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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Accident in a shop

    Supermarket employee accidents: Checkouts

    Supermarket employees in particular are extremely exposed to the risk of an accident at work. Often working long hours, including night-shifts, lifting heavy goods onto shelves, and dealing with slippery floors, supermarket workers have an extremely difficult job. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline takes a look at some of the possible accidents in particular….

    Supermarket Accidents: Defective Trolley

    ContentsWhat accidents can occur from a defective trolley?Is my supermarket obligated to ensure that their trolleys aren’t defective?Can I claim compensation after being injured by a defective trolley?Shopping trolleys are a very useful item and reduce the amount of effort or load carrying a customer has to do when shopping. Murphy’s Law dictates that we….

    Most common supermarket accidents

    Visiting the supermarket is a common activity and not one we usually associate with pain or injury – yet accidents in supermarkets do occur. The main incidents are slips and falls, as well as trips. The most common supermarket accidents are: Obstructions/tripping hazards Leaking freezers Wet floors/spillages Rainwater brought in with customers, particularly in doorways For….

    Who is liable for an accident in a shop

    The number of people being injured in accidents in UK shops is on the increase, and this is worrying because the injuries caused by these accidents can be very inconvenient, severe and even life-changing in some cases. Luckily, anyone who is unfortunate enough to be injured in such an accident may be able to claim….

    Types of accidents that could occur in a shop

    Many of us enjoy a good shopping trip, whether it be a simple ride out to the local supermarket to purchase our favourite foods or a day out to the local shopping centre, where we can purchase anything our hearts desire. Although shopping is seen as a fun, risk-free recreational activity, it is sadly the….

    Treatment for injuries sustained from an accident at a shop

    If you have been injured in an accident in a shop that was not your fault and you think you may be entitled to personal injury compensation, one of the most important things that you will need to think about is getting the appropriate treatment for injuries sustained from an accident at a shop. Here….

    The cost of making a claim for an accident in a shop

    If you have had an accident in a shop, and it was not your fault, then you may be able to claim personal injury compensation for any injuries you sustained. In order to give yourself the best possible chance of making a successful compensation claim, it is advisable that you hire a good personal injury….

    Staying safe whilst out shopping

    When we plan a shopping trip, it is rare that we consider our safety, beyond the usual stuff of ensuring that we all have seatbelts on and that the children are kept an eye on, but we really should be paying more attention to our safety and security, even if we are only popping to….

    Injuries that could be sustained from an accident in a shop

    When you are out shopping, you probably assume that you are fairly safe, and although this is broadly true, there are a surprising number of hazards that any unsuspecting shopper could fall foul of at any time, including wet floors and trampling hordes of bargain hunters. So, it is not all that surprising that hundreds….

    How to claim for an accident in a shop

    Every year, countless people are injured as they go about their daily lives, doing something that we all do every day – shopping. Unfortunately, what should be a fun activity or a simple weekly shop, can so easily become a nightmare due to the negligence of others, and when this happens, there is no reason….

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