Slip, trip and fall claims

Have you been injured in a trip, fall or slip anywhere?

A slip, trip or fall can often result in a sprain, broken bones and sometimes more serious injury. If the accident occurred because the area concerned was poorly maintained or not kept reasonably clean, you may be entitled to claim compensation from those responsible for the safety and maintenance of the area.

Claim Compensation

The types of claims we handle include those arising from poorly maintained paving, poorly lit areas, and accidents in shops, shopping centres and other areas.

Companies and organisations have a duty of care to people who visit their premises. They must take all reasonable measures to assess and reduce or remove risks to the health and safety of visitors. Councils also have a responsibility to make sure that all roads, pavements and bridle paths are well-maintained and clear of defects to avoid accidents.

No Win No Fee Injury Claims

We offer a genuine ‘no win no fee’ service, meaning that if your claim is unsuccessful, you don’t pay a penny. With a nationwide service, we can visit you at home, work or in hospital.

If you’ve suffered and injury as a result of a slip, trip or fall then get in touch with our experienced team of personal injury solicitors. Your first contact won’t cost you anything and could get you on the road to recovery, securing compensation for the future.

We successfully conclude thousands of cases each year, securing compensation for our clients from £1,000 to over £1,000,000.

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Claim in confidence today 0800 048 2355 or leave your details below to find out within an hour if we can help.

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Big thanks to Tim and Dagmara - they led to a positive end of a very difficult case, they did not give up even for a moment, even though I did not believe in winning anymore. I highly recommend this team - huge experience, determination in acting for the benefit of the client, very good contact at every stage of the case. Mr P.