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Hopkins Solicitor discusses injuries to children

Hopkins Personal Injury solicitor, Claire Lowe joined Tony Delahunty to discuss accidents and injuries to children in November’s edition of Legal Eagles.

They talked about the responsibilities that parents take on when hosting a party or event for children, such as a birthday party, and discussed a recent case where a child suffered an injury on a bouncy castle. They also discussed the timings for making claims, and how these differ to those of adults.

To listen again, visit the Legal Eagles page on Mansfield 103.2 using this link.

If you would like any more information, or to make a claim, contact Claire Lowe in Mansfield 01623 782 783 or Nottingham 0115 906 8078 or email using the details on the right hand side.

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