You could sustain an accident in what you might associate with being random places. However, Peterborough no-win, no-fee lawyers deal with a lot of different accident types, including those sustained during shopping trips.
Wherever you choose to shop there is always a risk of accident and injury if the people around you behave neglectfully or irresponsibly. If you need to make a compensation claim, Peterborough no-win, no-fee lawyers can help.
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Speaking to our claims advisers at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 is the best place to begin your compensation journey. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, our specialist knowledge and expert guidance can help you to answer all your compensation queries. You can also call us from your mobile at 0333 500 0993, although charges may apply. For a more immediate estimate of how much you may be able to claim, take our 30-second online test.
We can provide the services of Peterborough no-win, no-fee lawyers to represent you and your claim. This is because we are a national firm that works across the whole of the UK. So if you need the help of lawyers look no further than our expert service.
What kind of shopping related injuries can injury lawyers help me with?
Whether gently pottering around craft stalls, or trying to buy the weekly food shop, shopping can be more hazardous than most people realise. Slips and trips, from slippery, uneven or badly signposted surfaces, are common injuries in shops and supermarkets and can lead to fractures or back injuries.
Collapsing shelves, or items falling from a shelf, can cause head or shoulder injuries. Lifts and escalators can pose a risk if they are poorly maintained, and may trap hair or fingers if they malfunction. No-win, no-fee lawyers can help with a number of shopping-related injuries and accidents, including the following:
- Pedestrian injuries – cars, bikes, buses and trams can present a risk to people walking around busy city centres. Drivers who fail to stop at crossings and traffic lights my hit pedestrians and potentially cause serious damage, such as Traumatic Brain Injury. Signs of TBI include unconsciousness, coma, dilation of the pupils, slurred speech and convulsions.
- Falls from heights – car parks, restaurants, shopping malls and larger supermarkets frequently have more than one level. Failure to secure or erect effective barriers can lead to people falling and seriously injuring themselves. Injuries can include spinal damage and multiple fractures. Symptoms of fractures can include bones penetrating the skin, deformity, severe bruising or swelling and an inability to move the affected area.
Date Published: 13th September 2014
Author: David Brown