Accident claims in Bathgate


If you own or are responsible for the upkeep of a property, even a private residential address, it will be important that you realise that you could face accident claims in Bathgate action if a visitor to your property were to be injured in an accident that was not their fault. This will be something you’ll need to bear in mind regardless of whether you live in the house you own, or have a portfolio of buy-to-let properties. In some cases, even tenants could be held liable. If a tenancy agreement states that a renter is responsible for some aspect of the upkeep of the building they’re in, they could come up against problems if they failed to do so if this resulted in somebody being injured in an accident that was not their fault.

Property owner negligence and accident claims in Bathgate

The condition you keep your path or driveway in could end up causing you accident claims in Bathgate trouble. If you were not as house proud as you should be when it comes to keeping your walkways free of ice and snow in the winter, a postman or some other delivery person could sue you for personal injury compensation if they were to be injured after slipping. You could also face problems if a visitor were to slip on moss that had formed on your path or driveway.

If you own an aggressive dog, you would be well advised to keep it in a location where it could not gain access to anybody who visits your house. If your canine were to bite a person that came to your home, the injured party might be able to take accident claims in Bathgate action against you. This will be true regardless of whether the person concerned was a close friend or a door-to-door salesman.

The state of your roof could also cause you problems, particularly if you live in a house that fronts directly onto a walkway. If any slates on your roof were to become loose and fall on a passer-by’s head, you could find yourself in a spot of legal hot water.

What might you face?

Anybody who was injured as a result of you failing to take adequate steps to ensure that visitors to your property were safe may be able to retain the services of a top 100% no win no fee* accident claims in Bathgate solicitor such as Accident Advice Helpline with a view to getting as much compensation as they could out of you. If the firm agreed to represent them, they would not need to pay any money upfront to get their case off the ground.

To discuss your accident in more detail with one of our expert advisers dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile now.

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