If you need something to with the kids on a sunny afternoon that won’t cost you any money at all, why not pop along to your local play park to let them have a bit of a mess about on the swings, slides and other things that are provided? Assuming your children are of a certain age, you’ll be able to leave them to get on with it while you can either sit and have a chat with a friend or read a good book.
However, it will be a good idea for you to have a quick look around at the equipment in the park before leaving your children to their own devices. You’ll want to make sure that everything is safe and that if something does go wrong your kids will fall on a surface that is not too hard. It might be the case that you may be able to seek a compensation pay-out if one of your children was hurt while playing in a park if the injury was caused by the negligence of the local authority that was responsible for its upkeep.
If you have found yourself in this type of situation, you should really seek out some free advice on personal injury claims in Byfleet.
Play park accidents and advice on personal injury claims in Byfleet
Maybe your child came flying off a swing after it came away from the frame it was connected to as a result of rusting. Perhaps a raised section on a steel slide did one of your offspring a mischief as he or she was going down it. Perchance your child was hurt by some other type of equipment that he or she was using at a play park. If you could prove that the injury came about as a result of the negligence of the organisation that was responsible for the park, you could well have a case.
Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline
Been put in the horrible position of seeing one of your kids injured in an accident that was not their fault while visiting a play park? Then you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline to get some free 100% no win no fee advice on personal injury claims in Byfleet. If you would like to be connected to one of our friendly and professional claims advisors, you would be well advised to do so on either 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. You’ll be connected to a member of our team who will be able to help.
Date Published: 12th July 2015
Author: David Brown