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    Accident Lawyer in Symonds Yat


    When you’ve been injured on the property of a business, there are a lot of things that will be considered when it comes to your claim. Obviously most businesses are going to trying to dispute what you said happened and say that you set it up. Below are some of the things that are likely to be considered if you were injured on a property and you want to make a claim through an accident lawyer in Symonds Yat.

     

    First thing for your accident lawyer in Symonds Yat to consider –  How long was it a problem?

     

    This is one thing that is likely to affect your settlement. If the defect was there for a long time, your lawyer may be able to get you a bigger settlement since the place should have known that it was a problem and should have fixed it.

     

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    Second  thing for your accident lawyer in Symonds Yat to consider What other kinds of problems does the place have?

     

    One of the things that your lawyer might look at is if the place has a lot of problems that they aren’t taking care of. If the place itself is a hazard and it’s evident that it’s not being maintained, then that may greatly affect the amount of money that you’re getting.

     

    Third thing for your accident lawyer in Symonds Yat to consider – Why was the item left there?

     

    If you tripped over something and that was the cause of your injury, that could make a difference in your claim. If the item was there and had a legitimate reason to be there, then you may not be able to get money for your injuries. But if it was left there out of negligence or because someone was too lazy to put it away, then that may bode well for you in your claim.

     

    Fourth thing for your accident lawyer in Symonds Yat to consider Were there precautions taken?

     

    If there was a spill on the floor that you slipped on, was it clearly marked so that you knew that there was water or another substance on the floor? If it was clearly marked, then you may not be able to claim for money. But if it hadn’t been marked, that’s another story.

     

    Fifth thing for your accident lawyer in Symonds Yat to consider Were there other problems in the area?

     

    Maybe you fell on steps and you hurt yourself. But were there other problems with the steps? For example, was there enough lighting on the steps so that you could see where you were going? This is something that is going to be taken into consideration. If there were other problems with the area in which you fell, it shows that the person was not taking care of their business and that they didn’t have your safety in mind.

    One of the things that you should do when you have been injured in a business is to get a solicitor to help you with your claim. They are going to help you with investigating and make sure that you are treated fairly. If you would like help with finding a solicitor, give us a call. We have helped lots of people with finding a solicitor and will be glad to help you.

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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