or third party. There is a three year deadline for personal injuries and you must have received medical assistance to be eligible. If you think you can make a claim, call our free 24-hour helpline to chat to our friendly advisors. They will talk to you in detail about the claims process and pair you with one of our expert solicitors if you decide to press ahead with your claim.
Health and safety
The public often overlook the physical requirements associated with playing an instrument. If you are a musician then you understand that hours and hours of practice and performance on a daily basis can take its toll on the body. Repetitive strain injuries are often due to exhaustion and the demands of a professional career but someone else may have contributed to your injuries if sufficient health and safety procedures were not met. If an event organiser or other organisation failed to provide you with appropriate seating or equipment and this led to an injury then you could make a claim with Accident Advice Helpline. You could also have suffered a trip or fall while walking to your seat or been injured by another member in the orchestra. If someone was negligent and you sustained serious injuries then they must be made liable for their actions.
A no win, no fee claim can be hugely beneficial to your current and future financial circumstances. You may now be struggling to pay the bills as the accident has prevented you from doing the job you love. There may also be costly medical bills and other expenses associated with your injuries. You may be traumatised by the accident and require counselling to start your recovery. If you have been inconvenienced in any way then you should make a no win no fee claim. There are no costs upfront so you do not even have to worry about funding it.
Proving a case
We will need to prove that a third party was negligent, so our solicitors will gather all of the details about the case. You can help them by ensuring that you notified a member of staff at the venue about your injuries and writing down all the details about it. Witness accounts and even photographs are a great way of showing that someone else was to blame for the accident. The amount you will receive will be dependent on a range of factors including the severity of your injuries. Call us on 0800 180 1423 to find out more.
Accident Advice Helpline have provided legal representation and advice since 2000 and are now a top personal injury law firm in the United Kingdom. Our professional and efficient service is unrivalled and we have expertise in a variety of accident types.
Date Published: November 4, 2014
Author: David Brown