Public Liability Accidents

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If you have been injured as a result of an accident, we can assist you in pursuing a claim. If you are over 18, you have 3 years from the date the accident to bring a claim and if under 18 years of age, until the age of 21.

We offer you a free initial consultation and can act under a “No Win No Fee” Conditional Fee Agreement. We can also arrange home visits for those clients who are unable to attend our offices.

Slip, trips and falls

Slipping accidents may occur as a result of slippery floor surface for example, highly polished wet and greasy floor in a supermarket.

Tripping accidents may occur as a result of for example cracks in the floor, raised kerb and electrical leads.

Falls may result from a slip and trip but may also occur as a result of defective steps, stairs and kerb.

If you have suffered an injury as a result of slip, trip or a fall in a public place such as a shop, office, restaurant or the street, you may be entitled to claim compensation.

Slip, trip and fall accidents may also occur at work. If the accident was due to the negligence of a co-worker leaving something in a corridor or spilling something for example, your employer may be ‘vicariously liable’, which means responsible for the actions of his employee.

If you have suffered injuries as a result of a slip, trip or fall, contact our personal injury team immediately:

Phone on 0161 376 4525

Email: info@uk-il.co.uk or

Submit your enquiry via our online form and we will contact you within 24 hours.

Horse Riding Accidents

If you have been physically injured by a horse when horse riding, fallen of the horse or whether due to lack of supervision, rode the horse incorrectly and hurt yourself, you may be entitled to claim compensation.

An amateur horse rider for example must be given the correct personal protection equipment such as, body protection, gloves and helmet. The place where you horse ride whether this is a horse riding training school or a camp, must be made safe. Sometimes, drivers can be careless and cause injury to both the horse rider and the horse which can have devastating effects on both.

If you have suffered injuries in a horse riding accident, contact our personal injury team immediately:

Phone on 0161 376 4525

Email: info@uk-il.co.uk or

Submit your enquiry via our online form and we will contact you within 24 hours.