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As winter starts to draw in, many shops and public places are inviting members of the public to take part in slightly more interactive experiences than normal. From Haunted Houses to Grottos the winter is certainly ‘take part’ season and everyone is invited.
Whether you’re looking for something that goes bump in the night, or happy to wander around a Winter Wonderland, the emphasis is on family fun.
However, crowded events can quickly sour and an accident could happen, however careful you are whilst attending. If you have been injured at a public event in an accident which was not your fault, you have the right to claim compensation through Halton no win no fee* solicitors.
Whatever type of event you’re attending, you have the right to expect that it will be well organised. This expectation is actually covered by law and in its essence states that any person or organisation who is holding an event (either as a one off or a series such as a winter festival) will take all steps needed to ensure public safety.
This means they will ensure that all buildings, equipment and exhibitions are safe, fit for purpose and able to withstand pressure (so, a floor will be able to handle hours worth of walking, a lit exhibition will be able to withstand having those lights switched on or twinkling for hours at a time, and so on) and will ensure that all staff have the relevant training to ensure these standards.
This is known as a duty of care and if a member of the public is injured as a result of this duty being breached in any way then the injured party has the right to make a claim for compensation from Halton no win no fee* solicitors.
Even a small accident could lead to large and painful injuries. A slip trip or fall could cause fractured bones or severe spraining which could lead to you or a member of your family needing extensive medical treatment, time away from work as you recover or help the member of your family who is recovering and having the inconvenience of needing to plan and alter your lifestyle around those injuries.
It seems to Halton no win no fee* solicitors that if those injuries were then caused by the actions or negligence of another party, that party should have to formally recognise your injuries and suffering.
Claiming Compensation through Halton No Win No Fee* Solicitors
Nobody expects for a family activity such as a haunted house or a Christmas grotto to go wrong and end in an accident but it is the responsibility of the owner or organiser of that event to plan their activity effectively to ensure this is not the case.
Therefore, if you have received an injury, Accident Advice Helpline can assess by way of a 30 second test whether there is a case to answer and thereafter Halton no win no fee* solicitors can seek the compensation you deserve.