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The majority of people are aware that the owners of public buildings and properties, their employers, road users and even themselves have responsibilities to other members of the public with regards to safety. They may know that these responsibilities are known as a “duty of care” and are probably aware that in the event of a duty failing due to action, lack of action or negligence, compensation is available to any person who receives an injury or is involved in an accident. This compensation may be sought through Rugby no win no fee solicitors.
However, there are just as many accidents which are purely accidents. They could not have been foreseen or prevented and it was not the actions of a third party which led to them happening. Therefore, if there is nobody to blame for an accident, it stands to reason that Rugby no win no fee solicitors have no party to pursue for compensation on behalf of an accident victim.
However, even if the incident which led to an injury being present is a pure accident with nobody to blame, there could still be a situation whereby Rugby no win no fee expert solicitors were able to seek compensation for a victim.
When a person receives injuries in an accident the first course of action is usually first aid. Whether they have visible bleeding or other injuries, appear to be in shock or complain of lack of feeling, a trained professional or a person with qualifications in first aid should treat them at the scene and then recommend further treatment if required, either in the form of a trip to hospital in an ambulance or a follow up treatment such as physiotherapy.
Whatever the format of the first aid, its aim at all times is to treat the patient and make them better.
However, this is not always the case.
Botched first aid, either incorrectly administered or given to the wrong part of the body can not only leave the patient with their original injuries but could also make the situation far worse. For example, if CPR were performed wrongly it could leave a patient with broken ribs, lung damage or even more serious injuries. Admittedly, if a member of the public was trying to help then it might seem churlish for Rugby no win no fee specialist solicitors to seek a claim on behalf of the injured party but if the person giving the first aid was a trained professional and still failed then it is the duty of care which has been breached and for this, there may be a case to answer whereby compensation could be awarded.
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Date Published: 1st November 2014
Author: David Brown