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Concert Venue and Stadium Event Injury Claims

When tens of thousands of people attend one sports stadium, arena or concert venue, inevitably there will be accidents and some that result in injuries. Aequitas Legal can offer you professional support and legal advice when considering making a claim regarding an incident at a concert venue, sports stadium or other event venue.

Claiming for a Concert Venue, Arena or Sports Stadium Event Injury

Attending a concert venue, stadium or arena to watch a sporting event, live music or any other event, is almost always a fantastic experience. Sometimes however, usually due to crowds of people, accidents can happen. All venues should have extensive health and safety procedures in place to prevent accidents from happening as much as possible. Unfortunately however, accidents do happen and ultimately it is the responsibility of the venue and event organisers to ensure that everyone is kept safe.

A question claimants often ask is “who is liable for the accident?”, particularly when the injured party was under the influence of alcohol or other substances. As an organiser, venue or host of an event there is a “duty of care” for the attendees which means they’re responsible for the safety of everyone at the event. This duty of care is usually fulfilled but accidents can happen and it’s important to know your rights.

Types of Injuries at Concert Venues, Football Stadiums and Arenas

Injuries at concert venues, football stadiums and arenas can occur in many ways, for example:

  • Crushing in a crowd or being crushed by falling debris i.e staging
  • Fracture or break from a fall, possibly due to a slippery floor or stairs
  • Tripping over equipment or staging

What to do if you’ve been injured at a concert venue, stadium or arena

When deciding whether or not you should make a claim it is important to consider the following:

  • The date of your accident: You can claim for an accident that occurred up to 3 years later.
  • Proof of attendance: Booking confirmation, tickets or images of yourself at the event.
  • Evidence of accidents or injury: Hospital or doctors notes and/or images of the injury from the location of the accident.

Having this information to hand can make the job of the solicitor easier, meaning they will be able to assess your claim quicker.

Start your claim today

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident at a concert venue, stadium or arena, get in touch with Aequitas Legal.
To speak to a solicitor directly, simply call us at 0161 358 0800 or fill in the contact form located on this page and we’ll be in touch. We will discuss your claim over the phone on a no win, no fee basis.

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“I can't recommend Aequitas Legal highly enough. They took on my difficult case and through a lot of difficulties created by the other side, my team never gave up and won the case. They have been friendly and supportive throughout. I 100% recommend them.”

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