It is quite phenomenal for many people to choose a form of prank as a ceremonial send off for any couple about to embark on the journey of wedded bliss. Some of the more common pranks pulled on unsuspecting couples include hazing, where a groom or sometimes even the couple, are transported around their home town whilst tied to a trailer and covered in eggs and flour, where there is the potential of a road traffic accident. In more outlandish cases, what have been intended as good natured pranks in order to see our friends off into married life, can go horribly awry.
Injuries from a prank gone wrong
Sometimes, when a prank goes wrong, someone ends up injured as a result. If you are due to be married a few days later, this can cause more trauma than the injury itself. The danger might not be from anything specifically to do with the prank. For instance, while moving the groom to another location, what if the vehicle is involved in road traffic accident? Or may one of the tables at the stag/hen party collapses when someone tries to climb over it. There is no end of accidents that can happen at stag.hen parties, some because of not enough consideration put into what the participants are doing, and then someone is injured because a prank has gone wrong.
Claiming compensation for your injuries
It does not matter what type of accident you were hurt in, or what injuries you suffered, as long as they were bad enough to need medical attention and you leave it no more than three years, we can help you to make a compensation claim.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we have been making successful claims for over 16 years’, always on a no-win, no-fee basis. This means that none of the thousands of accident victims we have already helped have had to pay us any money to get their claim started, or worry about paying our legal fees if their claim has been lost.
We keep the processes of making a claim as simple and efficient as we can. We will not keep bothering you unless we need something, or to update you on the progress of your claim. We want you to leave all the hard work to us, and you to concentrate on your recovery.
For answers to any questions you have and as much free claims advice as you need, call us today. If you are using a landline call 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: January 22, 2014
Author: David Brown