Most people would like their children to get as round an education as possible. As a consequence, the majority of parents will be willing to accept that their son or daughter might get injured in the process of learning as a result of their own actions, either by not listening to what they have been told or simply by acting foolishly.
However, if you are a parent you probably won’t be willing to put up with your son or daughter being injured as a consequence of a school’s negligence. If one of your kids were to be injured as result of the school he or she was attending failing to look after their welfare, there will be a chance that you might be able to make a claim for no win no fee school accidents in Norwich compensation.
School accidents in Norwich and no win no fee compensation
Maybe your child was injured during a PE lesson as a result of the school using broken apparatus. If your son or daughter were to be hurt after using some shoddy gym equipment, there will be a chance that you might be able to take action. As the school would have had a requirement to make sure all of the gym equipment it allowed pupils to use was 100% safe, it might be the case that it would be deemed to be negligent under these circumstances.
Alternatively, perhaps your son or daughter was hurt during a design technology lesson, having been left alone with some electrical circuitry without being shown how to handle it safely. If your child were to receive an electric shock as a result of a teacher’s negligence, you might well find that you could have a case for compensation against the local authority that runs your child’s school.
Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline
If your child has been injured in an accident at school that was not his or her fault, you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline if you would like to find out more about how to go about seeking compensation for what happened. If you would like to avail yourself of the opportunity to speak with one of our friendly and professional claims advisors on the phone, all you will need to do is give us call. You can get in touch directly by either dialling 0800 689 0500 from your landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 9th February 2014