Store stock cage injury claim

Stock cages are used by supermarkets and stores to carry stock on to the shop floor ready to be displayed. All staff members have a duty of care over other staff, customers and visitors to the store to ensure their safety and to minimize the risk of an accident and injury occurring. If you have been unfortunate enough to be injured following a non-fault accident, then a store stock cage injury claim may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

For well over a decade, we at the Accident Advice Bureau, have been helping people to claim the compensation they are entitled to following a non-fault accident.

All claims are handled by specialist personal injury claim solicitors who fight hard to win the claim and then to secure maximum compensation as quickly as possible.

Following an accident involving a stock cage in a store or supermarket, you should report the accident to the shop or supermarket and have details logged in the accident book.

In order to claim for being injured by a stock cage, you should have the injury diagnosed at the doctors or hospital. There are very strict timescales in which to make an accident compensation claim so don’t delay too long.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call or claim online.

Hotel car park injury claim

When you use a hotel car park, you should expect it to be maintained in order to ensure your safety. All hotels have a duty of care over you and are responsible for making their hotel car park and grounds safe and defect free at all times. If therefore, you have suffered an accident, which has left you injured in an unsafe hotel car park, you may be able to pursue an hotel car park injury claim with the expert help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

All hotel car park injury claims are worked on a no win no fee basis and when we win your claim you will receive maximum hotel injury compensation as well as any other losses you may have incurred, such as loss of earnings or travelling costs.

Call us today to discuss how we can help you, our advice is free. Call 0800 814 0014 or claim online.

A hotel car park injury claim may be made due to:

  • Hit by a moving vehicle
  • Trip on broken kerb
  • Broken paving slabs
  • Pothole in tarmac
  • Hit by falling object from height

Following any hotel car park injury claim, you should take photographs of the defect with measurements if possible. Report it to a manager and make sure the accident book is filled in, ask for a copy of the report. Seek medical attention for you injuries.

Whatever the circumstances of your hotel car park accident, call us today for free, friendly advice.

Call us on 0800 814 0014 or click claim online.

Shoe Shop Accident Claim

There are many shops selling shoes including supermarkets and specialist shoe shops. All shops have a duty of care over customers and staff on their premises. If you have been unfortunate enough to be injured in a shoe shop, and it due to their negligence, then a claim for injury compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis.

For over a decade, we at the Accident Advice Bureau have been helping injured people to claim compensation for non-fault accidents. You have the peace of mind knowing that claims are handled on a no win no fee basis by specialist personal injury claim solicitors. Maximum compensation is fought for on winning and regular updates are provided throughout.

We have successfully handled claims for shoe shop customers who have tripped and fallen over stock left on the floor in dangerous places and from slipping on wet floors with no warning signs in place.

Any accident in a shoe shop should be reported to staff and details logged in the shop accident book. The injuries must also be diagnosed by a doctor and recorded on medical records if a claim is to be made.

Some common injuries which are claimed for include: soft tissue damage which may be pulled, stretched or torn ligaments, tendons or muscles, sprained ankles or wrists, whiplash and severe bruising. Other injuries include broken bones and dislocations.

To make a shoe shop accident claim, please contact us on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Waitrose Accident Claim

Waitrose supermarkets are extremely popular offering high quality products and an excellent service. As with all supermarkets, they have a duty of care over their customers, visitors and employees. If you have been unfortunate enough to be injured in Waitrose due to their negligence, them a Waitrose accident claim for compensation may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

For well over a decade we at the Accident Advice Bureau, have been helping employees and customers to claim against supermarkets following a non-fault accident. Specialist personal injury claim solicitors handle all claims, working as quickly as possible to obtain maximum compensation on winning whilst supplying regular updates throughout.

Some reasons a Waitrose accident claim may be made include:

  • A slip on a wet floor which has been cleaned without wet floor signs
  • Leaking freezers or chillers causing puddles with no warning signs in place
  • A trip on stock left on the floor by staff
  • Injured by a faulty trolley
  • A trip on cardboard or packaging left on the floor
  • Being injured by a shelf collapsing

Injuries which can be claimed for include soft tissue damage, this may be torn, pulled or stretched muscles, ligaments or tendons, whiplash and severe bruising. Other very common injuries include dislocations and broken bones.

Regardless of the reason, if you feel that you were injured and it was due to the negligence of Waitrose, you may be able to claim compensation on a no win no fee basis so please contact us on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call or claim online.

Pallet injury claim

Pallets in the workplace can create dangerous tripping hazards and employers and employees have strict health and safety laws to follow to ensure the safety of others. If a pallet, or pallets, are left lying around on the ground in a dangerous position and it causes another employee, visitor or customer to have an accident, then a pallet injury claim may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

For over a decade we at the Accident Advice Bureau, have been helping people to claim workplace compensation due to being injured by a pallet left in a dangerous place. Supermarkets also use pallets and often take them onto the shop floor, this can also be incredibly dangerous, both moving the pallet and deciding on the location it should be positioned.

