If you have a boisterous child, you might have come across somebody who’s been keen to discipline him or her. Perhaps an old lady in the street has told them to pipe down, or maybe somebody has had a go at them for knocking their own child off their balance. Either of these circumstances will probably not be pleasurable for you if you’re around when they happen, but no matter how poorly behaved your child is, nobody will have the right to do him or her an injury while trying to persuade them of the error of their ways.
You might be able to take some form of 100% no win no fee* Rhyl claims action against anybody who did attempt to physically punish your child and do them an injury. If your child sustained a significant injury after being physically admonished by a third party, you could be looking at a pretty decent sum. If you’d like to find out how much you might receive in a personal injury claim of this nature, you would be wise to use this opportunity to avail yourself of the services of the 30-second claims calculator on the right of the page.
All you’ll need to do to get an estimate of what you could be looking at is tap in a few details about the incident for which you want to take action. Once you’ve submitted your query, you’ll be furnished with a ballpark figure of what you might be able to win in compensation.
Making Rhyl claims on behalf of your child
Maybe one of your child’s teachers lost her temper with him or her and threw book at his or her head, causing a nasty black eye and potential damage to his or her sight. Not only is this entirely unacceptable, and grounds upon which you might well be able to take Rhyl claims action, but it could also be a matter for the police.
Perhaps a supermarket worker took it upon themselves to give your child a quick slap across the backside, after he saw him or her pinching something. Again, although your son or daughter might have done something wrong, the worker in question would have no right to lay his hands on him or her. As well as being grounds upon which to make Rhyl claims, this too could also be a matter for the police.
Take advice from Accident Advice Helpline
If your child has been physically hurt by a third party, you would be well advised to both call the police and get in touch with a top 100% no win no fee* Rhyl claims solicitor to find out if you might be in a position to seek a compensation payout. Anything you win could be put in a trust until your child is older. If you want to discuss your claim in more detail with an adviser then dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.