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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."

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    Market stall injury advice


    Market stall injury advice

    If you were injured shopping or out in a market, you may be looking for credible market stall injury advice. Perhaps you were injured by someone else visiting the market, or because the marketplace was unsafe. You may not realise it, but when you visit a public space such as a market, the local authority or market organisers have a duty of care towards you.

    If it can be shown, for example, that your market stall accident happened because of a breach of health and safety regulations, you may be in a strong position to start a market stall injury claim. To find out more about your legal rights and to get market stall injury advice tailored to your needs, contact the personal injury specialists at Accident Advice Helpline today.

    Your market stall injury

    Visiting a market, you are unlikely to be too concerned with your personal well-being. Most market stalls are of course safe and well looked after, meaning you do not have to worry about keeping yourself safe. Markets tend to be low-risk, and even if things can go wrong, the risks involved tend to be non-hazardous.

    That said, you could have been injured in a market stall accident, with a potentially long-lasting physical or psychological effect. You could have been injured because the market stall collapsed, trapping you or injuring you by falling on you. You may have a potential right to claim compensation if it can be shown that this was the result of the market stallholder’s actions or negligence.

    You could also have been injured because the market was held on dangerous grounds, or because its organisers failed to ensure your health and safety. Again, if this negligence can be proven, you may have a potentially strong claim to compensation. To find out more about health and safety regulations as they might apply to your case, and for more personalised market stall injury advice, call our experts today at Accident Advice Helpline.

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    What to do after your accident: Some helpful tips

    Some general market stall injury advice is to try and remember as much about your accident as possible. Write down the details about what happened, or start thinking of a list that you can go through with one of our personal injury advisers when you call. A list of factual details may include:

    • Where and when did your accident happen?
    • How your accident happened: who caused it, and what kind of evidence exists to prove another person’s culpability?
    • Did someone else witness your accident?
    • What is the nature of your injury? Did you have to seek medical help, or attend psychological counselling?

    Get the market stall injury advice you need

    To get the market stall injury advice you need, simply call our free 24-hour helpline, on 0800 689 0500.

    If you are calling us form a mobile phone then you can dial 0333 500 0993 or text claim365 to 88010 and one of our advisers will contact you.

    When you speak with an adviser you can talk through your accident in confidence and in the knowledge that you are receiving detailed and credible market stall injury advice.

    Date Published: August 22, 2015

    Author: Lee Tadd

    Category: Accident in a shop

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