What's your legal position if someone is injured at a child's party
Children’s parties are a heady mix of celebration and fun for family and friends.
With the popularity of activity-based parties, such as paintball, rock climbing, petting zoos and inflatable obstacle courses, parties are more fun but also more dangerous than ever before.
So what happen if things go wrong and someone is injured at a party? Are parents and guardians legally responsible for making sure the venue is safe? And if another parent leaves their child at a party alone, are the hosts accountable for their safety?
To read the full article from DAS including commentary from solicitor at DAS Law Sarah Garner, click the link below…
DAS Group UK has been a pioneer of the legal expenses insurance market since the concept was first introduced to the UK in 1975. DAS provides protection against unforeseen legal costs to millions of families and motorists, and hundreds of thousands of businesses every year, offering both before-the-event and after-the-event insurance products and a range of telephone advice and assistance services, including the flagship legal advice service.
DAS is an authorised and regulated insurance company, based in Bristol, with offices in London, Manchester and Bedwas, South Wales, as well as subsidiaries in Arundel, Dublin and Toronto. DAS employs some 600 staff and has become one of the UK's leading specialist insurers.
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