You could make a power fan accident claim today if you were injured while taking part in a free-fall outdoor activity. Accident Advice Helpline are here for all your personal injury claim queries if you have been involved in an accident that was not your fault during the last three years. We can make a no win no fee claim to cover the costs of your power fan injury. It is a simple process and we could complete it entirely over the telephone. If you are interested, give our free 24-hour helpline a call on 0800 689 0500.
Am I eligible to claim?
We understand that every case is different, but there are three general rules that apply:
- Claimants must have been injured within the last three years. This is usually a strict deadline and only in very specific circumstances can it be extended.
- Claimants must have received treatment from a nurse, doctor or at a hospital. This is because we need evidence in the form of medical records to backup your case.
- A third party must also have been at fault. There are many ways in which an organisation might be to blame and it is not always obvious.
Our friendly, professional advisors will begin by asking you a few details about your accident. We need to establish that a third party was to blame in order to secure compensation, so any vital information you can remember will be helpful.
Once we have confirmed your eligibility for a power fan accident claim, we will then pass you over to a solicitor. They will build a case using evidence to prove that the adventure park or power fan activity company was to blame. We will use documents to prove the extent of your injuries and other financial records to show how it has affected your life. For example, you may want to claim for income lost due to taking months off work.
Power fan accident claim
Power fan experiences are usually exhilarating. They give people the chance to find out what it is like to free fall on a smaller scale in controlled conditions. However, there are risks with activities such as these and it is vitally important that you are given clear instructions on what to do and are provided with appropriate safety equipment.
A third party would be liable if they failed to follow health and safety legislation and put you at risk. You could make a power fan accident claim if this negligence resulted in you sustaining serious injuries.
Power fan injuries often include impact injuries due to the nature of a heavy fall. If you have suffered broken bones or sustained impact wounds, whiplash or spinal damage, then you have a right to claim to secure compensation. A power fan accident claim will compensate you for all the losses you have incurred due to your injuries.
Date Published: May 22, 2015
Author: David Brown