Clifford Bridge is a small town located just a few miles outside of Coventry in England. There is a school in the region, which shares its name with the town, Clifford Bridge Primary School.
Your child could have suffered an injury through no fault of its own, while on school premises. In these situations, you are entitled to compensation by the school. Contact a solicitor in Clifford Bridge to help obtain this compensation for injuries inflicted upon your child.
Contacting a Solicitor in Clifford Bridge
Children are not always aware of the danger certain activities pose to their health and well being. You will need a solicitor who understands this and will be able to work with you and your child; while at the same time keeping the legal technicalities of the situation in mind.
Fighting a case against a school can sometimes be difficult, which is why you will need the help of a solicitor who knows how to handle these cases and is also experienced in this field. Your solicitor in Clifford Bridge from Accident Advice Helpline will have just the experience and knowledge needed to deal with these cases. This will greatly increase your chances of winning the case and receiving compensation for your child’s injuries.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline via your mobile phone at 0333 500 0993 for the assistance and the advice you need. You may also browse the AAH website and see whether or not your case qualifies by going through the accidents and criteria section; or you can take the 30-second test to get an estimate of the amount of money you could get in compensation.
How your Solicitor in Clifford Bridge will help you with your case
Your child could hurt themselves in any number of ways, from relatively minor cuts and bruises to more serious injuries.
- Your child might have suffered a broken foot by slipping on a wet floor. By not putting up a sign indicating that the floor is wet, the school will have indirectly caused the injury.
- A child may not have been aware of the dangers of playing with containers containing dangerous chemicals. These chemicals pose a serious threat of personal injury to your child. Not labeling or improperly storing these chemicals could place an unsuspecting child at risk of hurting themselves.
- Your child might not have been aware of the consequences of playing with unattended, dangerous equipment and end up hurting themselves. Leaving dangerous equipment out poses a serious risk to your child, for which the school is responsible.
In any case, if the school has not put up labels to guide children away from dangerous places or equipment, they are responsible for your child’s injuries and they must be justly compensated.
Date Published: 6th April 2014
Author: David Brown