DIY stores are extremely convenient when you need something specific like a particular colour of paint, a new tool kit or a new chandelier. However, as we all know, trolleys can either be a tremendous source of convenience or tremendously inconvenient.
A wonky trolley can wreak havoc on your shopping
You should be careful not to overload your trolley, as this can increase the risk of accidents and injuries to yourself or to others. Of course, when browsing a DIY shop or a supermarket, there are few things more irritating than a wonky trolley. They can be difficult to move and can often have a mind of their own, turning right when you want to turn left, or hardly moving at all.
Have you been injured in a trolley accident that was not your fault?
All DIY stores have a duty to ensure that their trolleys are in a good working order and do not present a safety risk to customers. Indeed, workplace managers also have a duty to enact health and safety measures to keep work accidents to a minimum, just as manual handling businesses must protect their customers from industrial injuries and having to seek repetitive strain injury compensation.
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Contact Accident Advice Helpline if you’ve been the victim of an injury that was someone else’s fault. Whether you’ve sustained injuries in a DIY store, have been injured in a road traffic accident, or are looking to make a claim for repetitive strain injury compensation, give our team a call.
Established in the year 2000, Accident Advice Helpline helps thousands of innocent injury victims who have suffered accidents at work, and other locations, obtain justice for the hardship caused by incidents that were not their fault. We are recommended by the popular consumer champion Esther Rantzen.
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You can use our online calculator and find out in just 30 seconds if your claim could be successful. Alternatively, feel free to give us a call on our 24/7 freephone line. If we can approve your claim, we’ll let you know how much compensation you could be entitled to, which will depend on the severity of your personal injury and the impact it has had on your quality of life, among other factors.
Date Published: September 30, 2014
Author: Accident Advice