Sunderland is a city by the sea in Tyne and Wear, England in the United Kingdom. It is home to the University of Sunderland. The city has many landmarks which include The National Glass centre, Echo 24 Building, the Penshaw Monument, Fulwell Gardens, Sunderland Wall among many others.
University life is a busy time as you pursue your studies but it can also be a time of fun. Surfing, sailing, scuba diving, snowboarding, kayaking, power boating are some activities that you can take to unwind.
If you sustain an injury that was caused by somebody else you might be considering making a claim for school accidents in Sunderland. If so, we can help.
Make a claim for school accidents in Sunderland
Their offer is very impressive not only to students but to all innocent victims who are suffering out there because of someone elses negligence. If you’ve been hurt because of someone or something else, why not get in touch with us and find out if you’ll be able to make a claim?
University injuries that require a ‘no win, no fee’ Sunderland lawyer
Personal injuries can incapacitate you, cutting short your career. Serious injuries and fatalities can arise due to university accidents. The defendant will present a strong defence through the insurance company so you need to present strong evidence and key witnesses.
Remember if health and safety regulations were not adhered to, you have grounds to claim personal injury compensation from these academic or research institutions
If your ‘no win, no fee’ Sunderland lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline files a lawsuit for you, he will ensure that proper investigations are carried out and expert witnesses give evidence to win the case.
- Drowning-scuba diving, kayaking, power boating and swimming carry their own potential risks. Swimming pools should be fitted with handrails and warning signs. Wet surfaces should be wiped.
- Slip, trip and fall injuries-spillages of food, soup, juice, tea, coffee and soda in the cafeteria or any eatery should be cleaned. Wet floors after cleaning should have warning signs. Potholes and pavements should be well-maintained.
- Burns and scalds-should be prevented in the cafeteria and research laboratories.
- Facial injuries-caused by cycling, biking, road traffic accidents and assaults.
- Broken bones-playing football, cricket, rugby and water sports can cause cracks and breaks on hands, legs and head.
To learn more about making a claim for school accidents in Sunderland, contact us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.