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- What is a Bouncy Castle Injury?
- How Much Compensation Could I Receive for My Bouncy Castle Injury?
- Am I Eligible to Claim for Bouncy Castle Injury Compensation in the UK?
- Where Can I Find More Information on Bouncy Castle Injury in the UK?
- Why Choose Tylers Solicitors for Bouncy Castle Injury Compensation in the UK?
Here in the UK, bouncy castles are used in a wide range of events. They are fun for both children and adults looking to celebrate a special occasion. They are extremely popular for children’s birthday parties and are a great way of adding a little extra excitement into any party atmosphere. Unfortunately, if not erected, tied down or otherwise installed correctly, bouncy castle injury can be fairly common. Any kind of bouncy castle injury can be serious, lead to long-lasting health conditions and can, in some cases, actually be terminal.
If you’ve sustained any kind of injury as a result of bouncy castle mistakes, get in touch with our experienced team today. Over the years, the Tylers Solicitors team have worked to provide comprehensive no-win, no-fee legal services across the UK. We can help you to get the compensation that you need to move on with your life. Whether you’ve sustained a broken limb, cosmetic damage or long-term psychological conditions, get in touch with our team today. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to.
Whether you’ve sustained the injury as a result of a faulty bouncy castle or because it wasn’t erected properly, you could be eligible for compensation. In some occasions, you can make a claim against the owner of the property where the bouncy castle was erected. In others, you will make a claim against the provider or installers of the bouncy castle. You can suffer any bouncy castle injury, including physical or psychological injuries, so get in touch with our experienced team today.
A bouncy castle injury is any kind of injury that you’ve sustained while using a bouncy castle. These injuries can also be sustained while setting up or deconstructing the equipment. In some cases, these injuries can be extremely serious. They will often result in chronic pains and can cause permanent or long-term injuries. In the very worst cases, it is even possible for a bouncy castle injury to result in death.
Whether you’ve been injured, or your child has, you will be able to claim compensation from the person responsible. The compensation that you can receive could be essential in helping you to get back on your feet. Whether you’ve suffered an injury due to the bouncy castle not being erected or tied down properly, get in touch with our experienced team today.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the compensation that you need to move on with your life. You’ll be able to make a direct claim for compensation against the person responsible for your or your child’s injuries. Our team of no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to get the compensation you’re entitled to. Our experienced team can provide a comprehensive range of no-win, no-fee personal injury services. You’ll be able to bring the person or company responsible for your injuries to justice. With more than 10 years’ experience in all kinds of personal injury claims, get in touch with our experienced team today.
When you do make a personal injury claim, the amount of compensation you receive will depend on the severity of your injuries. The more seriously you or your child has been injured, the more money you will be likely to receive. When you make a claim, it can include a variety of other factors, such as:
- Personal Pain and Suffering.
- Long-Lasting or Permanent Health Conditions.
- Psychological Injuries, including Anxiety and Depression.
- Loss of Wages or Potential Earnings.
- The Level of Negligence Displayed.
It is important that you understand every case is different when it comes to personal injury. At Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a range of no-win, no-fee legal services to suit your needs. Whatever kind of injury you have suffered, get in touch with our experienced team today.
|Type of Bouncy Castle Injury||Description||Amount of Compensation|
|Minor Arm Injury||If you, or your child, has fallen out of the bouncy castle, tripped over guidelines or landed awkwardly in the inflatable, it can cause minor arm injuries. These can include minor fractures and broken bones which will resolve themselves in an extremely short period of time.||£5,800 to £16,800.|
|Moderate Limb Injuries (Ongoing Symptoms)||If you or your child have suffered any kind of limb injury with ongoing symptoms. This can include damage to your arms, hands, legs and feet. This will often include broken bones which can be difficult to heal, or which cause long-term, chronic pain.||£16,800 to £34,000.|
|Head Injuries (Including Potential Brain Damage)||If your child suffered serious head injuries, possible even causing brain damage. In any case, this can often cause long-term or even permanent health conditions. Brain damage can often be so serious that it prevents the sufferer from working, attending social activities or even caring for themselves.||£6,000 to £275,000.|
What are the Hazards of Bouncy Castles in Private and Public Events?
