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Long story short - my little one burnt her arm in a restaurant we were dining in. As a result we now need a good personal injury lawyer Any recommendations? Read More
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banned6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Long story short - my little one burnt her arm in a restaurant we were dining in. As a result we now need a good personal injury lawyer

Any recommendations?
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banned6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Good luck with your hunt and hope the little one is ok :)


Edited By: asayer on Aug 19, 2010 20:59: link not working
#2
Keep seeing one advertised called Injury Lawyers 4 u. They look pretty good but haven't had to deal with them.
#3
control your kid and move on
banned#4
numptyj
control your kid and move on

Not biting............
#5
As long as its nothing serious why not just move on, crap happens, too much of this suing know due to people getting nosebleeds etc, as long as your little one is fine then don't sue them, maybe a complaint or something will do.
#6
Not nice thing to happen Op when your out having a meal.
banned#7
bossyboots
Not nice thing to happen Op when your out having a meal.

Nope

Glad to see all the usual suspects are present with their "advice"
#8
you want to elaborate more on the situation then we can see if you're are part of the whole 'sue' culture or if you actually have a case.
#9
Was it a member of staff that intentionally threw a hot cottage pie over your kids arm?
#10
JohnBall
Was it a member of staff that intentionally threw a hot cottage pie over your kids arm?


how is that funny??????????
banned#11
numptyj
you want to elaborate more on the situation then we can see if you're are part of the whole 'sue' culture or if you actually have a case.

Are you a lawyer? We have a strong case as advised by a lawyer.
banned#12
JohnBall
Was it a member of staff that intentionally threw a hot cottage pie over your kids arm?

were you intentionally dropped on your head at a young age?
#13
Modern society pah!
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bossyboots
Not nice thing to happen Op when your out having a meal.


Nope

Glad to see all the usual suspects are present with their "advice"


Yeah, because you're always full of "helpful" comments..... :|
banned#15
civms47
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bossyboots
Not nice thing to happen Op when your out having a meal.
NopeGlad to see all the usual suspects are present with their "advice"
Yeah, because you're always full of "helpful" comments..... :|

I like to think so
#16
what actually happened?

I'm intrigued now lol
#17
guys its a young child who has been hurt - not nice.
banned#18
numptyj
what actually happened?I'm intrigued now lol

curiousity killed the cat
#19
Most solicitors do it, go to town and ask, there are some which are personal injury specialists and they will tell you if the case is strong enough or not.

They are all the same and get the most they can, but not one of them small shops which are run my middle men!!

Edited By: Naeem786 on Aug 19, 2010 21:44: Info!
#20
gonna actually bother to say what happened, I can only assume that staff in the restaurant poured something on purpose onto your child otherwise how would you have a leg to stand on. Or was your child running round the restaurant and ran into someone with hot food or something?
banned#21
tinkerbell28
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numptyj
you want to elaborate more on the situation then we can see if you're are part of the whole 'sue' culture or if you actually have a case.
Are you a lawyer? We have a strong case as advised by a lawyer.
So won't s/he fight the case for you if it's as sound as they say. They must know a fair bit about that area to be able to advise thoroughly.Bossy I'd usually agree, if however the shoe were on the other foot, op would be the first to be vile as civs has pointed out. Not the nicest of posters himself, so if he can't take it, he may be nicer to others in the future, we can hope.

I can take it all right. I wouldnt dish it out if I couldnt

Thanks for your misplaced concern
#22
civms47
Yeah, because you're always full of "helpful" comments..... :|

+1
banned#23
numptyj
gonna actually bother to say what happened, I can only assume that staff in the restaurant poured something on purpose onto your child otherwise how would you have a leg to stand on. Or was your child running round the restaurant and ran into someone with hot food or something?

Gonna keep you guessing - due to the fact that it is irrelevant to the original question
banned#24
tinkerbell28
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numptyj
you want to elaborate more on the situation then we can see if you're are part of the whole 'sue' culture or if you actually have a case.
Are you a lawyer? We have a strong case as advised by a lawyer.
So won't s/he fight the case for you if it's as sound as they say. They must know a fair bit about that area to be able to advise thoroughly.Bossy I'd usually agree, if however the shoe were on the other foot, op would be the first to be vile as civs has pointed out. Not the nicest of posters himself, so if he can't take it, he may be nicer to others in the future, we can hope.

