With cinemas conveniently located near to most major towns and cities in the United Kingdom, many people enjoy visiting their local cinema regularly. With new films coming out nearly every week, there are a variety of movies for people of all ages and interests. In fact, the wide range of films on offer means that some people enjoy going to the cinema on a weekly basis.
Are you contacting Angus accident claim solicitors after being hurt at the cinema?
Like any venue open to the public, cinema staff are required to ensure that the venue is safe. If, for example, chairs in a theatre were broken, they would need to be cordoned off until they could be fixed. In some cases, the cinema itself may need to be closed whilst the repair work is carried out. Although this can be costly for the business, it is preferable to someone getting hurt and making a compensation claim with Angus accident claim solicitors.
In some cases, customers do find it difficult to navigate their way through the cinema. As the lights tend to be dimmed, it can sometimes be difficult to find your seat, particularly if the cinema is already busy. Whilst some cinemas do have some lighting on the floor to help people get around, sometimes even this isn’t enough to stop being from tripping or falling.
If you are hurt whilst visiting the cinema and you weren’t at fault, there is a chance that Angus accident claim solicitors will be able to help you to make a claim for compensation. If you’re able to access any evidence regarding the incident, this could help your accident claim solicitors when it comes to proving who caused the incident. If, for example, you tripped on torn carpeting and suffered an injury, you may be able to take a photograph of the area in which you fell to prove that the carpeting was torn. This type of evidence can make it far easier to make a claim with accident claim solicitors and it can increase your chances of successfully obtaining compensation.
If you weren’t able to access any evidence relating to the incident, there’s no need to panic. In most cases, Angus accident claim solicitors will be able to help you access relevant information and evidence after the incident so you could still be awarded compensation.
Get in touch with us today
If you’re considering making a claim for compensation, or if you’re ready to make your claim with Angus accident claim solicitors now, why not contact us? Lines are open around the clock, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can call at any time and we’ll always be happy to assist you. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to ensure that you are able to obtain the compensation you’re owed as quickly as possible.
Date Published: 11th November 2014