No win no fee in Downderry
Many parents these days seem to be intent on filling their children’s free time with as many extra-curricular activities as possible. There are those who argue that overloading kids with too many of these can actually be damaging. Sports clubs, music lessons and dance training all soon mount up to mean that a child has little time to themselves. On the other hand, there are those who feel that time spent by their child sitting around the house watching TV is time wasted. Whatever side of the fence you fall on as a parent, you’ll probably want to make sure that the person or people who are organising your children’s after-school or weekend activities are making sure they have your kids’ health and safety in mind at all times. If not and your child is injured you may want to consider speaking to a no win no fee in Downderry lawyer.
If a club is run by a school, you’ll perhaps have less reason to worry than if it were put on by a private organisation. Nevertheless, don’t feel embarrassed to ask questions, especially if the activity in question could potentially be dangerous, such as gymnastics or archery. You’ll obviously want to be reassured that the people running the activity in question have been fully CRB-checked and that they have the adequate training and knowledge to be able to handle the situation if one of your children were to be injured.
Unfortunately though, no matter how much research you do and how many questions you ask, there will still be a chance that one of your children could become injured in an accident that was not their fault. If you are unfortunate enough for this to happen to your family, you may be able to use the services of a decent no win no fee Downderry lawyer to take personal injury action on behalf of your child.
Extra-curricular children’s activities and no win no fee in Downderry lawyers
If your child regularly attends some sort of extra-curricular activity that involves using equipment, you might be able to use the services of a top-class no win no fee Downderry lawyer to seek recompense if he or she is injured by this in the event that it had not been maintained properly or had not been set up as it should have been. If your child were to attend a gym session, for instance, and become injured after using a trampoline that had broken, you might have a case on your hands.
The people who run your child’s gym class will have had a responsibility to make sure that the equipment they were using was safe. Contact Accident Advice Helpline for no win no fee in Downderry advice today if your child has been injured while taking part in an extra-curricular activity. Just dial 0800 689 0500 to speak to an advisor or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 7th February 2014
Author: David Brown