On the Roads
If you have tripped over one of the many defects on our public walkways, and injured yourself, you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries.
Across Britain, people are stumbling up and down our streets because of improper maintenance of our pavements. Around most corners you are likely to find some form of defective curb or walk way that hasn’t been touched by the council for years. Believe it or not, these pavements and public walkways are supposed to be kept up to standard, so we don’t have to spend our lives staring at the floor in case we trip over a broken flag or curb stone.
In addition to this, much of the lighting is insufficient making it even easier for you to fall over and potentially cause you an injury.
At Injury Accident Claim we have expert solicitors on our panel who deal with Local Authority claims on a regular basis. These solicitors will be able to give you the best chance to claim for maximum compensation for your injuries caused by poor upkeep of our walkways.
At work, shops, restaurants or rented accommodation
Many people are put off making a claim for injuries suffered by falling on wet surfaces or poorly maintained property because of signs that have been put up, however, this alone does not relieve the organisation from their duty to make sure the area is safe, and you may still be entitled to make a claim.
If you live in rented accommodation and your landlord isn’t maintaining the property that you pay to live in, you may be able to claim compensation for any injuries suffered as a result of this. For more information see Landlord Accident claims
For more information on how much you can claim, contact Injury Accident Claim and their staff will be happy to go through your potential claim and try and get the most compensation for your injuries.
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