For many people, there is nothing like the thrill of a live concert. Whether they’re at a stadium gig or a more intimate evening of music, nothing compares to hearing a song they love sang live and heard as it was intended.
The feeling is often reciprocated by the musician in question and many confirm that it is for the love of performing that they entered their profession.
However, the larger the gig in question, the more chance there is of an injury to a spectator. If you have received an injury at a concert you attended, you may be entitled to compensation through Harrow ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors.
When you attend any public event, whether it’s a concert, a play at the theatre or a bonfire party, you have a legal right to be safe as you do so. You can expect that the organisers of any such event and all staff working for them and on their behalf will take all reasonable steps to ensure the safety of all spectators.
This legal right is known as a duty of care and in the event of a duty being breached either through a lack of action, a lack of care, or the negligence of the organisers, then compensation may be awarded to an injured party who may choose to seek it through Harrow no win no fee* solicitors.
Although the vast majority of these events are safe and well managed, accidents that could quite easily happen may include unsafe barriers being used for crowd control purposes, building collapse for either sets, stages or foundations, crushing injuries and the usual array of slips, trips and falls.
Any and all of these accidents could lead to major injuries and the human body can be extremely frail. It could be the case that it only takes a minor accident to cause a major injury and the victim would need time to recover from painful injuries during which time they might need to take an absence from their work. They and their family could be left financially lacking as the result of a situation they did not cause and as a result, the compensation they are entitled to claim through Harrow no win no fee* solicitors could ensure that their financial losses are minimised, as well as ensuring that the person who caused their accident is brought to justice.
Seeking Compensation through Harrow ‘No Win, No Fee*’ solicitors
Whatever the nature of your injuries, Accident Advice Helpline don’t believe anyone should have to suffer unnecessarily. A 30 second test could quickly establish whether your claim is valid and thereafter, Harrow ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors could ensure that your claim is processed quickly and efficiently meaning that whatever the nature of your injuries, you can relax and recuperate without any financial hardship to you and your family. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 17th October 2014
Author: David Brown