Newly Qualified Electrical Engineer Suffers Serious Head Injury At Sheffield Club
A Sheffield teenager who suffered serious head injuries after falling down the stairs at Paris Nightclub on Carver Street, Sheffield last month, is appealing to fellow clubbers to help with information about what happened on the fateful night.
Clarke Andrews, 19, was in the Paris Nightclub on 2 October, in the early hours of the morning. He went outside for a cigarette in the designated smoking area outside the Paris Nightclub but when making his way back inside he fell down the steep stairs into the club.
He has instructed specialist serious injury lawyers at Irwin Mitchell to help him secure support for his rehabilitation and recovery after he was diagnosed with a fractured skull, facial fractures and bleeding on the brain. He is now out of hospital but may need surgery to help deal with his injuries.
Clarke and his expert legal team are appealing for witnesses as they try to piece together what happened to him.
Clarke, who also plays ice hockey, had just qualified as an electrical engineer a couple of days before his incident. He is now off work in what should have been the start of an exciting chapter in his early career.
Ewan Bain, a Legal Specialist at Irwin Mitchell representing him said:
“Clarke has suffered potentially life-changing head injuries and we believe there are other witnesses who can help establish what happened.
“Clarke and his family would be grateful for anyone who may have further information to contact us; as they may be able to help secure him the specialist support and rehabilitation he will need to aid his recovery.”
Anyone with information should get in touch with Ewan Bain at Irwin Mitchell on 0114 274 4640 or email email@example.com.
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