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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Roof garden injury advice

    If you have been injured while in a roof garden by either falling or tripping while in the garden, being injured by a plant or fixture in the garden, or even more seriously hurt by falling from the garden, you may have a good case for compensation for any injuries you suffer. Before you go ahead and make a claim though, it is important to get accurate roof garden injury advice both to ensure you are not going to suffer long-term problems from your injury and to make sure that you are not wasting your time by making a claim.

    Seeking roof garden injury advice

    1. A medical professional
      Seeking roof garden injury advice from your doctor or another medical professional is a vital part of your recovery. A medical expert will be able to assess all your injuries and the extent of the damage caused. Many roof garden injuries are caused by slips and falls, which can result in back problems, muscular damage or even bone fractures and head injuries.Any of these injuries could cause long-term problems if they are not properly treated, which in turn could lead to issues with employment and quality of life further down the line.Prompt treatment by a doctor can help reduce the likelihood of these injuries being aggravated. Your doctor will also be able to suggest any on-going treatment such as physiotherapy that you might require to help you fully recover from your roof garden injury.

      Being seen by a medical professional can also help if you decide to proceed with a compensation claim for your injury. Your doctor can provide detailed medical notes on the extent and probable cause of your injury, which can be used to form evidence for your claim.

    1. A personal injury expert
      The second important place to seek roof garden injury advice is from a personal injury expert like Accident Advice Helpline.A specialist can quickly assess whether you are likely to be successful with any bid for compensation and offer you advice as to the best way to proceed.

      With more than 10 years’ experience as a personal injury specialist, you can rely on Accident Advice Helpline to give you reliable roof garden injury advice and to put together a solid case for you.

      While you could seek compensation directly from the owner of the roof garden, enlisting the help of a professional is more likely to result in a successful claim, especially if the roof garden is owned by a commercial enterprise such as a bar or restaurant.

    There are other things you will need to do as part of the claims process, such as collecting witness statements and evidence, however beginning by seeking roof garden injury advice from these two sources will get your claim off to the best start.

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    Seeking advice is easy, by completing the relevant forms on our website, or by calling our 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile phone on 0333 500 0993.

    Date Published: June 28, 2015

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Accident in a public place

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