If you have been in an accident while singing or dancing in a public place, through no fault of your own, then you should be eligible to make a street performer accident claim for compensation. This compensation will cover expenses incurred as a result of that injury and will bring closure to this distressing episode by ensuring that a third party is held liable for their mistakes.
Our free 24-hour helpline features a team of friendly advisors ready to answer all of your compensation queries. They can confirm your eligibility, tell you an estimated monetary sum for compensation and match you with one of our expert solicitors if you decide to proceed. We have been handling claims for clients for over 14 years and have a wealth of experience in securing meaningful results and large compensation packages for injuries suffered in public places.
No win no fee
To make a claim you must have suffered your injuries during the last three years and received medical treatment at the time. If someone failed in their duty of care or was negligent, however genuine they may have appeared, then you can claim for what is rightfully yours. No individual should have to suffer the burden of lost income and the inability to work because of an accident that was unforeseen and the fault of a third party. If you have a young family or need to pay a mortgage, then the accident will have made a huge impact on your personal life and put your financial future in jeopardy.
Our no win no fee policy is ideal in this regard as it will be one fewer aspect to worry about. If for some reason your claim is not successful then you will not have to pay anything. You have nothing to lose by putting your faith in our solicitors. Accident Advice Helpline could mark a new, happy chapter in your life, free of the worries and stress caused by your accident.
Street performers injured outdoors can claim against a local authority if the injury resulted from a health and safety breach. For example, if you are a dancer, you may have tripped on an upturned or cracked pavement that was not maintained or replaced. This may have led to severe injuries such as broken bones or concussion. If this was the case, you have the right to claim against the local council.
Our expert solicitors will work with you to accumulate sufficient evidence to support your claim. This evidence may be in the form of photographs taken at the scene of the accident. It will also include standard details such as the date and time of the accident, witness accounts and information about any medical diagnosis and the treatment you received. Our lawyers may also require financial documents to act as proof of your lost earnings.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today and find out just how much you could claim.
Date Published: October 30, 2014
Author: David Brown