Playground Accidents Claims
Has your child sustained injuries whilst playing in a children’s playground? Was the injury sustained due to no fault or someone else’s negligence? If yes, you may be entitled to make playground accident claims.
In the UK, more than one million children get involved in playground accidents every year. Although minor injuries are sustained in the vast majority of the cases, there are times when children get seriously injured.
In some cases, traumatic injuries can also be sustained as a result of playground accidents. These can include injuries to the spine, broken bones, severe brain damage, paralysis and loss of eyesight. Injuries can be sustained whether it is a school playground or a public playground.
Playground accidents can take place under numerous circumstances. But two of the most common causes of such accidents include:
- Defective equipment including climbing frames
- Trips hazards including defects in the playgrounds surface
The managers and owners of playgrounds have a duty to ensure that the equipment available for use in the playground and the playground itself is adequately maintained. If they fail in their duty and if a child sustains injuries as a result, it may be possible to make a compensation claim against them.
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If you believe you have a case for playground accident, get in touch with a member of our team today.
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