Slips, Trips and Falls
If you have slipped or tripped in a park, supermarket or other public place and suffered injuries as a result of this, you may be able to make a claim.
If you slip on a wet floor inside a building open to the public (such as a bank, a supermarket or a restaurant) and injure yourself, then the personal injury compensation claim would be made against the occupier’s public liability insurance policy.
Council Owned Property
If your accident was on a council owned property (such as a public footpath), then you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim against the local authority if the accident was due to their negligence.
If your accident was on private property (such as a house or piece of land privately owned by an individual), you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim providing the accident was the fault of the land owner or occupier and they had suitable insurance in force or the means to pay personally.
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