PRLog - Jan. 30, 2013 - BOW, U.K. -- Many people believe that only certain accidents that lead to injuries can be claimed against. Media coverage concentrates of some of the more common causes of injury such as car accidents and slips at work. The infamous First Solicitors advert that showed a lady bemoaning her slip on a surface that was not correctly signed took precedent over other types of accidents. However, any accident that was the fault of another party’s negligence, recklessness or carelessness may be entitled for compensation with an accident claims solicitor. Here are some of the less common injuries that can be claimed against.
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Animals and humans have co-existed for years and years and whilst this relationship has been mutually enjoyable for the vast majority, there has always been circumstances in which animals have harmed humans. If the animal is the responsibility of another party, then they are responsible for its actions and the repercussions. A person who’s pet has attacked another person may be liable for a personal injury claim. Furthermore, zoo authorities need to ensure the safety of their customers and protect them from potentially dangerous animals.
Physical contact sports can often lead to injuries. Sometimes these are just an unavoidable by-product of the game. Sometimes however, these injuries can be caused by the reckless or negligent behaviour of another participant. If you have been injured by the careless behaviour of another participant then you may be entitled to make a compensation claim. Furthermore, the conditions and facilities need to be safe for the participants. The authority responsible for the facilities may be liable for a compensation claim if their negligence causes an injury.
Car accident injury claims are one of the most common types of claim. However, all forms of transport are protected by the same rights and rulings. The party responsible for the travel is also responsible for the safety of all passengers. This extends to maritime vehicles such as boats and ships. As well as ensuring the travelling aspect is safe, the on-board needs to be entirely secure as well. The crew needs to ensure that all slip hazards are cleared or have clear warning.
Every product that enters the UK market needs to be safety tested to ensure that it is safe for purchase and use. Injuries caused by products that have not been subjected to such safety tests may be liable for a personal injury claim. The producer will have to remove the item and may have to compensate affected individuals.
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