St Albans city in Hertfordshire, England is a historic market town which has medieval architecture and Roman wall remains, which attract tourists. The city is just 19 miles from the centre of London making it serve as one of London’s commuter belt dormitory town.
The high street stores and supermarkets are ideal for shopping while you are in the city. The supermarket has a responsibility of preventing accidents. If this is not done and you sustain an injury, which the supermarket could have prevented, you may claim damages through a no win no fee* in St Albans legal service.
Who is responsible?
To start the claim process there is need to establish who was responsible for the slip, trip or fall accident that caused the injuries. There are times one is not sure whether the supermarket was responsible for the injury or not and that is why Accident Advice Helpline advisers are there to listen to the facts, assess the case and advise you.
Accident Advice Helpline is dedicated to helping victims know their legal rights. You can read testimonials of people they have helped on their website, which is also filled with resourceful information which you will find useful.
When you call their free 24/7 hotline a team of experts will answer all your questions and resolve any queries you may have. Their legally trained advisers will advice you if you can proceed with your no win no fee* in St Albans claim.Open Claim Calculator
Working with a personal injury lawyer ensures that any case they put forward has a chance of success as they will have dealt with lots of similar injury claims in the past.
Common injuries covered by no win no fee* in St Albans claims
Wetness on floors can be caused by cleaning products, leakage of freezers or shoppers entering the supermarkets. It is the responsibility of the supermarket to put warning signs and have the floor dried. The staff should dry the wet floor as soon as possible.
- Knee injuries-some accidents that cause injuries can be avoided. You may be entitled to claim compensation if you were injured.
- Wrist injuries-dislocated or broken wrists happen when you fall on outstretched hands with or without your shopping.
- Ankle dislocations-are caused by twisting when you trip. Spillages of liquids and foods on aisles and walkways should be cleaned as soon as they happen. The supermarket staff should keep checking the aisles to ensure that the spillages are wiped.
- Back and spinal injuries-when you fall backwards you may have one of the vertebras dislocate. If this is not treated immediately, disability or paralysis may occur.
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