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When it comes to finding the perfect hobby or activity for an evening or weekend, many people tend to find that they have a little of the adrenaline junkie living inside them. They might opt for an outing with a little danger or something which makes the heart pound as they start to investigate possible outings.
Of course, there is a huge difference to finding an activity which gives an adrenaline rush and one which is actually dangerous because of poor supervision or the risk of an accident and as much as many people enjoy fear, they dislike the notion of flirting with disaster.
If you have received injuries whilst on a day out, you may have the right to make a claim for compensation from Havering ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors
Planet of the Apes
One of the favourite activities currently for adults and children are forest set adventure playgrounds where they can climb, swing and abseil through the trees. There are centres throughout the United Kingdom offering these experiences with highly skilled and qualified supervisors.
In most cases, an experience includes safety equipment, helmets, supervision and training in the use of ropes before a person is allowed to enter the actual assault course, and they can expect to receive supervision as they partake.
For the vast majority of the time, these centres are extremely safe and the only fear is that which is completely safe and controlled.
However, there are incidents where accidents happen as the result of poor supervision, maintenance or building work and in these situations, Havering ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors may make a claim for compensation on behalf of the injured party.
Claiming Compensation through Havering ‘No Win, No Fee*’ solicitors
The right to make a claim for compensation through Havering ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors comes from health and safety regulations. These regulations state that any person or organisation opening or operating a business must take all reasonable steps to safeguard the public.
It does not matter what the nature of their business is, their responsibility exists regardless. However, the more dangerous their business, the more conscious of the risks they must be. Therefore, a business owner operating a woodland assault course would need to take different steps to maintain health and safety than the owner of a cafe.
In either event, should that business owner fail to make adequate safety measures any person who became injured as a result would have the right to make a claim for compensation through Havering no win no fee* solicitors.
It’s likely that an accident in or on an assault course would cause serious injuries and for this reason, Accident Advice Helpline do not believe anyone should have to suffer. Whether your losses have been physical, psychological or financial, a 30 second test could quickly establish whether you’re entitled to make a claim for compensation.