Non accidental injury in children


Starting a claim for non accidental injury in children

Accidents and non accident incidents can involve virtually anyone and unfortunately, this also includes children as well as adults. Whilst everyone hopes that their child won’t have to deal with an injury of any kind, it’s nonetheless the case that children can be hurt in various types of incidents – and in some cases, this may even be the result of another person’s negligence.

Fortunately, however, it may be possible for you to claim compensation for the harm and damage suffered by your child, if they were hurt by another person.

It’s important to remember that incidents can result in not just physical harm, such as broken bones or cuts, but can also include psychological harm and damage; they can severely affect a child’s mental health.

To find out if you could gain compensation from a claim for non accidental injury in children, you should make your first point of contact with Accident Advice Helpline: this is because we have extensive experience when it comes to personal injury law as it is practiced in the United Kingdom and we can help you establish if you could be eligible for compensation for injuries suffered to your child.

Get information about a claim from Accident Advice Helpline

Since 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has been assisting people from all over the United Kingdom when they or their loved ones have been injured in incidents where someone else was to blame. With many years of experience behind us, we have everything needed to offer you expert legal advice and information.

If you are found to be eligible for compensation, we can even provide legal representation, thanks to our in-house team of solicitors. We take every measure to make sure our clients stand the best chance of winning a claim and that includes providing them with a solicitor with experience in their particular kind of accident.

We also offer our claims service on a no win, no fee* basis: you won’t have to pay an upfront fee to start a claim with us and, if you are unable to win your claim, then you won’t have to worry about paying solicitors’ fees.

Ready to find out more? Then pick up the phone and give Accident Advice Helpline a call – dial 0800 689 0500 free from your landline telephone, or call us on your mobile on 0333 500 0993, to speak to one of our advisors. Alternatively, to have an advisor call you back when they’re available, you can text ‘claim365’ to 88010 today.

Don’t miss out on the advice, representation and compensation that can help your child – get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline now.

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