Accidents In Public Claims
If you've been injured when out and about in a public space and it was not your fault, Claims 24 can help you successfully claim compensation with our no win no fee policy.
Am I Entitled To Make A Claim?
Businesses have a legal duty to keep the public safe when on their premises as well as the council and local authorities who must ensure public spaces are properly maintained. If you have suffered an injury following an accident in a public place, then you could be entitled to compensation.
Claims 24 have helped thousands of people successfully claim for injuries sustained from:
• A fall, slip, or trip
• A supermarket injury
• A shopping centre injury
• An injury/illness sustained on holiday
If you are unsure whether you are entitled to make a claim, call our expert solicitors for a free consultation today for advice and support.
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Whatever the circumstances of your accident, Claims 24 are here to help.
Falls, Slips & Trips
Have you tripped on a defective pavement? Or fallen due to a broken paving slab, a raised edge or maybe even a pothole that wasn’t clearly marked or signposted? Our experienced solicitors have helped thousands make successful compensation claims.Read More
Just like careless driving or poorly maintained roads or pathways, accidents can occur in supermarkets on a daily basis. If you've been involved in an accident at a supermarket that wasn't your fault, you could be entitled to compensation
Shopping Centre Injury
Hundreds of accidents happen in shopping centres across England and Wales every month. If you have suffered an injury following an accident that wasn't your fault, then you could be entitled to claim compensation.Read More
If you were away on a package holiday that you booked through a tour operator and you suffered an illness, You are eligible to make a claim against the tour operator with whom you booked the package holiday.
Get In Contact Today To Start Your Claim
Starting your claim is easy! Call us on our 24/7 helpline or email us to get a response from one of our expert team members.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have to make a claim?
You typically have around 3 years to start your personal injury claim and the time is counted from the date of your accident.
There are exceptions to the three-year rule in some cases, so if you think you might have a claim we advise you to contact us as soon as possible so we can determine your chances for successful compensation.
How much compensation could I receive?
The amount of compensation varies depending on the type of accident, the severity of the injury, and the individual situation as each person can be affected differently.
As the amount varies case to case, our personal injury solicitors can assess your situation and provide you with a more accurate quote. For a quick estimate on how much you could be entitled to, why not visit our claims calculator?
What can I claim for?
Depending on your case you can claim for both general and special losses.
General losses include the amount of pain and suffering the injury caused which will be set by a medical expert after an examination.
Special losses include:
• Travel Expenses
• Medical Care & Prescription Costs
• Loss of Earnings
• Household Assistance & Adaptations
Can I make a claim for someone else?
Our clients are welcome to make compensation claims on behalf of their children or provide claim details of their friends and relatives with who they were with.
What should I do if I have been injured?
There are several things you can do to help support your case if you have been injured in public and feel you may be entitled to make a claim:
• Gather photographic evidence: clear pictures of the accident area can be really helpful although it may not always be possible
• Obtain witness statements: these help us build your claim
• Record any injury details and/or symptoms: This will support any medical evidence and show the rate of your recovery.
• Record any financial losses: This includes any expenses you’ve personally made as a direct result of your injury.