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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

    What are shopping malls responsible for?


    Like supermarkets and other establishments frequented by the public, shopping malls have a legal responsibility to take all necessary, reasonable precautions to prevent slips, trips and falls and other accidents on their premises. Responsibility in shopping malls Unlike individual stores or restaurants, for instance, shopping malls typically consist of a collection of establishments gathered within or around a common site….

    Coping with the retail crowds on Boxing Day


    You’ve crawled out of bed, managed to shake off the Christmas evening slump and are ready to tackle the retail crowds on Boxing Day. But, did you know that the rush of the sales can, in fact, lead to some serious retail-related injuries? From slips, trips and falls, to crushed and bodies and fellow-shopper violence,….

    Accidents when a slippery surface sign is out


    The purpose of a slippery surface sign is to warn passers by and customers that an area has had a recent spillage and could cause a slip injury. However, if someone does suffer a slip, trip or fall around the slippery surface sign who would be liable? Slips, trips and falls where no sign exists….

    Survivor guide: Black Friday sales


    Most of us would admit to loving a bargain and the Black Friday sales has become something of a phenomenon. Arriving in the UK from America, last year’s scenes of crowds gathering to grab cut-price products at department stores and supermarkets in the run-up to Christmas made the national news and the front pages of all….

    Survivor guide: The ‘Cyber Monday’ sales


    Cyber Monday sales happens every December just after America’s Thanksgiving weekend. This event started in America but has since become popular in other countries. Whilst it is a safer event than those that happen in store as you do not have to shove or push your way through the crowds there are still certain things….

    How can I claim if suffer a supermarket accident?


    Supermarkets are occasionally scenes of incidents resulting in personal injuries to customers or staff members. Such incidents may, for example, consist of people: Tripping and falling over obstacles like products or boxes left in aisles or protruding shelving parts Slipping on spills or wet flooring, wrappers or other litter Tripping over uneven, loose or damaged….

    Five most common retail accidents


    ContentsWhere to go for helpGoing shopping rarely strikes anyone as a potentially dangerous activity. Shop accidents are, however, surprisingly common. The most common retail accidents leading to shoppers or shop employees sustaining personal injuries are centred on incidents involving slips, trips and falls. Spills Injuries by slipping on spills are fairly common. Shop owners are….

    Survivor guide: Shopping on Regent Street, London


    Shopping in London can be an enjoyable activity. With the array of shops there is always a place you haven’t visited or a new place to check out. However, London is a very busy city and accidents can happen, in particular on busy avenues such as Regent Street. One of the most common accidents to….

    Is ‘Black Friday’ a genuine risk to public health


    Black Friday is the Friday following Thanksgiving where the shops hold massive sales. This tradition started in America but has now spread to the UK amongst many other countries. It is known in America as the busiest shopping day of the year and for many it is a day they can do their Christmas shopping…..

    Is supermarket safety a big issue?


    Supermarkets are an essential part of life for most people. It is a great place to get your weekly shop as well as a few treats for you and your family. However, as it is full of hazards such as slip, trip or fall hazards, is supermarket safety a big issue? How do slips, trip….

    Survivor guide: Shopping on Carnaby Street, London


    London is a great place for shopping. There are so many different markets and shopping centres from Camden market to Westfield. However, one of the most popular shopping locations in London is Carnaby Street. Located in the West End, it is great for fashion lovers and shopping addicts alike. As this is such a popular….

    What are garden centre owners liable for?


    As one of the UK’s leading law firms when it comes to all areas of personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline has encountered claims from a wide variety of businesses and economic sectors. As part of our service, we publish these handy blog articles to show our potential clients, the kinds of accidents for which….

    Common shopping mall injuries


    A shopping mall is full of potential accident risks meaning there are certain common shopping mall injuries that are more likely to occur whilst out and about. One of the most common accidents to occur in a mall is slips, trips or falls. How do slips, trips and falls occur in a shopping mall? There….

    Five far-fetched but possible DIY store accidents


    DIY stores are like an Aladdin’s cave for those of us who are looking to redecorate or redesign their homes. From a new coat of paint for the living room, to those book shelves you’ve been meaning to put up in the bedroom, they have all the gadgets and gizmos need to turn a house into….

    In focus: Compensation for hair damage


    Women around the world regularly visit hairdressing salons for a wide range of treatments to ‘beautify’ their hair. Unfortunately, these treatments are not without risk and can lead to hair damage. Toxic chemicals Dyes, bleaches and tinting agents all contain toxic chemicals which, if mixed or applied improperly or left on the scalp for too….

    Can ‘mystery shoppers’ help reduce my accident risk?


    Mystery shoppers are employed by many companies in order to regularly observe employee compliance when it comes to engaging with customers. They perform a vital role in ensuring that a company’s reputation is upheld when it comes to dealing with the public. Could a mystery shopper help reduce the risk of an accident such as….

    Is there any potential accident risk within a fitting room?


    When you are trying on clothes in a shop fitting room, you don’t think about any potential hazards which could cause a slip, trip or fall claim but they are still there. What potential slip, trip or fall claims are there within a fitting room? The main one is trip injuries caused by hangers or….

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