Tripping over something can be embarrassing. However it can also be painful and if you were not to blame for tripping, it can be annoying too. Someone’s negligence could be all it takes for you to receive an injury, and even if that injury isn’t bad, it could still disrupt your life for a time.
Tripping up when you are out having a good time is even more frustrating. It is this type of situation that can result in restaurant trip compensation being paid, which could happen if someone else was to blame.
How could a trip happen in a restaurant?
It would depend on the circumstances and the premises and how well they were kept. For instance if the floor is covered in rugs there is a chance you could trip over the edge of one of them. In addition the doorway may be slightly raised with no clear step to tread on. You could trip moving from outside to inside the restaurant if the doormat was out of place and causing a potential hazard too.
However the way you trip does not matter as much as who may have been to blame for the accident. If you want to try and claim restaurant trip compensation you should see whether a professional injury compensation lawyer could get together appropriate evidence that could support a compensation claims process.
Call our friendly team today to find out more
It can be hard to know where to turn in a situation like this. However, when you have Accident Advice Helpline offering a free enquiry line you can call, it makes life easier when you need to find out whether a no win, no fee claim could work for you. Call now on 0800 689 0500 and see whether our lawyers could help you.
Restaurant trip compensation could potentially be paid if you can prove someone else was to blame for your injuries. However you were hurt, call us now to determine how much compensation could potentially be payable to you in the near future. There is no charge to pay for calling this number and no charge for our initial advice either. You only pay if your claims process reaches a successful conclusion, in which case our fee is taken from your compensation when it is paid to you. Make that initial call today and let’s see where it goes.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead