If your child is attending one of the primary schools in Shawhead near Dumfries and Galloway or elsewhere there is always a chance that they might get injured in the classroom, dining room, playground or elsewhere within the school compound. This may be caused by a poorly maintained playground, roots protruding on footpaths, potholes, cracked pavements, bare electrical wires and incomplete buildings.
They could even get hurt while laying sports on the school grounds. After they have received medical treatment you could search for a no win no fee* in Shawhead-based lawyer to represent your child and orally argue his case in a lawsuit, or negotiate with the defendant to reach a fair out of court settlement in the form of compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline can help you
You can get no win no fee* in Shawhead legal services from Accident Advice Helpline on our 24/7 helpline. Our phone numbers are 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 and you can text ‘’Claims 365’’ to 88010 to get free non-obligatory advice from our trained advisers.
We are a trustworthy law firm, which was formed in 2000 to help innocent victims obtain justice. We have vast experience in handling claims involving minors which can become complicated in law.
We have handled similar compensation claims for the last 16 years successfully. If you choose to pursue your child’s personal compensation claim with us, we will take your case forward on a no win no fee* in Shawhead basis.Open Claim Calculator
Injuries that require a no win no fee* in Shawhead approach
You can claim compensation on behalf of your child. Accident Advice Helpline will pursue the claim if your child suffered from the following injuries.
- Facial injuries – can cause scarring, deformity and disfigurement when the face is hit with an object or when the child falls facing downwards.
- Alterations and lacerations – get medical attention immediately so the wound can be stitched and bandaged to control bleeding and the risk of infections.
- Grazes and bruises – caused by slips, trips and falls which are the most common accidents involving children.
- Dislocations – of the knee, ankle, wrist and forearm are common if the child gets the limb twisted unexpectedly.
- Broken Bones – may be treated by an orthopaedic specialist by setting the bones. These may be supported by a splint, sling, plaster or a fibreglass cast. Surgery may be performed to align the fragmented bones in their natural position followed by immobilization. Physiotherapy and occupational therapy is necessary when healing is underway to return the limb to its functional position.
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 for no-obligation help and advice.