From dog bites and accidents in public places, to injuries caused whilst in employment or as a result of faulty products, there are many different situations where it may be possible to bring a child injury claim to court.
What would happen if the child, or parent, was partially to blame?
Even if this was the case - for example, if a child were to injure itself on on a building site, when it obviously shouldn't have been there - it may still be posible to make a claim.
We have successfully handled many child injury claims and provided children, and their families, with much needed support during the legal process.
The court process and compensation
A court would take special steps to ensure a claim is dealt with correctly, if it's brought by someone under the age of 18. Similarly it will also arrange for any settlement money that is awarded to the child for its use, to be protected until they reach adulthood.
If you would like to discuss a child injury case, our expert Personal Injury solicitors can help and explain the claim process to you in plain English, without legal jargon. We have a wealth of experience in this specialist area of the law and can offer all the advice and support you need.
With our Free Initial Assessment, it’s easy to find out what your options are so, to discuss your case, call us on 01724 854000.