Have you had an accident in school?
If you have been unfortunate enough to have an accident in a school then Accident Advice Helpline’s Cambridgeshire law firm may be able to help you secure financial compensation for any personal injury you have sustained as a result.
Why not contact us today on our free phone helpline to find out if we can help you get the compensation that you deserve.
Accidents in schools
When you stop and think about it there are a number of different people who may be exposed to the risk of having an accident at school. Obviously there are a range of different people who work in schools including teachers, administrative support staff, cleaners and cooks. There are also often volunteer staff who may be on hand to help supervise play times and other educational activities within the school. All of these people could be at risk from having an accident at school, and if they have been injured then our Cambridgeshire law firm could help them make a claim for a work based accident.
Equally schools are full of students, ranging in age from the very young to teenagers. While children can be prone to more accidents than adults, mainly as a result of their boisterous nature, there are also times when an accident occurs which could have been prevented. Schools have a duty of care to their pupils to ensure that the facilities provided are safe and fit for purpose. They also have a duty to ensure that there are enough teachers or staff members on hand to suitably supervise the amount of students under their care. Failure to do so can result in an accident occurring. If your child has been injured under such circumstances then you may be able to make a claim for compensation on their behalf. Why not contact Accident Advice Helpline’s Cambridgeshire law firm today to find out more?
How our Cambridgeshire law firm can help you
No matter how you have been injured, or whether in fact it is your child who has had the accident, our Cambridgeshire law firm will be on hand to help you through every aspect of the legal process.
We will start by establishing whether or not you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. This can be done easily by completing our 30 second test. After that we can talk you through the process and should you want to continue with your claim, then we will arrange for one of our solicitors to work directly with you.
Most of the documentation can be completed over the phone or via email or letter. This means that you won’t have to travel in to our offices unless you would prefer to meet face to face. We can also settle most claims out of court, so you won’t be inconvenienced in that regard either.
Date Published: 2nd August 2014
Author: David Brown