Public Liability Injury

Public Liability Injury

Public liability injuries happen when someone hurts themselves because another person or group has neglected their duty of care for visitors’ to their premises. If you were injured in an accident that was not your fault in a public place, then you may be entitled to apply for injury compensation. Claims Direct deal with public liability injury compensation claims on a No Win No Fee basis.

In order to get public liability compensation, you will have to show that the organisation responsible for maintaining the property or outside space was negligent and therefore caused you injury. Claims Direct are here to help you understand if you have a personal injury claim or not.

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We have Personal Injury Solicitors and Litigation Lawyers in England, Scotland and Wales who specialise in public liability injury. Our Lawyers can provide you with immediate legal representation, and we can arrange for rehabilitation support services and equipment to be provided anywhere in the UK.

How to Claim Compensation for Injuries Caused by Public Liability

The first step in claiming personal injury compensation is to contact Claims Direct and tell us what happened. We need to know how, where and when the accident that caused your injuries took place. If there were any witnesses or you have any photos of the accident scene, or your injuries; we’ll need these too.

When we have all the necessary details, a Personal Injury Lawyer will evaluate your claim on a No Win No Fee basis. We can then tell you how successful your claim is expected to be.

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Examples of Public Liability Injuries

The most common type of public liability injuries are slips, trips or falls. These can be caused by spillages that leave indoor floors slippery, obstructions, or badly kept paths or roads.

For example, you can make a public liability injury claim against a shop or supermarket if you slip on something such as spilt liquid left on the floor. If your injury occurred on council-owned property, such as a public footpath or a school, then you can make a public liability injury claim against the local authority. However, if your injury happened on public property during the course of your employment, then you can make a public liability injury claim against your employer.

You may even be able to claim injury compensation under public liability regulations if your accident happened in a private home, for example, if you fell on dangerous or badly-lit steps or were hit by a falling roof tile. The home owner or landlord should have insurance coverage for these types of accidental injuries.

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Phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Claims Direct is one of the largest personal injury claims management companies in the UK, with specialist Personal Injury Lawyers in England, Scotland and Wales.

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