Injury claim in Kingham


Kingham is located about four miles south west of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. Though there are many guidelines and restrictions given to the drivers on roads in the area, accidents still do occur and sometimes innocent motorists and passengers have no control over the situations that unfortunately happen. The same also goes for schools and lots of other private premises. Hence, an injury claim in Kingham is filed for a lot of different injuries that have occurred in the area.

Reasons for making an injury claim in Kingham

The accidents in schools, colleges, play school, daycare and universities are very common and occur quite frequently. The people who get affected by kind of injuries that happen on such premises might be students, teachers and visitors, such as parents or drivers.

An injury Claim in Kingham due to school accidents are usually due to these incidents:

  • A person might have slipped somewhere in the school premises;
  • A person might have been hurt because of some equipment or machinery that is defective, like desks, chair or any other play items;
  • When a person is asked to carry or lift any heavy load without any proper training;
  • Injury due to any physical activity like playing or exercise within the school premises; or
  • Food poisoning and dehydration.

Monitor students to prevent accidents

The schools should appoint a separate staff member to monitor the students and control their activities all the time within the school campus. This stops the major accidents from occurring inside the school premises, and ultimately an injury claim in Kingham can be avoided. However, this doesn’t always happen, which leads to the unfortunate accidents.

So, if a parent or child is injured in the school and it was not their fault, they can claim for compensation. This is done only with the help of an expert who is experienced in handling these kinds of injury claim in Kingham cases, such as Accident Advice Helpline.

How Accident Advice Helpline can get involved

Accident Advice Helpline are experts when it comes to filing personal injuries claims. In fact, we have been in the business for 15 years. We will try to ensure that the claim you have filed is successful, and you can start this process by calling us on the free number 0800 689 0500, or if you are calling from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

You will be greeted by professionals who are ready to provide you with all the information you need in order to go forwards with your case. There is also no need to worry about funding, as Accident Advice Helpline lawyers work on a 100% no win no fee* basis.

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