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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

    Compensation for ankle injuries


    Most of us don’t think twice about the condition of pavements in our town or city, but what if you catch your shoe in a cracked pavement slab or trip on a broken kerb and suffer ankle injuries as a result of a fall on a pavement? Ankle injuries can be serious — if you break….

    Compensation for tripping up on a pavement


    If pavements and walkways are not maintained, they can cause trip and fall injuries to pedestrians. We spend so much time walking on pavements that we sometimes forget it is somebody’s responsibility to make sure that they are safe. In most cases, this responsibility falls on the local council. Potholes in pavements can be just….

    Compensation for falling down pub cellar doors


    When a pub takes a delivery of alcohol it often gets stored in the cellar. There are usually cellar doors that are only opened when alcohol needs to be taken down into storage or brought back up to sell in the pub. Generally speaking the cellar doors are in the floor and open up into….

    Can I claim for slipping at a hotel swimming pool?


    ContentsSlipping near the swimming poolWho is responsible for my accident?Do I have a valid claim?What can Accident Advice Helpline do for me?Holidays are meant to be a time of fun and relaxation. Unfortunately, accidents can put a damper on the holiday mood. One of the common questions Accident Advice Helpline gets from our clients after….

    Can I claim for tripping over wires at work?


    Call Accident Advice Helpline to get the most accurate answer to the question: “Can I claim for tripping over wires at work?” Safety in the workplace The most common causes of workplace injuries include slips, trips and falls. They are also the most preventable cause of workplace accidents. Tripping over trailing cables and wires at….

    Top 5 reasons people get hurt at work


    Workplaces can be hazardous and there are a number of ways in which people can become ill or injured at work. Unfortunately, accidents do happen, although there are steps that employers or employees can take to ensure the safety of staff. Here are some of the more common reasons that people get hurt at work:….

    Pub/bar accidents: Wet floor slips


    ContentsWhat causes wet floor slips in pubs and bars?What else can cause slips and trips in pubs?Who’s responsible for your accident?What injuries can be caused by slips in a pub?Should you make a claim after your accident?How much compensation could you receive?Wet floor slips are amongst the most common accidents to occur in pubs and….

    Swimming pool accidents: Slips, trips and falls


    ContentsHow do slips, trips and falls happen?What injuries do slips, trips and falls cause?How common are slips, trips and falls at pools?Claiming compensation for pool accidentsSwimming pools are a great place to take the kids during the school holidays, or for a day out when the weather is rainy – and swimming is actually an….

    Aviation accidents: Slips and trips


    Common causes of air accident injury claims are slips and trips. Slips and trips can be dangerous and lead to personal injuries such as bruises, twisted ankles, back injuries or even broken bones. How do slips and trips happen during passenger flights? Passengers could firstly fall or slip on their way to the aircraft, potentially….

    The most common factory accidents


    ContentsAre you at risk of injury?How were you injured?How much compensation could you get for factory accidents?Who’s to blame for factory accidents?Factories have the potential to be hazardous places, whether you work at a food manufacturing factory or an electronics factory. Unfortunately factory accidents can often lead to serious injuries, which may mean taking time….

    First aid for slips and trips


    ContentsWhat to do after an accidentWho’s to blame for your accident?Why you might need first aid for slips and tripsTreating your slip and trip injuriesHow common are slip and trip accidents?How much compensation could you get?Did you know that slips and trips are the most common cause of injury in the workplace, according to figures….

    Making a wet floor slipping accident claim


    Here at Accident Advice Helpline our team of experienced solicitors are on hand to advise you on how to go about making a successful wet floor slipping accident claim. Many victims of wet floor slips suffer in silence, not knowing that they can claim and win compensation for their injuries. Wet floors are a real….

    I slipped on wet floor at my hotel, can I claim?


    ContentsIs my claim eligible?Proving liability for the accidentThe process involved in making the claimOne of the most common questions we are asked by people on holiday or business trips is: ”I slipped on wet floor at my hotel, can I claim?” If you slipped on wet floor at your hotel you may be eligible to….

    Claiming for tripping over an obtrusive tree root


    You may have heard that you can only take legal action if your accident was caused by another person, so is claiming for tripping over an obtrusive tree root possible? Actually, the answer is yes — at least in some circumstances. It all hinges on where the accident occurred and who was responsible for maintaining….

    What is the average payout for a slip or fall?


    ContentsUnderstanding the average payout for a slip or fall?Which industries might see greater occurrences of a slip or a fall?Staying safe in the winter monthsThird-party negligenceCould we help you work out whether you can claim?Is there such a thing as an average payout for a slip or fall? These are among the more common things….

    Spillages in the workplace — who is responsible?


    Employers have a legal obligation to ensure that their employees work in a healthy and safe environment. Spillages in the workplace fall under this obligation. Additionally, they are also charged with the responsibility of developing preventative measures in order to minimise or eliminate the risks of accidents in the workplace. Part of this responsibility involves….

    I had a fall at work and want injury compensation


    Slips, trips and falls are the main causes of injury at work and we at Accident Advice Helpline receive calls regarding compensation for these every day. If you have had a fall at work and you feel that it was not your fault, then here are the steps you can take to receive appropriate injury….

    Top Five Causes of Workplace Accidents


    Every year, tens of thousands of people suffer workplace accidents. While many of these are fortunately only minor, some people are left severely injured following an accident at work. In addition, workplace accidents claim the lives of around 15 people annually. While accidents can happen any time and to anyone, many workplace accidents are unavoidable. Accordingly,….

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