If you’ve had a slip, trip or fall accident in the last three years that was the fault of another person or organisation, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. Regardless of where the accident took place, if the injury was down to negligent upkeep, you may be eligible for compensation.
Many of these accidents happen at work, where employers are legally responsible for the health and safety of their workers. If your slip, trip or fall was caused by a disregard for this responsibility, we could help you make a personal injury compensation claim.
Meanwhile, dangerous protruding paving stones and potholes are a major cause of serious injuries after a slip, trip or fall. Local authorities can be held accountable for accidents like this as it is their responsibility to make sure roads and paths are safe for pedestrians.
Furthermore, there are laws protecting people from falling in public venues, such as shops, restaurants and car parks. If the owners of these establishments have not adhered to their responsibility to ensure the safety of their customers and you suffer an injury from a slip or trip accident as a result, you may be entitled to compensation.
As a personal injury solicitor with many years of experience handling injury claims involving slip and trip accidents, Hayward Baker has represented a variety of clients, getting them the reparations that they deserve. Our specialist team will be able to advise you on how to gather evidence in support of your claim and we will provide representation on a No Win No Fee basis. Contact us today for free, no-obligation advice.