How you can claim compensation for an accident at school
The schools where our kids go to learn and grow as individuals must provide a safe environment for everyone. Unfortunately, sometimes children get hurt in various accidents whether inside the school building or outside within the school grounds.
There are many types of accidents other than the regular slips and falls that parents should be concerned about. If your child gets hurt in an accident while at school and you believe that someone else is to blame for that, you should make sure to call Accident Advice Helpline who will provide your personal injury lawyer in Tettenhall Wood as soon as you can.
Why you should call a personal injury lawyer in Tettenhall Wood
Tettenhall Wood is a Wolverhampton suburb located in England. The area is widely popular for its beautiful United Reform and Christ churches.
When you contact a personal injury lawyer in Tettenhall Wood you will be able to get answers to all of your questions and learn all about the details of your potential compensation claim. Such a professional will give you a sound advice and work on getting you compensation on a no win, no fee* basis.
How these accidents happen
In some cases children get hurt while playing in the school yard or the school building. Sometimes, these accidents are results of poorly-maintained playgrounds. Kids can also get hurt as a result of defective equipment such as chairs or desks for example.
There are also cases when children get hurt while on a school excursion. These accidents still count as school accidents even though they happened far away from the school grounds. It is important to make absolutely sure that the fault for the accident was someone else’s before taking legal action.
How to find legal help
Finding proper legal help can be much easier than you think. You will need to find a specialist and experienced solicitor who has successfully handled similar types of cases before. You can find such a solicitor by calling our personal injury lawyer in Tettenhall Wood. This way you will increase your chances of receiving compensation for the injuries that your child sustained as a result of someone’s negligence or poor supervision.
Finding out if you can actually claim compensation or not is also very easy. All you have to do is take 30 seconds of your time to complete the easy Accident Advice Helpline test. The 30-second test will also help you find out how much you can claim for approximately. If you want to contact Accident Advice Helpline, you can do so 24/7. The number 0800 689 0500 can be called free from a land line and 0333 500 0993 is the number you should dial when calling from a mobile phone. You can also text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 to get a call back.
Date Published: 6th October 2014
Author: David Brown