There are numerous parks of all shapes and sizes in London, one of which is Battersea Park. This is located in Battersea itself, which is in south London but is actually pretty close to central London. The park has been open since 1858, and since then it has been a rarity indeed for anyone to be injured while enjoying the park. In fact, very few might have potential cause to speak with injury solicitors in Battersea Park.
The park has changed a lot over the years since it was first opened. There are all kinds of features to be seen there, including the old bandstand, a children’s zoo and various sporting facilities. If you decide to go there for the day, you are sure to have a great time.
Exploring London’s parks
Every park in the London area is very well kept and tended to at all times. This means the odds of any potential hazards being present are very slim indeed. If anything is seen that could potentially cause a problem, it is dealt with and resolved as quickly as possible.
Of course, slips, trips and falls can happen anywhere, and this holds true for London parks just as it does for every other area in England and beyond – regardless of whether it is indoors or outdoors. This means you should be alert for potential hazards even while you are enjoying your surroundings. Even though injury solicitors in Battersea Park and elsewhere are only too glad to help in cases that might lead to compensation for the injured parties, no one wants to see someone else injured in the first place.
What can you do?
When you are hurt, your first thought will be to work out how bad the injury is. In some instances, no medical help will be needed. On the other hand, you might need urgent medical assistance if the injury is a serious one. Making sure you contact injury solicitors in Battersea Park would be a great first step, although calling 0800 689 0500 to be put through to Accident Advice Helpline would be better still.
The solution here is easy, and our experts can tell you very soon indeed whether any claim you make might be successful. We can never guarantee success, of course, but we’ll never charge any solicitors’ fees if your case isn’t won, so you’re perfectly safe.
For more information about no-win, no-fee and to ask about the criteria for making a claim, why not get in touch with us and have a no-obligation chat?
Date Published: 22nd December 2013
Author: David Brown