The ‘no win, no fee*’ Elstow Morris-dancing accident injury claim specialist
A little bit of Morris-dancing never hurt anybody; or did it? You might need the services of a specialist ‘no win, no fee*’ Elstow Morris-dancing accident injury claim solicitor, if, whilst strutting your stuff, you’re struck in the face by a Morris stick, or even a handkerchief, and break a bone or sustain an eye injury. Stranger things, as they say, have happened, for example…
One 15-strong group of Morris-dancers were told by police to stop dancing at the White Lion pub, in Warlingham, Surrey. A member of the public had reported them for a noise offence, after which the police asked the troupe to exit stage left, in the interests of community peace. It’s not often that Morris-dancing is thought to be in any way offensive, but in this instance, it clearly was – at least in one person’s book.
Launching a ‘no win, no fee*’ Elstow Morris-dancing accident injury claim
Sometimes, shards of wood can splinter off the Morris-sticks and strike someone causing an injury, and sometimes small children can inadvertently get in the way, and sustain an injury. In cases like these, be it a Morris-dancer, a spectator, or a child that is injured, Accident Advice Helpline can be called on to help launch a personal injury claim. All troupes of public performers, be they acrobats or Morris-dancers, must have public liability insurance.
Accident Advice Helpline – The accident injury claim lawyer you know you can rely on
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we take any injury claim seriously. Our business ethics of accountability, dependability, integrity, and reliability have always held us in good stead, and as a professional ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim law firm, we are authorised and regulated by the solicitors regulation authority.
With 200 solicitors working for us, each with their own specialities and expertise, we have experience in every type of injury and circumstance, so you know you can rely on Accident Advice Helpline to handle your claim, especially when people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen says, “Take my advice, you can trust Accident Advice Helpline to look after you.”
Settling out of court
The more evidence you provide to back up your claim, the better. This should be collected at the time. Even if you don’t collect actual witness statements, at least make a note of the names and addresses of any witnesses who are willing to offer statements in support. The majority of the cases we handle never go to court; they are handled outside of court between insurance companies. To get an idea of how much your claim could be worth, you can make use of the ‘HOW MUCH’ calculator that can be found on our Accident Advice Helpline website. It takes only 30 seconds.
To find out more speak to one of our experienced advisers on our toll-free helpline.
- 0800 689 0500 from a landline or
- 0333 500 0993 from a mobile