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Claims for Tripping Accident at Bristol Zoo

Can I obtain special damages in relation to claims for tripping accident at Bristol Zoo?

You could be entitled to receive special damages in relation to claims for tripping accident at Bristol Zoo if you incurred any costs or financial losses as a result of an accident in which Bristol Zoo can be proven to be liable for. The only way to know for sure though is by discussing your potential claim with a personal injury claims solicitor at the first possible moment. They will be able to evaluate your claim, taking into account the accident itself, the severity of your injury, the impact it has had on your life as well as the strain it has had on your finances. Through this they will be able to assess if you can obtain special damages as part of your claim.

Special damages in personal injury claims allow for a claimant to recover a variety of financial costs that can be proven as being attributable to your injury that was caused by a third party. There are two types of special damages; these are known as incidental special damages and consequential special damages. Incidental special damages cover costs associated with fixing the results of an accident. In the case of claims for tripping accident at Bristol Zoo, you could receive funds for necessary medical treatments that are unavailable on the NHS. Consequential special damages refer to expenses that occur as a consequence of your accident and can cover a variety of factors such as any home renovations, necessary alternative transport and any financial losses incurred from being unable to work. If your injury has left you debilitated in such a way that any of these factors apply to you, then you could be entitled to claim special damages in relation to your injury claim.

You should have your claims for tripping accident at Bristol Zoo assessed by your solicitor as soon as possible. They will evaluate your claim by utilising the elements mentioned above and if they deem your claim as being sufficiently strong, they will offer to represent you on a “No Win, No Fee” basis. This means that should your claim be unsuccessful, you will not be liable for your solicitor’s legal fees, although you still may be liable for those of the defendant. Your solicitor will discuss every potential possibility with you at your consultation.