Starting a personal injury claim can seem like a difficult process. In reality, if you choose a good personal injury solicitor to handle your claim the process will run smoothly. There are, however, some things that you can do to help your claim be successful. Keep a detailed record of how the accident happened. When(…)
Mrs F was visiting her local playground with her daughter and as she went on the Birds Nest Swing she caught her foot on the raised matting causing Mrs F injuries to her leg resulting in 3 fractures. The swing was also found to have been placed at the incorrect height. The Council have now(…)
Mrs B had gone to her local Tesco to do some shopping and as she was exiting the building a large sign blew over knocking the claimant over onto the ground. As a result of the Mrs B’s accident she sustained an injury to her back and arm. Tesco have now admitted responsibility for Mrs(…)
Mr S was walking along a pavement near his home when his walking stick went down into the hole by the side of the manhole cover causing Mr S to fall over an injure himself. The local council initially disputed the claim stating that the hole was not present and dangerous at the time of(…)
Mrs H visited her local Tesco’s to do some shopping and as she walked down the greeting cards aisle she slipped on some plant material which had been left on the floor and not cleaned up by Tesco staff. Mrs H suffered an injury to her back and her toe as a result of her(…)
Mr B was on the first day of a new building site contract when he stepped onto a manhole cover which was not secure and his leg went down the hole causing an injury to his leg. As experts in dealing with claims that happen within the workplace we were able to identify the rules(…)
It is imperative to check inspection records received from local authorities. Mrs B was walking along the pavement when she fell due to one of the paving slabs was rocking and sticking up. The claim was denied by the local authority as they stated they had a reasonable system of inspection in place and no(…)
Mr S was visiting his local Nationwide Bank and after doing his banking he had to walk down a slopped exit which was wet from the rain outside and no matting had been put in place for Mr S to walk upon. Mr S slipped and fell and injured his left arm. Liability for the(…)
Miss O visited her local Lidl to do some shopping and as she walked towards the tills Miss O Slipped and fell on the floor. Lidl had left a spillage on the floor and had failed to clean up the area. Miss O suffered an injury to her wrist, foot and ankle as a result(…)
Mrs S was at work. It was a training day and staff were moving around the premises from room to room taking part in training exercises. Her employer had provided refreshments including bottled water. As Mrs S was walking to her next venue she slipped and fell on water that had been spilled on the(…)
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