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Oadby and Wigston no win no fee* claims

Most of us by nature are not terribly risky people. While we may like to embrace a bit of an adrenaline rush every now and then, we are often cautious by default.

This is especially true when it comes to making large purchases. For example, buying a car. Buying a car is a deeply personal choice as well as a potentially large outlay. Whether you are buying it outright, taking finance or even leasing you need to know that the vehicle you are getting is the right one for you, and that you are getting the very best deal possible.

Unfortunately, when it comes to purchasing a car the chance of being ripped off or signing the wrong contract is not the only thing that you might need to worry about. Over the years the solicitors at the Accident Advice Helpline have worked on numerous cases where people have had to make Oadby and Wigston no win no fee* claims after they have been injured at car show rooms.

Uneven car parks

One of the main reasons for people making Oadby and Wigston no win no fee* claims against car dealerships is the uneven flooring in the car park, or the paths surrounding the showroom. Uneven flooring can cause any number of problems, not least because if they are not visible or signed as being potentially hazardous, people can trip over them. Depending on the way you land, or any pre-existing conditions that you may be suffering with, the injuries sustained can be severe.

We can help you make an Oadby and Wigston no win no fee* claim if you have been injured in such a situation. Additionally, you may have fallen down a step that was not signed. A simple “Warning: step” sign placed in the relevant location can provide you with the necessary advice to watch your step. Even painting a hard to see step to highlight it can be enough to ensure that an accident does not happen.

If the owner of such an area does not do this and an accident occurs then our solicitors will be able to make an Oadby and Wigston no win no fee* claim against them. This is because they would be considered liable and in breach of their duty of care to ensure that the premises were safe for the public to use.

Slippery floors

Another issue often faced by car dealerships is the flooring inside the premises. This flooring, which is often tiled, can cause serious issues when wet. If you have slipped on a wet floor that has not had a warning sign put up to warn you of the dangers, then you could make a claim for compensation for any personal injuries you have sustained.

Why not take our 30 second test today to find out more about making a claim?

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