Claim Now

To ensure we give you the most tailored advice regarding your data breach enquiry, we kindly request that you complete our specialised enquiry form. You can access the form
by clicking on the following button: Click here

Click here to return to the previous window

The English Court of Appeal recently refused an award of compensation for the parents  of a toddler who tragically drowned in a pond in an accident on a holiday site.

In the case of Bourne Leisure v Marsden 2009 the court of appeal held that the owner of the holiday site was not blame for the tragic accident and was not under a duty to point out the specific location of the pond to parents. 

The court held that the danger of the pond to an unaccompanied child was obvious and noted a plan had been given to the parents of the toddler, which showed the location of the pond.

Sadly the toddlers parents had already received compensation form a lower court and were ordered to repay all of the compensation awarded by the Court of Appeal.

If you, your family or loved ones have been involved in an accident in the last three years call Thompsons Solicitors free on 0800 0891331 for free specialist advice on claiming compensation.

Injured through no fault of your own?
Call us on
To see how much you could claim
Compensation Specialists
Our offices and meeting places
Talk to Thompsons
Claim Now