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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    No win no fee* in Douglas

    No win no fee* in Douglas

    Anybody who has spent some time out and about in a busy town centre on a Friday or Saturday night will most likely have had the misfortune to come across an overzealous bouncer who seems intent on throwing his weight around. While it may not be true that the profession typically attracts the type of person who enjoys exerting their power over others, it is not unheard of for some door workers to get a little carried away when keeping the peace on behalf of their employer.

    Being turned away from a venue because you have the wrong footwear on or have already had one too many will be one thing, but being roughed up by a security worker will be quite another. Bouncers have a legal responsibility to only use the necessary force to deal with unruly punters. If you’ve been injured by an over-enthusiastic bouncer and require medical treatment as a result of your encounter, there will be a possibility that you might be able to retain the services of a decent first-class no win no fee* Douglas solicitor with a view to taking the venue that employed him, or her, to court in an effort to win personal injury compensation for your suffering.

    Dodgy door staff and no win no fee* Douglas solicitors

    It doesn’t matter if you were acting the fool when you were treated roughly by a member of door staff, you may still have a chance of winning personal injury compensation with the aid of a good no win no fee* Douglas solicitor. It will however be worth bearing in mind that if you responded with violence to your treatment, any potential pay-out you may be entitled to could be cut if your conduct were deemed to have in any way contributed to the severity of your injuries.

    It will be important that you have gathered as much evidence as possible to support your claim if you’re going to stand as good a chance as possible of being awarded the recompense you deserve. Although it might be difficult in the circumstances, getting the details down of anybody that witnessed what happened to you could greatly help your efforts. If you or a friend managed to get photographic evidence of the scuffle, all the better.

    Your next move

    If you have been roughed up by a bully bouncer, you should pick up the phone and call Accident Advice Helpline right now to find out if the firm might be able to provide you with a top-class no win no fee* Douglas solicitor. Calls to 0800 689 0500 are free of charge, and lines are open 24 hours day. Call now; it could be the most profitable conversation you ever have.

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.