Specialist injury lawyers in Warkworth
As well as being incredibly cruel, zoos that keep large non-indigenous species in cramped captivity can also pose a risk to visitors if they are not well run. If you are unfortunate enough to visit a poorly managed zoo that pays scant regard to the health and safety of its patrons, there will be a chance that you may be injured in an accident that was not any fault of your own as a result of the management’s or staff’s negligence. Under such circumstances, you might be able to use the services of specialist injury lawyers in Warkworth to obtain compensation for your suffering.
Zoos and injury lawyers in Warkworth
The type and number of accidents that might occur at a zoo, or any other business that makes money by showing off animals to the public, are many, and too numerous to list here in full. However, what follows are a few examples of incidents that might result in you using needing to use the services of specialist injury lawyers in Warkworth to sue a negligent zoo for compensation.
Animals in zoos should always be kept in enclosures that do not allow them to get out, or visitors to get in. Any zoo that allows its animals to physically interact with visitors is asking for trouble. If while you were admiring a potentially dangerous animal, it managed to in some way break free from its enclosure and do you a mischief, there will be a chance that you may be able to sue the zoo in question for failing in its duty to ensure your health and safety. Depending on the nature of your injuries, you could stand to win many thousands of pounds.
Potential personal injury claims resulting from a visit to the zoo don’t just have to result from interaction with the animals on display. Most zoos have various refreshments sales points on site. If you were to partake of some food and drink while enjoying a stroll round an animal park and later fall ill with food poisoning, you may be able to sue the zoo’s management, or the owner of the refreshments seller if it was a franchise, for a pay-out with the help of a good injury lawyers in Warkworth.
Contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now
If you’ve been injured in any way after a visit to a zoo, either physically or psychologically, you should contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now.
Call us on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500, from a landline. Or, if you call from a mobile, ring 0333 500 0993.
To have us call you to discuss how we can help with a potential claim, send the text message “claim365” to us on 88010.
Why not call or text us at Accident Advice Helpline now for legal advice about your potential claim from our experts?
Date Published: 25th November 2013
Author: David Brown