Spilsby in Lincolnshire has been a market town for over 700 years, selling produce from nearby farmlands. It also has family owned businesses and shops selling a wide-range of products and services. These include jewellery shops, bakers, supermarkets, butchers, fast food takeaways and cafes.
You may be in Spilsby shopping when something unexpected happens to you. You may slip, trip or fall through no fault of your own and sustain serious injuries. After medical treatment you may start searching for a no win no fee* Spilsby solicitor to assist you as perhaps the shop floor was wet, without warning signs, and you know that you can use this as a ground to claim compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline has helped many faultless victims claim slips, trips and falls compensation for over 15 years. You can go to their website to read testimonials of those who have been helped by the law firm to win compensation awards worth thousands of pounds.
When you call their 24/7 helpline you will receive free advice which will help you know whether to pursue your claim or not. You may be entitled to claim compensation if you experienced an accident that could have been prevented and you got injured as a result. But if you are not sure, call the free phone numbers on their website, they will assess your case and advice you.
You will then be put in contact with a no win no fee* Spilsby solicitor who works on 100% No Win No Fee* agreement so you should not stress yourself with upfront fee payments.
Injuries that a no win no fee* Spilsby solicitor can help you claim compensation for
Owners of shops and other public places have a duty of care towards customers and workers to prevent injuries by providing a safe environment on their premises. They should put signposts on wet or slippery floors, clean spillages as soon as possible and ensure that walkways and aisles are clear of obstructions.
If this duty is breached and someone is injured, whoever is responsible will be held liable. You should seek the services of a no win no fee* Spilsby solicitor to represent you in negotiations or in a court trial.
- Knee injuries- Your knees may be grazed bruised or cut. You may also have damaged cartilage or a dislocated kneecap.
- Wrist injuries- Dislocated or broken wrists when you fall on outstretched hands can be very painful especially when you try to move or twist the wrist.
- Ankle dislocations- Caused by twisting of the ankle joint. The joint may swell and become tender or painful.
- Back injuries- When you fall backwards you may injure your back causing backaches. A slipped disc or vertebrae can cause paralysis.
Date Published: 24th February 2014
Author: David Brown