If you are looking for an injury claim solicitor in Kempton Park online, then you may have had a traffic accident on your way to the racecourse, or perhaps you suffered an injury while there. Going to the races is a great way to spend a day, but being in a public place can be hazardous and being around horses can be dangerous too.
Day at the races? Hazards are around
If you are spending a day at a racecourse, there are all kinds of accidents which you could be involved in. The most common accidents are slips, trip and falls, as they can happen anywhere. At a racecourse, you could slip on a wet floor, and break a limb. If you are close to a horse which is temperamental you could receive a kick, bite or have your foot crushed if one steps on your foot. If you are between a horse and a gate, then you could accidentally be crushed against it by a horse.
Then, of course, you could also get food poisoning after eating a meal at a restaurant at the racecourse or on your way to it.
Filing a personal injury claim
If any of the above happens to you, it is possible that you have grounds to file a personal injury claim in Kempton Park. To make a successful claim, you have to be able to show that your injury or illness occurred through no fault of your own. You should also file a claim within three years of the accident occurring.
If you suffer from food poisoning, then you should seek medical treatment and keep receipts from the restaurant or other eatery where you think you picked up the bacteria which caused the food poisoning. If you bought contaminated meat products then you should keep the packaging as well as the receipt and the environmental health department should be alerted so that the premises can be checked in order to prevent widespread food poisoning occurring.
Finding the right injury claim solicitor in Kempton Park
If you are looking through the phone book for a solicitor, then you may well have not find one. Looking up ‘accident injury claim in Kempton Park’ in an internet search engine might also yield no results.
If you have been involved in an accident which was not your fault and you sustained an injury, then you should discuss the possibility of making a personal injury compensation claim with a solicitor who has experience of handling compensation claims for similar injuries and accidents.
The same is true if you have been diagnosed with an occupational or work-related injury.
Take the test..
You can take Accident Advance Helpline’s thirty second test which gives you an idea of how much you might get if your claim for compensation is successful and see what Accident Advice Helpline – a law firm – is all about. We have a team of solicitors who work all over the UK who are specialists in dealing with personal injury compensation claims. Call on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 11th September 2013
Author: David Brown