Public Place Accident Compensation Claims
All companies that allow visitors onto their premises, such as shops, hospitals, or offices, have a legal duty to ensure that the visitors will be reasonably safe using the premises. This legal duty also applies to outdoor places such as car parks, streets and bus stations.
Accidents can happen in different ways, for example, slipping or tripping on a loose floor mat in a shop, falling because of a pothole in a path, or slipping on a wet floor in a medical centre’s waiting room.
If the accident happened due to the fault of the company owning the place where the accident happened then it may be possible to make a public place accident compensation claim for the personal injury and financial losses caused by the accident.
Owners and occupiers of buildings and premises should have insurance cover, and therefore if their negligence or breach of legal duty caused the accident it is usually the insurance company that pays the compensation to the accident victim.
Our experienced legal team of accident compensation specialists will provide a professional and friendly service if you wish to make a compensation claim.
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