Hambleton No Win No Fee*
When you go on a night out, whether to a pub, bar or nightclub, you expect to have a good time, some good memories and hopefully nothing resembling too much of a hangover the following morning.
Of course, sometimes nights out don’t end quite as planned but we’re told that in the event of an accident or incident we can approach the staff who are there to help.
However, there are occasions where staff might be the cause of the accident or exacerbate the situation. If this is the case Hambleton no win no fee* solicitors can offer support and the opportunity of seeking compensation which you are legally entitled to.
Just the One
Bar and door staff have something of a thankless job. Working hard as everyone else enjoys themselves, argued with and antagonised and rarely recognised for the job they do to ensure everyone else can have a good time.
For the most part, they are highly trained and skilled not only in their jobs and their customer service skills but also in first aid and emergency management. This makes it all the worse when an accident happens whilst you are in their care. However, by contacting Hambleton no win no fee*, you could access the compensation you’re entitled to.
In many cases, an accident on a night out is just that. You might slip, trip or fall due to alcohol intake or slip on the dancefloor as the result of a spillage. In these cases, there is rarely anyone else to blame and as result there is no compensation available through Hambleton no win no fee* solicitors. This is because the law states that in order for Hambleton no win no fee* practitioners to make an application for compensation on behalf of an injured party, it must be shown that a third party person or organisation was responsible, either directly or indirectly, for the injuries caused or the accident which led to those injuries.
Compensation could also be awarded if it can be shown that although your accident was in fact an accident, the poor management of that accident exacerbated your injuries or symptoms. So, for example, if you were to fall in a club and ask the staff to assist but they refused or they performed poor quality first aid on you, causing your existing injuries to become more severe, compensation could be awarded.
Claiming your Compensation through Hambleton No Win No Fee* Solicitors
The legalities of making a claim for compensation are complex and lengthy and as you recover from your accident you may feel that you don’t want the hassle of making a claim. However, compensation is an official recognition of your accident and the actions which led to it and could ensure that such an incident does not occur again. Accident Advice Helpline offer a 30 second test which could quickly establish whether you’re able to make a claim.