Slips, trips and falls in Bury St Edmunds


Slipping over in a shopping centre, restaurant, hotel, bank or other public area can be embarrassing, and the cause of a number of painful injuries.

While it’s easy to chalk this up to clumsiness and leave it at that, this isn’t necessarily the case. In fact, sometimes slips, trips and falls in Bury St Edmunds, just like everywhere else in the UK, are caused by sheer negligence, and could easily have been avoided if the right precautions were taken.

For example, failing to place a “wet floor” sign on a wet surface can lead to someone falling over, and sustaining all manner of injuries ranging from a minor broken wrist or twisted ankle, right through to severe head and neck injuries. If you’ve been hurt in slips, trips and falls in Bury St Edmunds, and it wasn’t your fault, call our solicitors to discuss your case. If you’ve fallen within the past three years, you could very well have a case and be within your legal rights to make a no win no fee* claim.

We can help

Accident Advice Helpline is a full service law firm that has been specialising in the area of personal injury since 2000.

If you’ve slipped, tripped or fallen and sustained an injury through no fault of your own, we can help you receive the maximum amount in damages while keeping the costs and stress involved to a minimum. Our high success rate leads to the awarding of over £30 million a year in damages, and is just one of the reasons we have become the UK’s most trusted name in personal injury claims.

And with our no win, no fee* policy, there’s nothing payable at all unless we win your case. With no fees upfront and no need to come into an office to get your case underway, initiating a no win no fee* personal injury claim has never been easier.

Claiming for slip, trips and falls in Bury St Edmunds with Accident Advice Helpline

Why pay for expensive medical bills, rehabilitative costs and other financial repercussions from your accident out of pocket? If someone else caused your injury, they should be left to pay – not you. To find out how much your could potentially receive in a settlement, use our simple thirty-second claims calculator online to get a rough estimate of damages.

It is often the case that public establishments will prefer to settle these sorts of claims out of court, so you might not even need to attend a hearing to receive this money. To find out more about making a no win no fee* claim, contact our solicitors today on 0800 689 0500 if you are using a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 if you are using a mobile.

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