Making an injury claim in Settle


Hurt in a public place – you may need to make an injury claim in Settle

If you’ve been injured in public, a solicitor can help you bring a public liability case against the establishment through an injury claim in Settle. If their negligence resulted in your injury, you could very well be entitled to seek compensation. Why face expensive medical bills, rehabilitative costs, monthly household bills and other financial woes without assistance? If someone else caused your injury, you shouldn’t have to pay for it.

Have you slipped in public?

If you’re out in a shopping centre, restaurant, hotel, salon or other public establishment, the chances are, you’re not expecting to slip over. So if it happens, it can be a particularly shocking event that can cause all manner of injuries. From a broken wrist to a twisted ankle, sprains, fractures and even head and neck injuries, the repercussions from a slip in public can be many.

The establishment has a duty to ensure it is fit and safe for public use. If they have failed to do this and you’ve been hurt as a result, you could seek financial compensation. Something as simple as placing a wet floor sign can prevent an injury from happening, but if this doesn’t happen, you could very well be susceptible to a nasty fall. An Accident Advice Helpline injury claim lawyer can represent your interests to get the best possible payout. In business for over thirteen years, we have lots of experience in dealing with these sorts of claims.

Call an injury claim lawyer today

We were launched in 2000 to help people injured thorough no fault of their own claim compensation. Recommended by consumer advocate Esther Rantzen, Accident Advice Helpline is your best chance of winning your case. Our experience and proven success in this field has led to us be the most trusted name in claims compensation across the UK. Our local area solicitors can help you as well. You may initially chalk a slip in public up to clumsiness, but if you can prove it was caused by negligence, you could stand to receive a substantial financial sum.

Take our 30-second claim test to see how much you could potentially receive in a settlement. This quote is not a guaranteed figure, but a rough guideline of what you could be awarded. Many of our claimants have received thousands of pounds in a public liability claim. To speak to an injury claim solicitor, call today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. Our  helpline is open 24/7 and we can help you connect with a lawyer that will help you get the best payout possible for your injury claim in Settle.


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