Lichfield is in Staffordshire, and is one of just eight civil parishes in the whole of England that is also confirmed as a city. There are around 32,000 residents in Lichfield, and the area is a very pleasant and safe place to be. Certainly, you would be very unlucky to have a Lichfield accident if you were ever in the city, either for work or for pleasure.
We all recognise that accidents can happen for many reasons and in many locations. However, it is just as rare for something to go amiss here as it would be anywhere else. It’s a lovely area, and many tourists flock to the sights to be seen here. Similarly, many locals live and work here and enjoy the many appealing sights and places to see. It would be unfortunate for anyone to suffer an accident during their time here, no matter what they were doing or whereabouts they were.
A simple slip has to be among the most common accidents to happen anywhere – regardless of whether you are in a village or a major city. Therefore, you could have a slip in Lichfield just as you might anywhere else in the country. It’s a rarity, thankfully, but you never know.
If it occurs because you weren’t looking at where you were putting your feet, you could be the one to blame. However, if you slipped because there was a spillage of some sort on the floor that hadn’t been marked out with a yellow warning sign, or it hadn’t been cleared up, you might be in a position to be compensated for the injuries you ended up with.
Many people come to our website because they want to know more about things like this. While slips are rare, those who are unfortunate enough to suffer one can end up with some unpleasant injuries. A sprained ankle, a broken wrist… you never know what you might end up with.
So was someone else negligent and therefore was the cause of your Lichfield accident? If you think this might be the case, you only need to give us a ring on 0800 689 0500 to get more details. Accident Advice Helpline has already assisted thousands of people just like you – people who were initially wondering whether they should call or not. The call is free, so why not call us now?
Date Published: 7th July 2014