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Greenock man Stephen Anderson never expected that when he tried the Jump4Fun’s bungee run that he would break four toes and his foot in ten places and have to take three months off work.

The 28 year old, who needed emergency surgery after the incident, was running along the inflatable run with a bungee around his waist when the plate holding the cord in place came loose and hit him on the foot.  According to reports in today’s Daily Record, medics said that Stephen could have been killed if the plate had hit his head. 

Partner at Thompsons Solicitors and health and safety campaigner, Patrick McGuire, expressed concern at the incident and called on accident victims to contact Thompsons for help:

“Mr Anderson didn’t ask for this to happen to him and it has clearly affected his ability to work.  In situations like this it is definitely worth calling Thompsons to see if you can get some form of compensation for what happened.

“Mr Anderson’s case is concerning and the owner of the bungee run firm should be urgently looking to make improvements to the service. 

“At Thompsons we stand fully behind the victims of accidents in their efforts to get back on their feet.  We have the expertise that gets the best results fast.”

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