Shopping centres are convenient places to do your shopping. You have lots of different shops to visit all under one roof, and that means you don’t generally have to worry about the weather, either. In fact, when you need to do a variety of shopping in one day, they can be the best places to head for.
No one would expect to suffer from any kind of shopping centre accident while they are at the venue. In reality, very few people ever will. Staff working at these centres are trained to do their jobs to the best of their abilities. They are also aware of health and safety, and the managers of each store will do all they can to provide a welcoming and safe experience at all times.
How rare is it for someone to be injured in a shopping centre accident?
If you have already been involved in an accident like this, you will know such things can and do happen. They are rare, indeed, but if you are nursing an injury you will know people do still get caught up in accidents like this, so it won’t seem rare to you. Your biggest concern will be how long it will take to recover from your accident, and whether anyone else was to blame.
Some accidents simply occur through no fault of anyone’s, while others are down to the person who has the accident. However, in some instances, the person who is injured will have suffered that injury because of something someone else has done, or has neglected to do. It is these cases that can result in compensation claims being made.
Can you find out whether you might be entitled to compensation?
You can, and it is very easy to do this. You simply need to contact Accident Advice Helpline to make good use of our 24-hour a day, 7-days a week enquiry line. This is completely free to call on 0800 689 0500, so you can easily find out whether a compensation claim could be in order for you.
If it is, you have a chance to make the claim with the assistance of a professional injury compensation lawyer. We can find out more today, so call us on the number above or take the online test, which lasts just 30 seconds. The sooner you call; the sooner you’ll have an answer.
Date Published: March 6, 2016
Author: Allison Whitehead