As a thriving borough of London, Haringey has numerous shops, food outlets and entertainment venues including the world-famous Alexandra Palace. Holding up to 11,000 people the palace, or ‘Ally Pally’ as it is affectionately known, hosts numerous events such as concerts, exhibitions, conferences and weddings.
The building and its environs are popular with both local residents and visitors and over a million people a year enjoy its magnificent architecture and packed program of events. A lake, deer enclosure, pitch and put, farmers market and ice-skating rink ensure that the 196 acres of parkland adjoining it are enjoyed by all ages and used year round.
The rest of Haringey has 600 acres of parkland and recreation areas, with over a quarter of the local area being given over to green open spaces. Being outdoors whatever the weather and time of year can be a relaxing and diverting way to pass the time, but if you are injured Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ lawyers could help you to claim compensation.
Can Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ lawyers advise me regarding my claim?
Being an extremely established law firm with excellent lawyers throughout the UK, and a friendly and helpful team of advisers on hand to answer your queries, look no further than Accident Advice Helpline for professional compensation guidance. The phone lines are open 24/7 and are free to call on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
What type of injuries can Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ lawyers pursue compensation for on my behalf?
Accidents that are not your fault may occur more frequently in certain types of weather or at certain times of the year and may put you at risk of injury resulting in the need for Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ lawyers. Weather such as rain, wind and snow can create hazardous conditions and require appropriate and immediate action from those responsible for safety.
- Falling tree branches – wind can cause significant damage to trees and buildings, splintering branches and damaging roof tiles. Areas that are at risk should be sealed off, signposted and repaired as quickly as possible. Falling debris can cause head injuries and lacerations which require immediate medical attention.
- Broken benches – cold or wet weather can buckle untreated or old wood causing it to splinter or weaken. Laceration or puncture wounds can occur if slats break, fragment or cave in. Benches should be inspected and repaired at regular intervals to prevent injury.
- Broken paving – any type of weather can cause pavements to buckle, including freezing snow and extremely hot weather. Signs should warn of potential hazards or be cordoned off. Slips and trips are a risk and can lead to sprains or fractures.
Date Published: 11th September 2014
Author: David Brown