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Nursery Accident Claims
Nursery accidents are relatively common, due to children's natural boisterousness, and the vast majority of them are not serious. However, sometimes the poor supervision of a carer or supervisor can lead to more serious injuries. If your child has been injured in a nursery accident through no fault of their own, you may be able to make a claim.
Grieves Solicitors specialises in helping the parents of children injured in accidents get the compensation they deserve. For more information, call our Huddersfield office today for free on 0800 0747 644 or complete a contact form and a solicitor will be in touch to discuss your nursery accident claim.
Causes of nursery accidents
There are many factors that can lead to accidents in a nursery, including:
- slips, trips or falls due to spillages and poor surfaces;
- food poisoning due to poor food preparation areas and hygiene;
- accidents during play due to poor supervision;
- poorly maintained equipment, such as chairs and toys.
Whatever the cause of your child's accident, if they have been injured through no fault of their own you may be able to claim financial compensation on their behalf.
How Grieves Solicitors can help
If you suspect that a nursery supervisor's negligence was responsible for your child's injury, feel free to contact our friendly, efficient team for a no-obligation chat and some initial legal advice. We will support you throughout the course of your case, ensure you are regularly updated on the legal process and aim to help you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your child's injury.
Our personal injury specialists work on a 'no win, no fee' basis, meaning our legal fees and expenses will be paid by the opposition's insurer, allowing our clients to receive all the financial compensation awarded by the court.
Contact Grieves Solicitors
For more information about making a nursery injury claim, or simply to speak to an experienced solicitor about your potential case, call us on 0800 0747 644 or complete an online claim form and we will get in touch.