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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in West Dorset


    Common injuries at concerts and when to make an injury claim after suffering one

    If you are at a concert, then you are probably already aware of some of the things which may pose a risk to you. Concert venues are often very dark and very crowded, making it more likely that you will trip and fall, or that you will be pushed down by accident. Not only this, but there is often a lot of alcohol within venues, and drunk people can cause accidents quite often, whilst the level of sound within these venues is almost always at potentially dangerous levels for your hearing.

    If you want to take care of yourself properly within a venue, it might help to know which are some of the most common injuries, and how you can prevent them.

    • Slips and falls. A concert venue is almost always a very dark environment, with slippery floors due to spilt drinks and the type of flooring that there is. With being unable to see quite as well and all of the people in the venue blocking your view of the ground. slipping or falling over is fairly common and can be quite painful.
    • Crowd injuries. These can be very dangerous if you are not careful, as in a crowd you are exposed to a huge number of people, who are all moving and pushing at the same time. If you are at the front of a crowd right by the barrier then you risk being squashed by the force of the crowd moving forward, whilst at other shows you risk being pushed around by people dancing or moshing.
    • Alcohol-based injuries. Drinking at concerts should be kept to a fairly low level, however it isn’t always and if you are drinking at a concert you may injure yourself seriously because you don’t know the venue as well as you may know the pubs and clubs that you normally drink in. It is also quite easy to lose your friends because of the amount of people that are around.

    Making an injury claim in West Dorset

    You may be injured at a venue due to the crowd in general, or your own negligence, and in this case there is little you can do. However, if you can prove that the venue could have prevented your accident and yet didn’t, you might want to think about making an injury claim in West Dorset. Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years’ experience with personal injury compensation claims, and works with experienced and professional injury lawyers to help you make your injury claim in West Dorset and get the compensation that you deserve.

    You should call the helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 to find out more about making an injury claim in West Dorset, and decide if you wnat to make one.

    Date Published: 30th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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