Bouncy castles can be extremely hazardous environments, particularly when not erected correctly. These can include:
- Instability (Windy Conditions/Uneven Surfaces).
- Deflating During Use.
- Tearing or Detaching.
- Tripping or Falling.
- Suffocation and Entrapment.
- Electrical Hazards (Electrical Shock and Burns Injury) and Dangerous Machinery.
What are the Most Common Kinds of Bouncy Castle Injuries?
Most injuries caused by inflatable play equipment are relatively minor and can include sprains, strains and fractures. It is also possible for the users to sustain neck or head injuries. It is also possible for suffocation and crushing accidents to occur.
How Many People Suffer a Bouncy Castle Injury in the UK Every Year?
Here in the UK, around 10,000 people suffer some kind of bouncy castle injury every year. This can be limited to temporary bruising, but can cause long-term damage, broken limbs and even death. Of these, around 4,000 injuries occur in private homes.
What are the Causes of Bouncy Castle Injuries in the UK?
The most common causes of bouncy castle injuries in the UK involve tripping, falling or being pushed out of a bouncy castle. It is also possible for the inflatable play equipment to deflate and collapse, potentially leading to suffocation and crushing injuries.
Where Can Bouncy Castles Be Erected?
Bouncy castles can be erected in almost any space large enough to accommodate them. Few hiring companies are willing to erect these inflatable play areas on concrete or asphalt surfaces, however. Grass, sand and other soft surfaces are far safer.
Do Bouncy Castles Need to Be Tested Before Use?
All inflatable play areas should be tested before being used. This is a part of the erection process, where the person responsible needs to check for deflation or other concerns. If any inflatable isn’t tested, you can make a personal injury claim.
Do I Need Bouncy Castle Insurance?
If you are setting up a bouncy castle in a public area, then you will need to pay for public liability insurance. If you are hiring the bouncy castle for a private party, you may not need insurance – however, it is advisable.
Can I Use My Bouncy Castle in Adverse Weather?
You may not be able to use your bouncy castle in some adverse conditions (not that you’d want to anyway). There are some castles, particularly covered ones, which can be used in adverse weather conditions. Strong winds can be a particular concern.
How Strong Does the Wind Need to Be Before Bouncy Castles Become Unsafe?
The suitability of the wind strength depends on the size, and style of the bouncy castle. Bouncy castles are unsafe to use in winds exceeding twenty miles an hour. In the past, children have died due to inflatables being blown away.
Can Bouncy Castles Be Used in the Rain?
Bouncy castles can be used in the rain if they are covered. However, be aware that the rainwater can make the inflatable play area much more dangerous to use. Accidents on inflatables are more common during the rain and other adverse weather.
If you’ve suffered any kind of bouncy castle injury that wasn’t your fault, get in touch today. The experienced no-win, no-fee legal experts at Tylers Solicitors can help you to get the compensation you deserve. Our professional team have people from all walks of life to get the compensation they need to move on with their lives. Whether you, or your child, has suffered minor or serious health concerns, get in touch today.
We can help you to get the compensation you need following any kind of physical or psychological accident. We can help you to get the compensation you need from the person or company responsible for your injuries. Whatever kind of injury you’ve suffered, get in touch with our experienced team today.
- NHS Choices: Trips and Falls
- Health and Safety Executive: Inflatable Play Equipment
- Health and Safety Executive: Health and Safety Guidance for Fairgrounds
If you’ve suffered any kind of injury due to a private or public bouncy castle, get in touch with our team today. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can deliver a complete range of personal injury claims to help you get the compensation you are entitled to. Whether you or your child have suffered physical or psychological injuries from inflatable play equipment, get in touch today.
For more information, don’t hesitate to call our team directly. We can help you to get the compensation you need to move on with your life, particularly if you’re left with long-term health conditions. You can reach our specialist team today by calling us directly on 0800 699 0079. You can also send any questions or concerns you might have through our online contact form. Just leave us your contact information and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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