When “oooh” turns to “aaah”
As November approaches, our minds often turn to the joys of Bonfire Night. The thought of standing around a warm pile of burning wood and watching the pretty, sparkly fireworks lighting up the night sky can instantly take us back to our childhoods. However, things can turn nasty in a second when the “ooohs” going up for the fireworks turn in to “aaahs” as people get injured. If you are injured in an accident at a fireworks display then Accident Advice Helpline’s Milford Haven no win no fee* solicitors may be able to help you make a claim for compensation.
Types of accident
When it comes to accidents that occur at public firework displays there are many that our Milford Haven ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors can assist with. Provided that the accident in question was not your fault, and you were injured as a result, then our solicitors will do all they can to make sure that you get the financial compensation that you are entitled to. Depending on the size of the display or the venue that you are attending you may find that you have to park in the car park. This may be some distance from the display site itself, and you may have to walk a considerable way. If the venue is not properly lit and the floor is uneven in any way, or for any reason, then there is a high chance that you may trip and fall.
Such accidents can cause a number of different injures, from the relatively minor twisted ankle, to broken bones and severe back injuries. Accidents can also occur as a result of the fireworks display itself. If guests are allowed to stand too close to the site where fireworks are being displayed, then there is a high chance that a rogue firework could enter the crowd and cause severe injuries, including burns and amputated digits.
How our Milford Haven no win no fee* solicitors can help
When it comes to making a claim for compensation at a fireworks display, our Milford Haven no win no fee* solicitors can help you by establishing who is legally responsible, or liable, for the accident taking place. They will do this by looking at the information you are able to supply about what happened, and then look at the responsibilities of those involved.
For example, if following a trip in a poorly lit area you are making a claim, then our Milford Haven no win no fee* solicitors would be able to demonstrate that the owners of the land had a duty of care to ensure that it was safe for the public. This would include providing suitable lighting so that people could clearly see the ground and what they were doing.Open Claim Calculator
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