Dundee Personal Injury Claims


Do you need to make a claim after falling down stairs?

Unfortunately, falling down stairs tends to be a fairly common cause of injuries. As it’s easy to trip or stumble down a set of stairs, many people are injured this way each year. In some cases, it may be a straightforward accident and not anyone’s fault which means that it’s unlikely that you can make a claim.

However, in some cases, someone or something else may be responsible for a claimant’s fall, in which case they could go on to make Dundee personal injury claims. If, for example, you were at work and fell down broken or damaged steps, your employers could technically be held responsible and you could potentially make a claim against them.

Similarly, if you were out shopping and the stairs were wet but there was no notice to warn you and you fell, you could make a claim against the shop or shopping centre responsible.

As people can suffer a range of injuries from this type of accident, the amount of compensation awarded does vary. In most cases, the amount of compensation you will receive when making a claim will depend of the type of injuries you actually sustained. If you twisted your ankle, for example, you may receive less compensation than if you suffered a serious head injury.

Make Dundee personal injury claims with us

If you’d like to know how much compensation you could receive when you make your claim, we can help. Just visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and take our quick and easy 30-second test today!

Once you know how much your claims are worth, you may want to discuss this in more detail. If so, why not talk to a member of our personal injury team? We’re always happy to assist new claimants and we always offer free no obligation advice so you’ll be able to access legal help with your claim without having to pay anything at all!

If you do move forward with your claim, we’ll even be able to help you on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis so there’s no need to worry about how to fund your claim or what effect it will have on your finances.

Why risk missing out? There can be time limits imposed on claimants when it comes to making your claim so you may want to act quickly. Providing you start your Dundee personal injury claims within three years of the incident occurring, it’s possible that you will receive compensation so make sure you don’t leave it too late.

To find out more now, simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to help you to obtain the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

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