If you were the victim in an accident involving a revolving door, you may be able to make a revolving door accident claim for compensation.
Revolving doors are a great invention that were designed to keep a constant flow of people entering and exiting buildings, without worrying about queues building up. They also have the added benefit of regulating the temperature by not allowing the outside cold to enter the building.
Revolving door accidents are more common than you might think. As the doors work on an electrical mechanism, accidents can occur when the door malfunctions or the power is unexpectedly cut. Unlike automatic doors, revolving doors are constantly moving and if a malfunction occurs then the door could trap or injure you. You may have suffered from an anxiety attack; experienced lack of breath, or the door may even have harmed you physically. It may have shot out of its grooves, injuring your body, or the glass may have broken, cutting your arms, face, or neck. Whatever the precise details of your accident, if it happened because of someone else’s actions or negligence, you might be entitled to file a revolving door accident claim.
Where to find advice
For advice on pursuing a revolving door claim, you should contact Accident Advice Helpline. Established in 2000, we are a law firm that specialises in personal injuries. All of our solicitors work on a no win, no fee policy. A quick call to our free, 24-hour helpline will enable you to talk to one of our friendly advisors who can tell you everything you need to know about the claims process.
By giving our advisor the details of your accident, they will be able to advise whether you could be entitled to pursue a revolving door accident claim. If we think that you could make a successful claim, your details will be passed on to one of our expert solicitors, who will contact you to build your case.
Your solicitor will need you to give us as much evidence as possible that will back up your claim. Evidence such as photographs, statements, and medical records will all be needed to back up the details of the accident, including the extent of your injuries, the treatment you received, and importantly, who was responsible for the accident. As long as you did not cause the accident and it occurred within the last three years, Accident Advice Helpline can pursue a claim for you. All of this evidence can be used by your solicitor to help determine how much money you have lost as a direct result of your accident and these costs can all be factored into your compensation package.
If you feel that you are eligible to file a revolving door accident claim then contact us today. To call us simply dial 0800 180 4123 and you could be on the road to receiving the compensation you deserve. To request a call back, please text “claim365” to 88010.