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    Injury claim lawyer in Holsworthy


    Injury claim lawyer in Holsworthy

    Kids being kids, they’re bound to get injured at school occasionally as part of the rough and tumble of play or a sporting event. But if your child has become injured as the result of an accident that wasn’t their fault at school, you may be able to launch a case with an injury lawyer in Holsworthy and win thousands of pounds of compensation. You may even be able to launch proceedings as the result of an injury you suffered at school as a child. Typically, personal injury cases can only be brought for accidents that occurred with the previous three years, but this rule may not apply for an incident in which you were involved as a minor.

    What might I be able to launch a case for?

    You may be able to take action with an injury lawyer in Holsworthy if your child was injured through a school’s negligence. This could involve maintenance issues or teachers failing to take adequate care of your child while they were in their care. Don’t feel bad about taking action against your child’s school. By law, the school will not be able to discriminate against your child in any way as a consequence of any action you take.

    At the end of the day, if your child’s school has failed in its duty of care, it should be made to pay. If every parent whose child was injured at school did not take action, an environment in which lax standards were tolerated might become the norm. As Edward Burke put it: “All it takes for evil to succeed is for a few good men to do nothing.” In essence, if you don’t take action against your child’s school, the same fate that befell your kid could happen to somebody else’s.

    No win no fee* representation

    If you think you may have a case against your child’s school and want to look into taking action against it with an injury claim lawyer in Holsworthy, you’ll need to get in touch with a personal injury firm — preferably one that might be able to represent you on a no win no fee* basis. If this is the case, you could do a lot worse than picking up the phone now and calling Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out if we may be able to work with you. If we can handle your case, you won’t need to pay anything upfront and won’t be liable to pay any fees if your case were to be unsuccessful.

    You may be able to win thousands of pounds. You could put this aside in a trust fund for your child. This could later be used for university fees or a deposit on a house. You owe it your child to take action if you feel they have been wronged.

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    Date Published: 27th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.