The Wycombe ‘no-win, no-fee’ claims experts at Accident Advice Helpline work all year round. However, the types of accident that they handle in the summer is very different from that handled in the winter. Here are some typical examples of summer and winter cases that the Wycombe no win no fee claims experts may be asked to handle.
Wycombe ‘no-win, no-fee’ claims expert case studies – a summer BBQ claim
Summer BBQs should be safe and enjoyable, no-one should be left injured or ill and a good time should be had by all. After all, we don’t get many weeks in the UK when a BBQ is possible yet alone enjoyable. However, as the Wycombe ‘no-win, no-fee’ claims experts know very well, things can go wrong at a BBQ or after attending a BBQ.
These events are often held at pubs, clubs and restaurants to complement or replace their summer menus. They are manned by members of staff who may not have much experience in how they are operated. Alternatively, a new BBQ may have been hastily purchased to take advantage of a spell of fine weather. If the BBQ is not used correctly or is used by a member of staff who has not been correctly trained then an accident could occur. An accident may also occur if the BBQ has been put together incorrectly or is being used in a way that it was not intended to be used.
If there is an accident with a BBQ then an employee or a customer could end up getting hurt. They may suffer:
- Impact injuries
It is also possible to cause food poisoning with food that has been cooked on a BBQ. This is because it is easy to burn the outside of the food whilst the inside remains uncooked. The uncooked portion of the food could contain harmful bacteria and if the food is left at room temperature for a while the problem can get even worse
Wycombe ‘no-win, no-fee’ claims experts case studies – a winter car accident claim
Sadly, the winter is the time of year when the Wycombe ‘no-win, no-fee’ claims experts spend a lot of time working on road traffic accidents claims. It is easy to see why there would be a peak in claims following a wet spell of weather or after a cold snap. This sort of weather causes hazardous driving conditions and increases the chances that an accident will occur. Young and inexperienced drivers are particularly at risk of having an accident at this time because they may not have driven in adverse weather conditions before. The evenings are darker as well which means that motorists find it harder to spot hazards.
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Date Published: 6th September 2014
Author: Sharon Parry