Slip Trip and Fall
An injury resulting from a slip, trip or fall can be embarrassing and debilitating. Every year thousands of people in the UK suffer this type of accident, there injuries varying from muscle sprains to more severe and life-altering conditions such as paralysis or brain injury. Common type of Slip, Trip or Fall claims
  • Accidents on Commercial Premises- Businesses have a duty to keep their premises in a safe condition for their employees as well as for the general public. Larger organisations such as supermarkets are required by law to have public liability insurance to cover compensation in the case of an injury. Common injuries resulting from accidents on commercial premises include muscle strains and sprains, neck injuries, back or spinal injuries, broken bones or fractures and head injuries.
  • Accident on Roads, Footpath & Public Places – Each local authority has a duty of care and are responsible to keep the pavements, footpaths and public places safe. In case of an accident, the owner of the property or the local council in case of the public place can be liable to pay out compensation. Common injuries include muscle strains and sprains, neck injuries, back or spinal injuries, broken bones or fractures and head injuries
  • Accident at Workplace – It is the employers’ responsibility to keep the workplace safe for employees always. Employers are governed by a Statute to maintain a safe environment and may be liable for compensation for lost earnings and medical expenses if an employee or a member of the public was injured at work or business premises. Common injuries include muscle strains and sprains, neck injuries, back or spinal injuries, broken bones or fractures and head injuries
How to Make a Claim?
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