Gigs and music festivals are popular with people of all ages and many people choose to go to several events every year so they can experience live acts in performance.
However, members of an audience do not always behave in the same way as they do in everyday life, and gig-goers should still be careful to avoid an injury.
The majority of incidents are either relatively minor, such as stolen or missing valuables, or are related to over-indulgence in drugs or alcohol by festival-goers. However some incidents can be attributable to wider organiser or venue-owner safety failings and, in such incidents.
Event organisers' have a duty of care to ensure they reduce the risk of an injury imposed on workers, musicians and ticket holders, during the initial construction and throughout the festival. To do this they must abide to the strict health and safety legal regulations.
If you have been injured during a festival in an accident which wasn’t your fault, YouClaim can help you make a claim against those responsible.
When it comes to no win, no fee claims we are the experts and our fantastic success rate is testament to the fact that we are more than likely to able to help you too.
Send us a call back request and we will get back to you or fill out an online claim form with your details or give us a call on 0800 10 757 95.
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