Accident at school, can I claim?

#1 2012-06-27 22:14:57
Carmella

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Accident at school, can I claim?

When I was 17 I fell during a PE class at school. I was wearing socks for an indoor dance class as we all did (I am now sure that was against health and safety but the teacher never mentioned that) slipped and fell on the polished floor of the PE hall. I fractured a vertebra (T12) and was in hospital for a month unable to move, followed by 3 months in a full body brace. I had to leave school and I was then found to have osteopenia, which my doctor thought was a result of having to be immobile for so long. I was a promising ballet dancer ready to audition for further training in London. These auditions all had to be cancelled of course and I am now training as an actor as no ballet school would train me with osteopenia. I have wasted abdominal and back muscles which are still causing me pain and difficulties with other areas of my life, for example I am having to see a voice specialist because of strain on my throat cause by my inability to use abdominal support. This is costing me a fortune and I can't afford to keep paying for my medical care from this injury.

This was nearly four years ago. I've heard I can still claim even though it's over three years because I was under 18 at the time of injury, is that right? At the time I was too preoccupied with getting better and didn't want to cause any trouble but now that I am still suffering years later I would like to make a claim if there is any chance of it.

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#2 2012-06-27 22:20:54
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Also forgot to mention since the accident I have had regular panic attacks. No proven link to the accident but didn't have them before and also have flashbacks. Am currently on medication for PTSD to stop the attacks and have been on the waiting list for an NHS counsellor for almost a year, can't afford to go private.

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#3 2014-04-05 08:41:29
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You should consult your case with a solicitor. They will advice you legally.

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