Subject: Child injury
Keywords: Child injury solicitors; no win no fee, child’s compensation, what can be claimed?, Injury claims for children, injured at school
A young female of thirteen had just started secondary school, when she was walking down a busy corridor at about 2 pm. AS she was walking close to the wall, she failed to notice that an electrical plug socket had come off the wall. Oblivious to this, she walked straight into the socket causing a laceration on her leg. The laceration caused a scar of two inches long.
Following litigation the school admitted liability and paid child injury compensation in the sum of £8000.