Richmondshire ‘no win, no fee’
When you take your children out for the day or part of it, you do so with the intention of keeping them safe as you do. As a parent, it is your role and responsibility to ensure that whatever your children might be doing at the time, no harm comes to them.
Although it is your responsibility, you have to also rely on other people in order to keep them safe for a lot of the time. For example, when you take them to school and leave them to their day, you are in effect handing over the responsibility for their wellbeing to the school and the staff who work there.
The same is true of an afternoon out with the family. If you take your children to a zoo for example, you expect that as long as you continue to look out for them, no harm should come to them. If it does, it may be that you can seek compensation on their behalf through Richmondshire ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors.
Any person or organisation which owns or operates a public building or facility has a duty under the law to ensure that their premises and equipment are both fit for purpose and safe for use. They also have a duty to ensure that all staff are fully trained to perform their duties safely and mindfully of others. This responsibility is known as a duty of care.
Just as it is a legal obligation, the law which governs it allows for any person who is injured in an accident which results from the failure or breach of that duty to claim compensation for their suffering. They can do so by contacting Richmondshire no win no fee solicitors.
Our children are our most precious things and as parents or family members, we want to ensure that they are safe in whatever they’re doing. In many cases, an accident at a park is just that: an incident which nobody could have foreseen or changed. However, there are instances where the incident should have been prevented and would have been had the staff or organisation which operates the park area been more aware of their duty of care.
For example, if a dangerous hazard such as a broken fence or piece of railing were to remain unnoticed and a child cut themselves, the family could contact Richmondshire ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors to seek compensation on behalf of the injured child.
Seeking Compensation through Richmondshire ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors
If your child has sustained injuries, it’s likely that as well as their own suffering, you will have felt helpless, upset and frightened. It’s also likely that you’ll need to take time away from work to help your child recuperate. It is the opinion of Richmondshire ‘no win, no fee’solicitors that neither you nor your child should suffer in this way and therefore Accident Advice Helpline offer a 30 second test to confirm the validity of your claim. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 3rd November 2014
Author: David Brown