Chigwell Row is a village within the Epping Forest in Essex. When we live in a village and have children we often get them involved in different social activities like guides, scouts, gymnastics and being in a choir. This is mostly beneficial to your child’s development unless the person who is supposed to be supervising does not act appropriately with a lackadaisical approach. For instance, if your young child was on the trampoline and then left unattended. Young children would not understand about the safety aspects of too many children being on a trampoline and they could all jump onto it. This could result in personal injuries for your child. In a situation like this, you may wish to find out about claiming compensation with solicitors in Chigwell Row in ones based elsewhere.
Another accident waiting to happen with young children at paid social activities is if they are given lollipops and then allowed to go on the bouncy castle while still sucking on the lollipop. Young children do not understand that they could easily choke in a situation like that and it is the duty of care of the responsible adult to make sure that situations like that do not occur. If your child is in an accident in a similar situation, you may be able to claim compensation with solicitors in Chigwell Row or ones based elsewhere.
If your child’s accident was in the last three years and was due to the negligence of someone else who was assuming responsibility for them at the time the accident happened then you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out whether you might be able to claim compensation. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Accident Advice Helpline does not have injury solicitors in Chigwell Row working directly for them. However, this doesn’t matter, they can still help you. They are a national personal injury law firm that work with accident victims in all areas of the UK. So if you need injury solicitors in Chigwell Row or anywhere else get in touch!
To give you peace of mind when enrolling your children in outside activities you can follow a few steps to hopefully make sure that your child is safe.
Do your homework
Talk to other parents whose children attend regularly and find out as much as you can about the sessions. Also, if you know parents whose children have attended but left, find out if there is a specific reason why they no longer attend.
Most children’s outside activities are safe, fun and advantageous to their progress but it is always better to be well informed with anything which your child is involved with.
If you want to find out more about whether you could make a claim then call Accident Advice Helpline, free, on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice from out friendly, professional advisers.
Date Published: 22nd May 2014
Author: David Brown