Have you suffered a personal injury from a Slip, Trip or Fall? Use our interactive claims calculator to get a better understanding of how much your claim for compensation could be worth:
Here at Cute Injury, we are dedicated to providing a high level of professional service - helping you to make a Slip and Trip claim and win the compensation you are entitled to. Our aim is to give you a professional service you can depend on, let us help you with your slip and trip compensation claim with the utmost care and efficiency. It is important to have the right advice when making a claim following a slip, trip or fall that you believe to be the fault of another party. As a long established personal injury claim company, the solicitors we work with will help guide you through the claims process from start to finish. We work on a No Win No Fee* basis, so you get the maximum compensation you are entitled to.
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Slips and trips happen every day and are one of the most common accidents in Britain. These unexpected accidents are usually caused by cracked pavements or wet floors and can result in injuries such as back pain, sprained ankles, head injuries, concussion and many more. If you have suffered such an injury, you need a compensation solicitor that can help you earn the settlement you deserve.
There are lots of reasons for letting a dedicated Personal Injury Claims Company help you, including:
Slip, trip and fall claims are one of the most common forms of Personal Injury Claims, as anyone can become injured at any time as the result of a Slip, Trip or Fall.
The term 'Slip, Trip or Fall Claim' refers to any accident where the victim is eligible to make a claim for compensation because the negligence of another caused the accident and directly led to their injury.
Slips, trips, and falls are often considered to be fairly minor accidents - we've all fallen over at some point, after all - but for many people, the effects can be very serious and long-lasting. For example, injuring a knee or wrist could lead to you being out of work for long periods and can badly limit your quality of life.
Making a compensation claim can, therefore, help you recover any lost earnings, as well as pay for any medical expenses and treatment costs you may have incurred as a result of your injury. As well as this, making a claim will also help to highlight the negligence that led to your accident and ensure it doesn't happen to anyone else.
If you have suffered an injury after an accident that was caused by the negligence of someone else, then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. In terms of slip, trip and fall claims, the question of negligence comes in the form of who was responsible for the conditions that led to your fall.
This is because the people in charge of public spaces have a 'duty of care' to protect people and ensure the environment is safe. For example, local authorities such as councils have a duty of care to ensure that pavements and steps are well-maintained and do not present a danger to people who use them. Likewise, a shop needs to ensure that their floors are safe and that any spillages or potential hazards are dealt with and/or clearly marked with warning signs.
If you have suffered an injury and think you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation, then contact us now for a free, no-obligation consultation. Our experienced personal injury solicitors will assess your claim and, if you are eligible, will proceed your claim on a No Win No Fee* basis.
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