Bike accident claim? Accidents arising from slips, trips and falls are often perceived as trivial, and an example of the “compensation culture.” In reality, a high proportion of such accidents involve serious injury. All public and private organisations owe a duty of care to ensure all visitors to premises are safe. Local Authorities are also under a duty to ensure that pavements and public highways are in a safe condition for public use. If you would like more information on making a claim for compensation then please get in touch with First Personal Injury.
Sometimes dog bite victims might have to take periods of time off work or pay for medical expenses. Because of this, if you have been bitten by a dog, you might be left out of pocket. A personal injury claim will take into consideration any loss of earnings and out-of-pocket expenses you have had as well as the level of pain and suffering you have experienced. First Personal Injury is a dedicated team of personal injury lawyers who help clients pursue dog bite compensation claims.
It’s your legal right to claim for an accident that was not your fault. Contact our team today to find out how we can help you win the compensation that you deserve. Our professional team of personal injury lawyers will be able to answer any questions you may have about the process in a friendly and sensitive manner. Get in touch online or call us on 0800 808 9740 to discuss making a claim. We’ll talk through the details of your claim over the phone, and then advise further! See additional details on https://www.firstpersonalinjury.co.uk/guides/much-compensation-eye-injury/.
Falling from heights accidents. This kind of accident can happen anywhere. One particular example is a municipal playground or privately owned amusement park where perhaps there has not been the necessary health and safety measures taken to prevent accidents or minimise dangers. Medical negligence claims can arise from a variety of situations. Perhaps there has been a late or wrong diagnosis of a child suffering from meningitis which has led to further physical impairment. Alternatively, an error may have been made during the delivery of a baby, resulting in permanent brain damage.
When you suffer an accident at work (either on the premises or during working hours), you should notify your health and safety representative. If you’re not sure who this is, speak to your manager or supervisor. All employers are legally required to have an accident book in order to record any incidents that take place on the premises; make sure your accident is recorded. In order to make a successful accident at work claim, your legal team will need to establish that your employer was at fault for your injuries. If for example, you slipped or tripped on a wet floor that wasn’t clearly signposted or marked, this could be regarded as negligence on the behalf of your employer, giving you grounds for a claim. Find even more details on firstpersonalinjury.co.uk.