Accident solicitor in Stock


Accident Solicitor Stock

The village of Stock in the south of Essex has plenty to offer of an evening, despite its relatively small size. Home to a number of lively pubs, the village is the perfect place in which to relax and unwind after a hard day’s work.

Unfortunately, not everyone stays safe while spending time in pubs in Stock. Many different types of injuries can be sustained in drinking establishments, including:

  • Accidental injuries
    Some of the most common accidental injuries sustained by customers include slips due to drink spillages on the floor and cuts from broken glasses and defective bottles.
  • Acts of violence
    Customers may fall victim to violent attacks from other customers. Any injuries resulting from acts of violence are considered criminal injuries.
  • Assault by staff
    Door staff, formally known as “bouncers”, are not always present in pubs. However, staff may be overzealous and may manhandle drunken customers.

Anyone who feels they have been subjected to personal injuries in a pub may be able to claim compensation from the owners of the drinking establishment or alternatively, from the criminal injuries compensation authority.

Accidents sustained by pub staff

Customers are not the only individuals who may sustain injuries in pubs. Staff may also fall victim to accidental injuries and assaults.

  • Accidental injuries to staff
    Employers should protect their staff from accidents by following health and safety regulations. They should therefore ensure that their staff do not slip on spillages or injure themselves while using potentially dangerous equipment.
  • Assault by customers
    Pub staff are often at risk of physical or sexual assault from drunken customers. In the event of a criminal act, a staff member may be able to make a claim against their employer and the criminal injuries compensation authority.

The value of a pub accident claim

The value of a pub accident compensation claim will depend on the nature of the injuries suffered. An accident solicitor in Stock will be able to provide detailed guidance to anyone wishing to make a claim.

Hiring an accident solicitor Stock

Accident Advice Helpline can provide timely access to a specialist accident solicitor in Stock. Every month, we help thousands of people to make 100% no win, no fee* claims and get the justice they deserve.

To receive more information about making a claim, pub accident victims should call our Freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and speak to an advisor.

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