Making an injury claim in Shillington
If you have children who have been injured as a consequence of an accident that wasn’t their fault that happened at their school, after-school or breakfast club, you, and they, may have an injury claim in Shillington case. The same applies to nurseries. That’s right; if one of your kids has been hurt while in the care of a school or other childcare provider and comes to harm as a consequence of somebody else’s negligence, you may be able to claim monetary compensation. Depending on the severity of your child’s injuries, this could amount to many thousands of pounds. This could be ploughed into a trust fund for your kids, or used to pay for their education as they grow older.
Launching an injury claim in Shillington case
Don’t feel bad about launching a case against your school or childcare provider. It has a duty to provide a safe environment for your kids. If it fails to do so, it should face an injury claim in Shillington case and be forced to pay compensation if a court decides the circumstances warrant it. In some cases your childcare provider or school may not even have to directly meet the costs of your case out of its education budget. Some institutions will have liability insurance, while others may have any such liabilities taken care of by their local council. It will depend on the structure of the organisation you’re dealing with.
At the end of the day, if your child has been hurt in this way, the same could happen to somebody else’s if you don’t take action. So as well as potentially pocketing a large sum of money in compensation, you could also be doing other parents a favour. If your kid has been hurt due to suffering a slip or fall as a result of shabby maintenance, or has been exposed to asbestos in a school building, a childcare provider might only tidy up its act if somebody like you decides that this isn’t on and takes action.
What can I claim for?
On top of slips, falls and exposure to asbestos, you may also be able to make an injury claim in Shillington case against your school or childcare provider for sporting injuries, food poisoning or injuries sustained on defective equipment, such as broken desks or tables.
To find out if you may be able make a claim on behalf of your child, get in touch with a no win-no fee personal injury law firm such as Accident Advice Helpline. Its advisors will be able to tell you if you might have a case and whether the firm will be able to represent you. You may also be given a ballpark figure of what you could hope to win in compensation, although this will only be an estimation. Call us on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile).