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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury lawyer in Tadcaster


    Personal Injury Solicitors in Tadcaster

    A lot of people make claims for injuries that they suffer in public places such as stores and other businesses. These kinds of accidents and injuries are thoroughly investigated by different people, including an injury lawyer to see whether or not the person has a legitimate claim. Below are some of the questions that an injury lawyer may look into when they are deciding whether or not to take your claim.

     

    An injury lawyer Tadcaster might ask Were you supposed to be there?

     

    One of the things that an injury lawyer is going to look at is whether or not you had the right to be there. For example, if you entered a construction zone which had barriers up, you may not be able to make a claim for any injuries that you sustained there. But if you were injured in the store in which you were shopping, then you had a real reason to be there.

     

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    An injury lawyer Tadcaster might ask Should you have been able to avoid the hazard?

     

    If the hazard was clearly marked and most people were able to notice that it was marked and that it was a hazard, it may be difficult for you to make a claim against the business. A good example of this would be if you were running down the steps instead of going down them in an orderly fashion.

     

    An injury lawyer Tadcaster might ask Was there a barrier erected or any kind of warning?

     

    Generally, businesses will give you warnings about possible hazards. For example they will put up wet floor signs so that you know that there has been a spill and that they are aware of it. But if there weren’t any warnings about the problem, this can help your claim.

     

    An injury lawyer Tadcaster might ask Did you contribute to your accident?

     

    There are a lot of things that you could have been doing that that may have led to your own accident. For example you may be talking on your mobile phone and not looking where you’re going so that you can’t see the hazard in front of you. The hazard may have been marked well, but if you didn’t pay attention to where you were going, you might not have known about it. This is not the fault of the business.

    There are a lot of things that your injury lawyer is going to look into to find out what happened with your injury. These are the things that are going to help determine whether or not they take your claim or not. If you are injured in the business and you want to make a claim, give us a call and let us help you find a solicitor.

     

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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