For many people, the first thing they would associate with any type of fall would be embarrassment. However this is possibly the best outcome.
For some people, the outcome is to suffer one or more injuries that could be unpleasant, painful and possibly long-term in the way they affect their lives.
The team at Accident Advice Helpline has come across a selection of cases whereby people have been hurt because they have fallen in a shop. This might incur falling down a set of stairs, falling over in a spillage or tripping and falling over an obstruction of some kind on the shop floor.
In any event, such an accident can lead to a nasty injury for the person involved. Cuts, bruises, broken bones and sprains can all potentially result from a fall, depending on the circumstances involved.
How easy is it to claim shop fall compensation?
The primary factor is to determine whether another individual was responsible for letting the accident happen. For example, the owner of the shop has a duty to make sure the premises are safe.
They should ensure the floors are cleaned regularly and kept free of potential obstructions. There should be no stock on the floor where it might be tripped over.
If you fall over in a shop and you think it was the fault of the shop, it is worth finding out whether this was in fact the case. This can sometimes be difficult to do alone. That’s why a no win, no fee claims procedure could be the way to go.
You can call a company such as Accident Advice Helpline for example, and have someone else handle the situation for you.
Call us today
Since we have 15 years’ experience in dealing with all kinds of claims for compensation, there is a good chance we may be able to handle your shop fall compensation claim as well.
We’ll look into the facts on your behalf to see whether you have enough evidence to support a strong claim against the shop in question.
All you need to do is to call us on 0800 689 0500. Accident Advice Helpline’s team is on hand to provide support and advice so you know where you stand and whether or not your claim could result in receiving compensation. Just that one call is all it takes to begin.
Date Published: September 12, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead