If you are a parent, a student, a teacher or any other individual who may have reason to be on school grounds, Accident Advice Helpline’s Norfolk personal injury claims solicitors may be able to help you win compensation if you have had an accident.
If you have been injured on the grounds of a school, or any other educational facility, and you think the accident which caused your injuries was not your fault, then our Norfolk personal injury claims solicitors will do all they can to make sure that you get the outcome and the financial compensation that you deserve.
Why not take our 30-second test today to find out how much other people who have made Norfolk personal injury claims have received, and to get an idea of how much you could be entitled to receive. Alternatively, if you want to talk to someone directly about the process of making Norfolk personal injury claims, please pick up the phone. We have a free phone helpline that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and our advisers are on hand to provide you with free, no obligation advice.
Making Norfolk personal injury claims
All of our in-house solicitors are fully trained individuals who have extensive knowledge and experience of working on personal injury claims of all sorts including Norfolk personal injury claims. In fact, as a result of all the cases they have worked on Accident Advice Helpline’s solicitors are often regarded as being industry experts. As a result of this you can be sure that you are going to receive the best that there is to offer when it comes to legal representation.
Our personal injury claims solicitors know that in the case of accidents that have occurred on school property that often the council, or local LEA are likely to be held accountable. This is because invariably accidents are caused as a result of failings to maintain equipment, premises or machinery. Alternatively, it may simply be that the necessary safety precautions have not been taken and pupils and members of staff have been injured as a result.
The role of our solicitors is to ensure that the facts of the accident are taken into account and the liable individual is uncovered. They will then ensure that the necessary information and evidence is forwarded on to the relevant individuals to help find support for your claim. Such evidence can take the form of witness statements, photographs, CCTV and written reports.
When it comes to accidents involving faulty equipment, or poorly maintained premises photographs are often the best form of evidence so it is important if you have had this kind of accident that you take photographs immediately afterwards.
If you need any advice please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Date Published: 8th September 2014
Author: David Brown