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    Thanet event claims


    Do you need to make Thanet event claims after being hurt at a charity event?

    With millions of pounds being raised for charities throughout the United Kingdom, people in Great Britain always seem willing to support local, regional, national and international charities when they can. In addition to offering regular contributions to existing charities, many people often support charities which are formed to help people affected by natural disasters or sudden crisis.

    In addition to donating to charities, many people also support them by attending events or getting sponsored for something. For example, some people run marathons, climb mountains or even take on extreme sports in order to raise money for their chosen charities. With some events catering for hundreds or thousands of fundraisers, it’s important that they are organised properly so that people can take part safely, without the risk of unnecessary injuries.

    When any event is organised, it must adhere to strict health and safety guidelines. Even charity events must ensure that they meet the relevant legal requirements. If you’ve been hurt whilst at a charity event, and it wasn’t your fault, it’s possible that you could be eligible to make Thanet event claims and obtain compensation for your injuries.

    However, when people have been hurt at a charity event, they are often reluctant to make Thanet event claims against the charity itself. In some cases, they think that the charity will have to pay their compensation directly and that this could take away from other people in need. However, it’s likely that the charity will have been required to have public liability insurance in place so if you do make Thanet event claims against them and obtain compensation, it’s likely that your compensation will actually come from their insurers, rather than the charity themselves.

    If you’ve been hurt at a charity event, or whilst raising money for a charity, and it wasn’t your fault, why not contact us to find out if we can help you make Thanet event claims? Providing you can show that someone or something else was responsible for your injuries and that they occurred within the last three years, there’s a good chance that we will be able to assist you and you could go on to obtain a substantial amount of compensation.

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    If you’re keen to find out just how much compensation you could obtain by making Thanet event claims, simply visit Accident Advice Helpline online and take our simple 30-second test today. It’s quick and easy to use and in under a minute you could find out just how much your claim is worth!

    Alternatively, to talk to someone about making Thanet event claims, just call Accident Advice Helpline at any time on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and speak to a member of our hardworking personal injury team about your claim today.

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