Get Trips and Slips Compensation through Claims For You
Industry: Legal Services
A trip or slip can result in a serious injury. Whether it’s on a public foot path or in a commercial property, if you injure yourself, Claims For You can help.
UK (PRUnderground) October 10th, 2012
A trip or slip, no matter where it occurs, can result in a serious injury. Whether it’s on a public foot path, in a public building or a place of work, if you injure yourself and it’s not your fault, Claims For You can help.
Slipping accidents normally occur on wet floors, either because they’ve recently been cleaned or as result of a liquid spillage. If the slip occurs on commercial premises, such as a supermarket or restaurant, then the personal injury claims are often made against the occupier of the premises as it’s their duty to ensure reasonable levels of safety.
Badly maintained footpaths are the most common culprit of trips, with dangerous potholes or uneven paving causing a wide variety of trip hazards. If you injure yourself by tripping on a public path, it’s often the Local Authority who are liable as it’s their responsibility to make sure footpaths are safe to use and in a good condition.
No matter the cause however, if you contact Claims For You, we’ll do our very best to help. We’ll look at the circumstances of your accident and injury, call on medical experts to assess your injury if necessary and work hard to make sure you’ve got the best claim possible. So, if you’ve been the victim of a trip or slip, why not contact one of the Claims For You personal injury solicitors today and find out how they can help?
About Claims for You
Having been established 13 years ago, Claims for You are recognised as pioneers of the ‘No Win, No Fee’ concept. Offering £300 in cash once your claim is submitted and 100% compensation guaranteed, our team of over 20 expert solicitors are renowned for their impressive levels of speed and success.
Visit www.claimsforyou.com, call 0800 092 1443 or text ‘CLAIM’ to 81222 to find out more about what we can do to help.