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Over 1,700 Liverpool fans register to sue UEFA

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A report states more than 1,700 Liverpool fans who suffered physical injuries or psychological trauma at the Champions League final have registered with law firms to make claims against UEFA for damages.

“We are representing people who suffered physical crushing injuries at the turnstiles, and very many people who have suffered psychologically; some were in fear of their lives,” Gerard Long, a partner at Binghams solicitors in Liverpool, told the Guardian.

Thousands of Liverpool and Real Madrid supporters were held outside the stadium for hours and attacked with tear gas.

UEFA still have plenty to answer for.

Hogan says the club and supporters groups plan on meeting with the independent panel set up by UEFA, with more updates on Liverpool’s investigations to follow.

“Our case is that Uefa as the organisers had a duty of care to people – who paid a lot of money for tickets – and they breached it.” Jill Paterson, the partner leading the potential group claim from Leigh Day, says clients had reported suffering trauma, broken bones and bruising from the crushes, and injuries after attacks from police.

Dangerous crushes formed as a result of access issues, and it’s now emerged that there are huge numbers of supporters registering with law firms to make claims for damages.
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