If you have been assaulted outside a nightclub and injured as a result, as long as the attack was not provoked you may be legally entitled to pursue a claim for being assaulted outside a nightclub, with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.
We have recently accepted such case where our client was standing outside a nightclub in Manchester at approximately 4am. Whilst standing there he was chatting to a couple of girls, when in an unprovoked attack he was punched in the face. The attacker then quickly left the scene.
The man later went to hospital who diagnosed a broken jaw. He went on to spend a few days in hospital for treatment.
The incident was reported to the police the day after the attack and the victim is due to give a full statement at a later date, as he is currently unable to talk properly due to his broken jaw.
If you have been assaulted in a pub, nightclub or any other public place whilst enjoying a night out, as long as the attack was unprovoked and you were injured as a result, you may be able to a make a claim for your injuries.
Contact us today to discuss the circumstances which lead to you being assaulted.
Call 0845 10 88 333 or click: Assaulted outside a nightclub injury claim.
If you live, work or were just visiting the area of Stevenage and were injured as a result of being assaulted it may be possible to make a criminal assault claim in Stevenage with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.
We recently accepted such a case where our client was at his girlfriends house enjoying a party. He went outside to say goodbye to a few people who were leaving the party in a taxi. As he had said goodbye to his friends in the taxi a few people approached him and asked if they could go into his girlfriend’s house and join the party, to which he said no. The clients girlfriend also joined him to make it clear to them they were not welcome in.
It was at this point that our client was hit with a bottle over his head and also with a metal bar over his face. As a result he was knocked unconscious in what was a totally unprovoked attack.
The police and ambulance services were called and at hospital he had his cuts glued. He has now given a full statement to the police who are now prosecuting his attackers. To this day the victim is left with scars to his face, neck and above his eyebrow.
He later contacted us to ask for our help in making a criminal assault claim in Stevenage for injury compensation.
Call us today to discuss your assault claim circumstances or click: Criminal assault claim in Stevenage.
A night out in Oldham resulted in horrific facial injuries to a soldier who has served twice in Iraq, returning without a scratch.
The man was attacked in Oldham town centre on December 12 at around 3.35am and had to go to hospital to have pieces of skull and brick removed from his brain. Patrick McQuaid spent four hours having surgery.
The soldier and father of one, has been recovering and hopes to return to service soon. Doctors have said the horrific head injuries will take some time to recover. Patrick is now suffering from migraines daily and his confidence has also been affected.
There were a group of girls in Union Street Oldham around the time of the attack, police are asking them to contact them.
Unprovoked assaults are very common nationwide, any assault which happens should be reported to the police within 48 hours.
At the Accident Advice Bureau we help people injured in an unprovoked attack to claim compensation for injuries suffered.
If you would like to know if you are entitled to claim for assault compensation on a no win no fee basis please contact us.
There are strict timescales in which a claim for assault can be made.
Please contact us by calling 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Assaulted Claim Compensation.
In the North Sherwood Street region of Nottingham, a 19-year-old woman has been seriously sexually assaulted when she was followed into a property. The attack took place between 6pm and 7pm on Thursday. House-to house enquiries were being carried out by police.
A forensic examination has taken place in the property by Nottinghamshire Police and patrols of the area have been stepped up.
Nottinghamshire Police have said it is unusual for such an attack to take place which makes it very concerning.
The attacker has been described as black, in his mid to late 20s and of muscular build. A pattern is said to be shaved into the hair on the right side of his head.
The traumatised victim is receiving support by specially trained officers.
The Nottinghamshire police would like to talk to anyone who has any information on this serious sexual assault.
We can be contacted on 0845 10 88 333 or by clicking: Assault Claim.