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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

    Examples of accidents at events

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    Examples of accidents at events

    Being involved in an accident whilst at an event can be a huge blow, ruining your enjoyment as well as having longer term consequences. However, there is help available to you if you decide to make a claim for your injuries, and Accident Advice Helpline will be more than happy to answer your questions about compensation.

    Examples of accidents at events

    There are many examples of accidents at events which you could be involved with, such as:

    • Slips, trips and falls due to obstacles, spillages, etc.
    • Falls and trampling due to ill-managed crowds
    • Collapse of structures, etc
    • Collisions with vehicles on site

    It’s hard to prepare for these types of accidents but the event organiser should have risk assessments in place. It is their duty to ensure the safe running of the event and make sure all health and safety regulations are followed correctly. If they fail to do so and their negligence causes an accident, the event organiser could be liable to pay compensation to accident victims.

    Whether you suffer one of the examples of accidents at events mentioned above or another type of accident, there is help available to you to help you claim compensation. Accident Advice Helpline deal with many examples of accidents at events each year and help thousands of people to claim compensation for their injuries. You could be one of them if you decide to pursue a claim through us.

    Making a claim for accidents at events

    If you’ve suffered an accident such as one of the examples of accidents at events listed above, we may be able to help you claim. Provided you can prove that the accident was caused by someone else, led to a personal injury that needed medical attention and took place in the last three years, you could have strong grounds for compensation. You must also be able to show that you have medical proof of your injuries in order to make a claim, and seeking medical treatment will also ensure that you get the right care for your injuries.

    Claiming compensation with Accident Advice Helpline can go a long way to helping you get back on your feet after an accident. From covering any loss of earnings you have suffered to helping to pay back any expenses you have incurred as a result of your accident, the compensation you could receive could make a significant difference to you and your family.

    For more information about claims or to get answers to any questions you may have about the claims process, contact Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile).

    Category: Event claims

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