Slip and Trip Accident ClaimsNo Win No Fee
Slip and Trip accidents are some of the most common accidents in the UK and can cause terrible emotional and physical damage. Whether you’ve slipped on some water in the supermarket or tripped on an uneven paving stone in the road, your health has been compromised and it wasn’t your fault.
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Common Claim Questions
What happens if I tripped on a private property?
Private property can be defined as a shop, supermarket, gym, or anything owned by someone else. The owner of the property is responsible for your health and safety during the time you are there. If you sustain an injury during this time then you may be able to make a claim against them.
What if I was trespassing on private land?
Usually you would not be able to claim if you were trespassing on someone else’s land. However, there are exceptions to this rule. If, for example, children play in an old, abandoned building, it could be argued that this could’ve been anticipated, and therefore if one of the children sustains an injury they could be eligible for compensation.
What happens if I sustained an injury in a supermarket?
Is it my fault if it clearly was a hazard, but I wasn't looking?
Can I get compensation even if I tripped in a public space like paving slab?
What if it was dark, and I didn't see the sign, even if it was there?
I may have contributed to the hazard by wearing high heels, slippery shoes, reaching too high. Can I still make a claim?
What compensation will I receive?
How long will it take?
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With over 10 years’ experience in personal injury law I am well placed to head up our specialist department in this field. I have worked for both insurance companies and on private cases.
I have been practicing as a personal injury lawyer for the last more than 8 years in London. Over all these years, I have developed a keen interest in helping clients get a rightful claim.