Public Accident Injuries
If you have suffered from an injury in a public place you are not alone. Over 110,000 injuries are caused every year across the UK due to health and safety issues. Our expert team of public accident injury solicitors here at McDermott Smith Law can assist you with your case from start to finish.
If you have experienced a trip, slip or fall in a public place, you might have suffered an injury whether that be minor such as a sprain or simple fracture, or even something more serious such as loss of function, damage, amputation or paralysis. No matter how big or small your injury is, it shouldn’t have happened and our team of public accident injury solicitors can assist you in getting compensation you deserve.
What can you make a public accident injury claim against?
The first step our public accident injury solicitors will take is to establish who the legally responsible party is that should take liability for the accident and resulting injuries. In some cases, it can be difficult to figure out who is to blame for a particular accident injury, however, it can still be possible to make a claim in this instance.
Public accident injury claims can be made against;
- Local authorities
- Private land owner
In a lot of cases, the responsible party will be insured for cases like your own and therefore our public accident injury solicitors can liaise directly with the insurance company in order to claim your owed compensation.
Can I claim for an injury that happened at work?
Yes. If you believe that your injury is the result of your employer not taking responsible steps towards your personal safety, then our experienced personal injury solicitors can advise on your case and whether you can pursue a slip, trip and fall compensation claim.
If you are unsure as to whether you have a claim or not to make, and would like some further assistance from our expert public accident injury solicitors simply fill out our contact form or call us on 0151 363 6799. We have assisted numerous clients around Liverpool and the country to make a successful slip, trip and fall claim after suffering an accident that was somebody else’s fault.