Gloucestershire Accident Claim Solicitors
When we attend an event, we have a natural expectation that we will be safe as we do so. It is the responsibility of the venue owners and their security staff to ensure that as we enjoy ourselves in their premises, we can do so safely and without fear of injury.
Large accidents are thankfully now all but unheard of but there are still opportunities for accidents and should one occur because of the negligence or action of a third party then the person who has received an injury has the right to make a claim for compensation from Gloucestershire accident claim solicitors.
Every year, thousands of people head to festivals and concerts during the summer (and winter) months. For these people, the lure of live music and the atmosphere of the crowd is the ultimate way of spending their spare time.
For many, a concert or live event is something to look forward to and the summer festivals turn into an annual pilgrimage. In most cases, the only thing a festival goer comes home with is a muddy tent and tired eyes but accidents in these places are common place.
Small incidents such as sliding or tripping are often part and parcel of being at a festival, especially if the British weather is being particularly uncooperative. However, if the accident which occurs can be directly traced back to either action or inaction on the part of the organiser of the event then they may be liable for a claim for compensation which can be sought via Gloucestershire accident claim Solicitors.
As part of their responsibilities as organisers of these events, festival managers and concert venue owners have a legal obligation to safeguard the general public. This means that they have a duty of care to ensure that all members of the public who attend their venue or gig will be safe as they do so. If they can be found to be breaching this duty then they can be held to pay compensation to any injured person. This compensation can be sought through Gloucestershire accident claim Solicitors.
Some accidents cannot be foreseen. They simply occur and nobody could have imagined they would happen or done anything to prevent them. However, there are other instances where a risk has been taken, a corner has been cut or a situation has been ignored. For example, if security were cut to better manage a budget and an accident occurred as the result of a lack of security then any injuries caused by that accident can be found to be the fault of the organisers.
Seeking Compensation through Gloucestershire Accident Claim Solicitors
Accident Advice Helpline have years of experience gaining compensation for people who have received injuries which they weren’t responsible for causing. A 30 second test can quickly establish the likely success of a claim whereupon the claim can be fully managed by Gloucestershire accident claim Solicitors.
Date Published: 30th September 2014
Author: David Brown