If you have suffered a neck injury at work or in a public place Oakwood Solicitors can help you claim compensation in London; after falling in a public place Mrs M pursued a claim for compensation and thanks to our dedicated team of experts her claim was settled quickly.
Mrs M a fifty year old woman from Millfield was walking round a supermarket when her accident occurred. Water was leaking from a frozen food trolley; this hazard caused Mrs M to slip. Mrs M’s accident caused her to suffer soft tissue injuries to her neck back and shoulders. Mrs M was in a lot of pain after a simple trip to the supermarket.
The following are examples of common hazards or areas of neglect that may cause an accident in a public place:
? Defective trolleys in supermarkets; all equipment that is used by the public should be in good working order and maintained regularly. All equipment in a public place should be checked for faults and taken out of service.
? Negligence of staff in a place that is used by the public; for example if a member of staff has left a stock trolley in the path of one of the customers and it has caused them to trip over it.
? Slips due to substances on the floor that should have been marked with a sign cordoned off or cleaned up.
? Falling objects; this can happen when any products or materials have not been placed securely at height or on a shelf. Injury may occur if an object falls onto someone or into their path.
This list is not exhaustive; it is just a few examples of what we mean by negligence in a public place. If you want to make a neck injury at work or in a public place claim speak to the experienced solicitors at Oakwood in London. Established over 10 years ago Oakwood Solicitors have a solid reputation for excellent customer care and speed of settlement.
Don?t be apprehensive about making a claim following an accident in a public place. Owners of premises and properties that are regularly visited by the public are required under the Occupiers Liability Act 1957 to take reasonable care to ensure their premises are safe. If this duty is being breached either by the negligence of the business or its members of staff then an accident could occur. If this has happened to you you should seek compensation if you have sustained any injuries as a result.
If an accident in a public place has resulted in you suffering an injury and the accident could have been avoided you may be entitled to claim compensation. Mrs M’s accident could have been avoided had supermarket staff been more vigilant about health and safety matter such as water on the floor.
If you have suffered a neck injury at work or in a public place Oakwood Solicitors can help you make a claim in London today. Call us now on 0844 499 9302.