Great Yarmouth, accident claim solicitors
As the winter months start to descend upon us, many retailers and shopping centres are gearing up for their busiest time of the year. Unfortunately, the resulting chaos may mean that Great Yarmouth, accident claim solicitors are also gearing up to be extremely busy, as accidents can happen anywhere.
The most wonderful time of the year?
There is a very romanticised picture of Christmas shopping, with achingly good looking people in hats and fashionable clothing carrying designer bags, whilst laughing and seemingly having the time of their lives. However, as millions of harassed shoppers are all too aware, the reality can fall far short of the picture.
For most of us, festive shopping means fighting through a throng of tired or grumpy fellow shoppers, trying to get exactly what is written on a list and get out as soon as possible. And everyone has the same goal.
As efficient as this get in, get out system may be, with everyone having the same idea it can also be extremely dangerous.
The more people crammed into a small space and rushing to get to one place or another, the more likely it is that an accident will happen. And when it does, you have the right to contact Great Yarmouth, accident claim solicitors.
Slips, trips and falls can happen anywhere and at any time but with people treading snow and ice onto highly polished floors, the scope for an accident becomes more likely. People bumping into each other in their hurry and the risk of slipping on stairs or in elevators are simply two more examples of the many injuries and accidents which could befall anyone in a busy shopping centre.
Making a compensation claim through Great Yarmouth, accident claim solicitors
Even the smallest of accidents can have dire consequences. The most innocuous of falls can lead to sprains or broken bones, a fall could lead to whiplash whilst bruising and skin lacerations can take months to heal and be extremely painful as they do.
Thankfully, there is a course of action if the accident which led to your injuries was not your fault. If the accident happened in a public place then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation from the owner of the public building. They have a responsibility known as a ‘Duty of Care’ to keep you safe whilst you’re in their facility and if they have breached that duty then they may owe you financial compensation which may be obtained through Great Yarmouth, accident claim solicitors.
By means of a 30 second test, the Accident Advice Helpline can quickly assess whether your claim is likely to be successful and from then the Great Yarmouth, accident claim solicitors will deal with every aspect of your claim and guiding you through the process of claiming the financial help you deserve, ensuring that the only thing you’ll need to ask Santa for is a thoughtful gift.
Date Published: 29th September 2014
Author: David Brown