Sending children off to school
If you have children, at one point in the past, or coming up in the future, you will need to send your children to school. This can be a very difficult time for many parents, but with the right attitude and a smile at the gates, many parents are happy to wave their children goodbye as they begin their new chapter at school.
School is an exciting time for many children. It’s something new for them to experience where thay can go and broaden their minds and meet lots of new friends – some of whom they may become lifelong friends with.
How to deal with your child experiencing an accident at school
It can be difficult letting go and seeing your child off to school for the first time. You try to ensure that they are as prepared as they need to be and have everything that they need in order to succeed. Sometimes, much like with adults, children can find themselves in situations where they end up enduring an accident that wasn’t in any way shape or form their fault and they can become injured, requiring medical attention.
Luckily, nowadays, most schools have a nurse or auxiliary in the premises, however, if an accident is more serious, there is a chance that a doctor or hospital medic may be required. It is important that if your child has been injured, you take them to hospital or a doctor as soon as possible so that their injuries can be properly diagnosed. This will also help if you choose to make a claim on your child’s behalf through our personal injury lawyer in Sticklepath as they will require medical records.
How to claim through our personal injury lawyer in Sticklepath
There may, unfortunately, come a time when your child needs the legal support of Accident Advice Helpline. If your child has been injured in an accident at school or in the playground due to the negligence of someone else (i.e. another child or a member of staff such as a teacher), there is a high chance that you can make a claim for compensation through Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury lawyers.
To discuss the details of your child’s accident, please feel free to get in touch, or at the very least, check out the helpful information on the Accident Advice Helpline website.
You can phone 0800 689 0500 free from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile (but charges may apply). If you don’t have time to call just now or you would prefer for someone from Accident Advice Helpline to call you back at another time, all you have to do is text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 and we’ll be in touch.