Learn more about claiming for serious injuries in Bowness-on-Windermere
Bowness-on-Windermere is a town in the Lake District in Cumbria. If you have a child at school there who has been in an accident or a child who has been taken on a school trip there and suffered personal injuries you may be able to claim compensation with solicitors after sustaining serious injuries in Bowness-on-Windermere. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out more.
A no win no fee* basis
Essentially, to claim compensation with solicitors in Bowness-on-Windermere the accident needs to have been due to the negligence of a third party. For instance, if your child is young and staff have neglected to perform a duty of care, you might be able to claim compensation with solicitors in Bowness-on-Windermere. If your compensation case is taken on, it will be on a no win no fee* basis. Most claims can be processed by telephone, so if the accident took place within the last three years, you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline immediately. Lines are always open. The freephone numbers are 0800 689 05000800 689 0500 or from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
It is upsetting when our children get hurt when they are supposed to be being educated. Education is such an essential part of our formative years. It’s a huge part of all our lives so much so that it inspired the playwright Willy Russell to use it as a running theme in some of his work.
In ‘Our Day Out’, we see the progress class, which was the name for the students who struggled with their studies, being taken from urban Liverpool to Conwy Castle in North Wales for a trip. Although the play and television adaptation are comedy drama, both are poignant and remind us that lack of educational opportunities for deprived children means that their future is often bleak.
He cannot read or write
In ‘One Summer’, we see teenagers, Icky and Billy running away from the struggle of living in a deprived urban background to the rosy-coloured rural Wales which Billy enjoyed on a camping trip. When realisation that the camp was only for a few days sets in, they try to worm their way into the home of an ex-teacher turned artist, Kidder. When Kidder discovers that Icky cannot read or write, he attempts to teach him. One of the most poignant moments is when Kidder hands Icky a book which he has written about Icky and Billy. It has illustrations of the two boys in it and words which Icky can read.
‘Educating Rita’ is both a stage play and a film which also explores how education changes the individual. This time, Russell gives us Susan (who calls herself Rita for a period of time) who is a hairdresser, and does a university course where she meets Frank, a middle-aged university lecturer. The text deals with the British class system and self-development but essentially the main theme is still education. Fundamentally, what Russell does is make us think and that’s what the best literature always does. Get in touch today if you’ve sustained serious injuries in Bowness-on-Windermere.
Date Published: 19th April 2014
Author: David Brown