Slips, Trips or Fall Accidents
Slips and trips can cause a variety of injuries ranging from mild bruises to soft tissue damage and broken bones. While slips and trips rarely lead to a permanent injury or disability, they often cause the affected person to face a financially challenging condition arising due to unexpected medical expenses and lost workdays. In such a situation, a monetary compensation can help a person get the financial support they need to seek expert medical care and pay for living expenses. At Dominic & Co Solicitors Ltd., we can help you claim compensation if you have suffered injuries due to the negligence of the owner of the place where you slipped or tripped. We have a team of expert solicitors who have an extensive experience of handling personal injury claims for slips, trips, and falls. We can help you gather all the relevant and useful information and file a successful compensation claim for personal injury.
What is a Slip, Trip, or Fall Claim?
From your school or workplace to a shopping mall or restaurant, slips and trip accidents can happen anytime at anyplace. Slips, trips, or falls that result in an injury and are caused due to the negligence of the property owner are eligible for monetary compensation. You may consider contacting Dominic & Co Solicitors Ltd for making a compensation claim for a slip or trip accident if you or your loved one has suffered injuries due to any of the following reasons.
- Injuries due to slip and trip accidents that are a result of wet floors or faulty equipment with no clear warning of danger
- Injuries arising due to defective premises
- Injuries arising due to inadequate lighting in a public building
- Injuries cause due to tripping over a hidden or inappropriately placed object in a public place
- Injuries caused due to a patch of icy ground in a public place
- Injuries due to uneven flooring and cracked or uneven pavements
Getting Compensation for an Injury Caused a Slip, Trip, or Fall Accident
The amount of compensation awarded in a slip and trip injuries claim depends on a number of factors, including the severity of the injuries that you have sustained as a result of the accident, the loss of earnings arising from the accident, medical bills, travel expenses, and your role in the accident. If the court finds you to be partly responsible for the accident, it may reduce the compensation you're entitled to receive. Therefore, it is important that you work with an expert solicitor who can help you prove in the court that you deserve a compensation for your injuries and other damages caused by the accident. Contact us to find out more or to arrange a consultation with an experienced personal injury solicitors.