Thanet is a district within Kent and is a mainly coastal area with a population of around 139,000 people. One of the main towns in Thanet is perhaps better known than Thanet itself, is the seaside town of Margate. It is unlikely that you will ever be in an accident which requires legal help but if you have been involved in an accident and need to make an injury claim in Thanet, we may be able to help with advice or even with making a compensation claim on your behalf.
Were you or one of your family members enjoying a day at the park when disaster struck? Were you injured after an accident happened at the park which wasn’t your fault? Parks should be safe spaces for people, especially as they have been designed with children in mind. Was the design or layout responsible for an accident which led to an injury? Or was the park damaged and in need of repair which led to fall or a cut or worse?
If you or a family member has been hurt at a park in the last three years and it required medical attention then we would like to hear from you and offer our advice and services. You may be able to make an injury claim in Thanet and make a claim for compensation for the injuries sustained.
What do I need to do to claim?
You will need to speak to an expert who can tell you what your rights are and to help determine whether there was any negligence involved. If you have photographs of the area or of the injuries these can help build your case. If you have witnesses who saw what happened on the day and can verify what happened this can also be useful to your case.
We can help
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we want to help. We are a reputable company and we are recommended by Dame Esther Rantzen. We have helped many victims get the compensation they deserve and we hope we can help you too.
Call our friendly team today on our freephone number on 0800 689 0500. There is no obligation and we offer a no win, no fee* service if we take your case forward. Don’t suffer for any longer, call us today and find out what we can do for you.
Date Published: 19th October 2014
Author: David Brown