Enniskillen is a town in Northern Ireland, which has hosted several international events over the years. The Castle Coole is one of the area’s various landmarks and many people also often visit the Town Square, as it is quite popular. If your child has been injured in a non-fault accident in Enniskillen, you would be best to contact a leading law firm, such as Accident Advice Helpline to get help with developing the claim against your child’s school. With a solicitor’s help, your chances of winning the case will be increased and you will receive compensation for the pain and suffering your child has been through in the event of the accident.
How to claim for a non-fault accident in Enniskillen
If you are interested in hiring a solicitor, call Accident Advice Helpline. Our advisers are capable and friendly and able to answer any queries that you have about making a claim for a non-fault accident in Enniskillen. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have an enviable reputable built over the 15 years since our inception with successful compensation claims for our loyal clientele. You can read testimonials written by clients on Accident Advice Helpline’s website. If you want to know whether or not your case qualifies for compensation, you can go through the accidents and criteria section found on our website.
How your solicitor in Enniskillen could help with your case
School accidents can have both short and long term affects on your child later, though that depends on the extent of the injuries sustained. This is exactly why they are entitled to compensation, provided that the accident did not occur due to the child’s actions.
Your solicitor will assist you with your non-fault accident in Enniskillen by collaborating with you and your child, so that the grounds upon which to demand compensation can be firmly established. Your chances of winning will then be greatly increased.
- Your child may have injured himself while playing with certain chemicals in the school laboratory, which were not properly labelled as not to be touched or played with. Or the school might not have educated students about the warning signs on the chemical containers and what they meant.
- It is possible for your child to have slipped on a puddle in the school bathroom; because of which, he may have a broken wrist or a fractured foot which would not only affect his academics performance, but would limit his movement too.
- Your child could have sustained a sporting injury because he was not provided with the appropriate gear he needed in order to protect himself.
Call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Call now!
Date Published: 6th May 2014
Author: David Brown