Slip, Trip or Fall Compensation Claims

Slip, Trip or Fall Compensation Claims

Have you been involved in a slip, trip or fall that wasn’t your fault? Then you may be entitled to compensation.

The accident may have happened in your working environment, public place or building. It could have been due to uneven flooring, wet flooring, or tripping over something that should not have been there. Whatever the cause of your slip trip and fall you should seek advice about whether you may be entitled to compensation.

We can help you to claim compensation for
  • Slipping on wet, icy, oily or slippery surfaces
  • Tripping over items such as electrical cords and leads left in open spaces
  • Tripping on uneven pavements and flooring
  • Falling off items such as ladders and footstools
We can help you claim for personal injury if
  • You were walking along or crossing the road
  • You were out shopping
  • You were visiting somewhere
  • You tripped over something that shouldn’t have been there

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Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

The figures displayed are for guidance, for more assistance please call on: 0808 168 5385

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Slipping on spillages or wet surfaces are the most frequent causes of slips, trips and fall accidents. This could be in public, or in the workplace, and depending on the extent of your injuries, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Slips, trips, and falls in public places are common and are likely to be at the fault of your local council, whom you may be able to make a claim against. Another example of your local council being at the fault of a slip, trip or fall, is when citizens trip and fall over faulty pavements. This could be bumps and cracks in the road, unclosed sewers, etc. Scenarios such as the ones listed show your local council’s negligence, by not practicing health and safety in their community.

Having a slip, trip or fall in the work place could be at the fault of your employer and if so, you could be eligible to claim against your employer. As an employer, it is your duty if care to ensure that all of your employees are safe, and without risk of injuring themselves whilst at work. Therefore, obtaining an injury through a slip, trip or fall in the work place, shows that the employer is not practicing his/her duties of care effectively, and is because of this, put at blame.

In order to pursue a claim for compensation, an assessment will have to be carried out to prove the causes and severity of your injuries. You will likely be asked to provide sufficient medical evidence of your injuries, and as much information and detail as possible, of the accident of which you gained your injuries. All aspects and costs of your injuries will be put into consideration, when deciding upon a settlement for your compensation. This will include factors such as, if you have taken any time off work as a result of your injuries, your pain and suffering, any medical needs and rehabilitation that you require etc.