‘No Win, No Fee’ if you’ve been injured in a public place in Tameside
You may be aware that whenever you enter any public building or property, the owner of that building together with any staff they employ has a duty of care to your safety. This duty effectively means that they are bound by law to take any and all reasonable measurements to ensure your safety during your time on their property.
Should they fail in this duty of care either by negligence, failure to take such measurements or by causing an accident through dangerous behaviour, the same law which gives them their duty of care also gives you the right to make a claim for compensation which you can do by contacting ‘no win, no fee’solicitors about being injured in a public place in Tameside.
Soft Play Areas
As a parent, you’ll want to know that whenever you take your children, no matter their age, to any place intended for them, their health and safety will be paramount in the minds of the people responsible for owning or operating that place.
Should that owner fail and your children become injured as a result, you would have the right to make a claim for compensation for being injured in a public place in Tameside solicitors on behalf of your children.
Every week, thousands of families visit soft play areas. These indoor or outdoor areas are built with children of all ages in mind and offer a fun, soft and safe environment for fun and exploration. The rules which govern these places are stringent and although the vast majority of them carry a disclaimer which states that the owners cannot be held responsible for any accident which may occur during play, there are limits to this.
For example, if your child was climbing and fell as a result of you or a family member failing to supervise them properly, the fault for the accident could not lie with the owner of the soft play area. However, if your child was injured by a sharp object within the area or an exposed edge which should be covered to make the soft play area soft, then the fault for your child’s injuries could be apportioned to the owners and staff of the soft play area for failing in their duty of care towards your family. In this situation, compensation could be sought through ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors.
To assess the circumstances of your accident and to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim for compensation, Accident Advice Helpline offer a 30 second test.
Seeking Compensation through ‘No Win, No Fee’ Solicitors After Being Injured in a Public Place in Tameside
If your child has suffered injuries in a soft play area as the result of an accident which you or they were not responsible for, ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors can offer the support you need to clam the compensation you deserve. It’s likely that you’ll need to take time away from work as your child recovers, and the compensation you claim could ensure you’re don’t suffer financially. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.