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Slips, trips and falls compensation claim

Tripping on uneven or unfinished pavements and slipping on unclean or wet floors are some of the most common accidents that occur. This often causes significant injuries to those who are involved in them. Parkview Solicitors can take on your case on a No Win No Fee basis and help you to recover the maximum compensation that you deserve.

Slipping and tripping accidents can occur in all sorts of places, on a public footpath, in a shopping centre, or in a pub or restaurant. If you have been injured in this way then contact us to see if we can assist you in recovering compensation for your injuries and losses.

By law, local authorities are responsible to ensure that public pavements and roads are maintained properly and kept in good repair. However, on occasions this is not the case and members of the public can be injured as a result of raised or uneven paving slabs, manhole covers and potholes on public footpaths, or crumbling curbs on public pavements.

Similarly, owners / developers of new housing estates, shops, or office complexes are required to make sure that the new development is safe before allowing members of the public access to the area. However, sometimes, pavements and roads are left unfinished or building materials are not properly cleared away causing a hazard to those using the new development.

Alternatively, you may have been injured as a result of slipping on a wet floor whilst in a supermarket, bar, restaurant or some other leisure facility. You may have been caused to fall by a hazard left by staff working there. If this is the case, you may also by entitled to compensation for your injuries. Contact us now for a FREE no obligation assessment of your claim.

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Bolton | 01204 565 234
Burnley | 01282 575 234

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