Public injury case studies show that personal injury claims following many different types of accident can indeed be successful. Here are some public injury case studies where claims were won.
Public injury case studies
The following two case studies were published by the InjuriesBoard.ie (Ireland):
- Case 1: A college student left with visible residual scars on his face after being bitten by a shop’s loose guard dog received a total of 3,800 in compensation for his for pain and suffering.
- Case 2: A sales manager injured by broken glass in a local grocery store was awarded 3,800 for the pain and suffering the deep cut on his hand caused him.
Public injury case studies closer to home
Here are some of the cases our own Accident Advice Helpline legal team brought to successful conclusions:
- Case 1: Ann called us after being hit by a fridge door at work. Her work accident, which caused a broken nose, resulted in work injury compensation totalling £6500.
- Case 2: Debra broke her elbow when slipping and falling down a stairwell at a friend’s house because of some water on the floor. She received £3800 in slip injury compensation.
- Case 3: Richard sustained injuries to his arms and legs, as well as a cut on his lip and whiplash when being hit by a van in a cycling accident. Still suffering aches and pains even now, he was awarded cycling injury compensation totalling £3500.
These case studies form just a tiny proportion of the many claims for injuries sustained by slips, trips and falls, road traffic accidents and accidents at work we brought to successful conclusions since establishing our law firm in 2000.
You, too, can benefit from our years of experience.
Getting in touch with us
If you had a trip, slip or fall, a workplace or traffic accident, or any other type of accident in a public place, you can get in touch with us and our in-house solicitors by completing the 30-second test here on our website.
Alternatively, you can enlist our help by discussing your case with an advisor on telephone number 0333 500 0993 from your mobile, or 0800 689 0500 from a landline. Whether you contact us online or by telephone, any information and personal details you are asked to provide will be treated with complete confidentiality and you will be under no obligation to go ahead and make a claim at any time.