And s/he will fight the case, but its not their area of specialism. Id rather use a specialist
#25
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numptyj
gonna actually bother to say what happened, I can only assume that staff in the restaurant poured something on purpose onto your child otherwise how would you have a leg to stand on. Or was your child running round the restaurant and ran into someone with hot food or something?


Gonna keep you guessing - due to the fact that it is irrelevant to the original question


ok if we're guessing then you couldn't control your child and you let them run around the restaurant causing havoc for waiters/waitresses and all those trying to enjoy their meals.

They ran into staff who had something like a jug of gravy and it went onto your childs arm and they rolled around the floor crying and you stood up and said "HEY IM GONNA SUE YOUR ASS"
banned#26
numptyj
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numptyj
gonna actually bother to say what happened, I can only assume that staff in the restaurant poured something on purpose onto your child otherwise how would you have a leg to stand on. Or was your child running round the restaurant and ran into someone with hot food or something?
Gonna keep you guessing - due to the fact that it is irrelevant to the original question
ok if we're guessing then you couldn't control your child and you let them run around the restaurant causing havoc for waiters/waitresses and all those trying to enjoy their meals. They ran into staff who had something like a jug of gravy and it went onto your childs arm and they rolled around the floor crying and you stood up and said "HEY IM GONNA SUE YOUR ASS"

Thanks for the guess, but couldnt be further from the truth
#28
really hard to sue people ..have fun :)
banned#29
SOSAGES
really hard to sue people ..have fun :)

really hard to spell sausages too...................
#30
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tinkerbell28
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numptyj
you want to elaborate more on the situation then we can see if you're are part of the whole 'sue' culture or if you actually have a case.
Are you a lawyer? We have a strong case as advised by a lawyer.
So won't s/he fight the case for you if it's as sound as they say. They must know a fair bit about that area to be able to advise thoroughly.Bossy I'd usually agree, if however the shoe were on the other foot, op would be the first to be vile as civs has pointed out. Not the nicest of posters himself, so if he can't take it, he may be nicer to others in the future, we can hope.


I can take it all right. I wouldnt dish it out if I couldnt

Thanks for your misplaced concern


You're doing a good impression of someone that can't........

Who's concerned???
#31
No background to case = something to hide = ambulance chasers wet dream perhaps.
#32
bossyboots
guys its a young child who has been hurt - not nice.
Yep - so my first concern would be for the child and second would be to make sure the steps were taken to prevent another child being injured (if the accident could be prevented).

I don't think suing would even come third.....
#33
Would do if you were a low life
#34
what the hell is it with this country, something happens that you dont like and you sue them, little Britain more like little USA.
an apology from the owner and at the most the meal for nothing is all you should be getting if it was their fault.
#35
I know three good lawyers.
How did your little one come to burn her arm.
Depending on your answer, I will point you to the right lawyer.
#36
This sue everyone culture is a joke. Last year I was at an event in London, using a portaloo and I slipped on the steel steps and broke my foot. I thought I was a bit of an idiot for not noticing it was wet as was raining. Someone came up to me and said I should sue (which I have been told almost everytime I retell the story) as there was no warning sign. Needless to say I didn't sue. Like I said I chalked this one up to my mistake not someone elses.
#37
Some people eh?
Live and learn. Move on OP.

p.s. do u watch jeremy kyle?
#38
seriously do u NEED to sue the restraunt?

a few months back we were in an accident, me hubby and my 3 kids who were 6, 3 and 4 months at the time.got hit by a car who got hit by another car.... i defo got whiplash and could have argued the kids had been traumatised bla bla....but thought nah sod it, it happens! but my insurance company were all over me to get compensation! it's pathetic...the guy who caused the accident came up to me and was genuinely sorry and that was enough for me.....so if you can see money helping u out then please go for it...otherwise think twice about why you are sueing!
banned#39
boabbyrab
what the hell is it with this country, something happens that you dont like and you sue them, little Britain more like little USA.
an apology from the owner and at the most the meal for nothing is all you should be getting if it was their fault.

completely agree. So low to just run to a lawyer without taking any personal responsibility.
#40
OP, I think it's pretty obvious that you aren't going to get the answer you were looking for.

Of course you could sue us to get us to talk.

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