Find negligence solicitors in Woburn to help with your claim
Our negligence solicitors in Woburn have more than 15 years’ experience in the field of personal injury due to working within one of the country’s longest established and most successful law firms who focus purely on personal injury, and have done since the year 2000. Accident Advice Helpline recover more than £35 million per year for clients through their solicitors, including our negligence solicitors in Woburn. Accident Advice Helpline were among the first law firms in the UK to adopt the no-win, no-fee* policy, ensuring that everyone has a chance to seek justice for their suffering, without having to pay for it.
Compensation: are you eligible?
Find out if you’re eligible for compensation right now by using our 30 second test: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk this will also show you how much compensation you could receive through our negligence solicitors in Woburn and start communications between you and our advisors who will contact you to see if you require any answer to queries, or want to be provided with advice. This is also a way to launch your claim.
Accidents and injuries in store
We are all familiar with the country’s supermarkets, they’re handy and convenient and used by millions, however, they are also the setting for a wide number of accidents and injuries, both for employees and customers. It is down to those in charge, such as supervisors, managers and store owners to ensure that accidents do not happen. When they do they are likely down to acts of negligence in ways such as:
- Inadequate Staff Training: this can mean that an employee will not know how to protect either themselves or consumers accordingly. It could be by stacking products incorrectly to cause accidents or not knowing how to efficiently divert hazards when they arise; such as slippery floors or spilled produce.
- Lacking Emergency Plan: by law every public building is required to have plans in place for the preparation of an emergency, such as a fire. All staff need to know roles to play, all exits need to be clear and the person in charge to take action and control. Failure to comply with any rules or regulations here could be catastrophic.
- Overworking Staff: an example seen often in busy supermarkets is where a person is left to man a till for hours on end and this can produce severe ailments both initially as well as later on in life; poor posture for a long period of time can contribute greatly to ailments such as MS or other muscular and bone diseases later down the line. In the here and now if a person is overworked and not rested they can experience fatigue which is a major contribution to every single accident cause.
Speak to our advisors today through the 24 hour advice helpline: on 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993 (from a mobile).
Date Published: 14th June 2014
Author: David Brown