Accidents in Public Places

If you have suffered an injury in a public place that was not your fault then you should seek immediate expert legal advice as you may be entitled to claim compensation for the suffering or financial loss the injury caused.  

Owners of public or private property have a legal duty to take reasonable care for the safety of their visitors.

Legally, roads, pavements and public footpaths must be maintained, shops and stores must meet their legal standards and public premises must be safe for visitors.

Public liability accidents can occur when an owner fails to meet statutory obligations to ensure their property is made reasonably safe for visitors.

These types of accidents are very common and frequently serious and often result in broken bones and an enforced absence from work. It is imperative that where there is a valid claim you are wholly compensated. 

Our legal advisors appreciate that making a claim can be demanding and so they take the time to get to know you as an individual, handling your claim with understanding and consideration.

From an initial no obligation assessment of your claim through to your final settlement cheque, we deliver a highly professional service for each client on a
no win, no fee basis.

If you'd like to discover how Baker & Coleman Solicitors can help you, get in touch with us today on 0333 321 66 87. Alternatively fill in our online enquiry form.  

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