Personal injury news
03/10/2007

Trampoline teen launches no win, fee claim

A teenager who was left paralysed from the neck down as the result of a trampolining accident at a party has launched a no win, no fee claim for personal injury compensation.

The 17-year-old Hertfordshire boy suffered spinal cord injuries when another teen bounced off the trampoline and landed on his head.

The no win, no fee claim is being made against the parents of the boy who was having the party on the grounds that they failed to ensure the trampoline was being used safely and neglected to supervise the youngsters as they played on the piece of equipment.

It is alleged that up to six people were using the trampoline at the time of the 2006 accident and no lights were provided despite the fact that it was dark.

The teenager had to have his spine fused following the tragic accident and was forced to spend more than a year in hospital. He is now confined to a wheelchair and doctors have warned that his life expectancy has been greatly reduced as a result of his personal injuries.

The no win, no fee claim is thought to be for around £300,000 of injury compensation.

 



 

 
 
 
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