Any injury caused by a pallet should be reported and details logged in the accident book.

In order to make a claim for injury compensation, a visit to the hospital or doctors is required to have the injury recorded on your medical records. There are very strict timescales in which to make a claim for being injured by a pallet.

Some common injuries suffered include: soft tissue damage which may be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles, whiplash, severe bruising, dislocations and cuts, all of these may be claimed for if the injury is sufficient.

All claims are handled on a no win no fee basis and maximum compensation is always fought for, with regular updates being provided throughout.

Regardless of where you have been injured by a pallet, please contact us on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

 

Tesco slippery floor injury claim

As with all supermarkets, Tesco have a duty of care over their customers, visitors and staff, to ensure their safety at all times when on Tesco property. If you have suffered an accident and been injured on a wet slippery floor in Tesco, and no warning signs were put in place, then a claim for injury compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis.

For well over a decade we, at the Accident Advice Bureau, have been helping people to claim the compensation they are entitled to due to Tesco negligence.

In addition to claiming injury compensation from Tesco, special damaged can be claimed which include such things as loss of earnings, damage to possessions, travel and medical expenses.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call or claim online.

Some reasons why a Tesco slippery floor injury claim may be made include:

  • A wet floor left behind a cleaning machine
  • Leaking pipes or sinks in the toilets
  • Leaking freezers or chillers
  • Spillages left on the floor by staff
  • Leaking roof causing a puddle
  • Wet floor around the flower section

Following an accident in Tesco, details should be reported to staff and logged in the accident book. This should include details of witnesses where possible.

Regardless of the reason, we would like to talk to you about claiming injury compensation from Tesco.

Some common injuries suffered in a slip accident in Tesco include: soft tissue damage, which may be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles. whiplash injuries, lower back injuries, dislocations and severe bruising.

Maximum injury compensation is always fought for by specialist personal injury claim solicitors, working on a no win no fee basis. Regular updates are provided throughout the process.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call or claim online.

Supermarket negligence injury claims

Supermarket negligence injury claims for compensation may be made if the injury sustained is sufficient and it was caused by supermarket staff who failed to follow health and safety laws. Every year thousands of successful accident claims against supermarkets are made on a no win no fee basis. Regardless of the size of the supermarket, whether it is Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury, Morrisons, Aldi or Lidl to name a few, you are able to make a claim for compensation.

For over a decade we have been helping injured supermarket customers, and employees, to claim compensation for non-fault accidents. Slips, trips and falls are among the most common reasons for claims being made.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call back or claim online.

Some reasons why supermarket negligence injury claims are made include:

  • Leaking freezers or chillers causing puddles on the floor.
  • Leaks in the toilets from faulty pipes or sinks.
  • Cleaning machines leaving water behind them.
  • Spillages on the shop floor.
  • Shelves collapsing or stock falling from overloaded shelves.
  • Trip accidents on cardboard left on the floor by staff.
  • Plastic packaging or ties left on the floor by staff.

Regardless of the reason, if you feel you were injured in a supermarket due to their negligence, you can contact us for free, friendly advice on making a no win no fee injury claim.

Some common injuries claimed for include: soft tissue damage which may be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, muscles or tendons, whiplash, sprains, cuts and severe bruising.

Please contact us at the Accident Advice Bureau on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Aldi injury claims

Aldi attract millions of customers to their supermarkets every month and with their large range of items and low prices, this is set to continue. All supermarkets have a duty of care over employees, visitors and customers whilst on their premises. There are very strict health and safety laws to follow to prevent accidents and injuries in supermarkets. If however, you are unfortunate enough to be injured in Aldi and their negligence was to blame, then a compensation claim against Aldi may be made on a no win no fee basis.

For over a decade, we have been helping employees and customers to claim compensation from supermarkets. Specialist no win no fee solicitors fight hard to win the claim and then to obtain maximum compensation for injuries suffered. In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages can be claimed, this includes loss of earnings, damage to possessions or clothing, medical and travel expenses.

Claims are handled quickly and regular updates are provided throughout.

We can be contacted by claiming online, you can request a call back or call us on 0800 814 0014.

Aldi injury claims for compensation

There are many reasons why people want to claim compensation from Aldi, these can include:

  • A slip on a wet floor due to a spillage.
  • A leaking freezer or chiller causing a puddle on the floor.
  • A wet floor left after cleaning.
  • Damaged and faulty trolleys.
  • Broken baskets.
  • Stock, baskets or pallets left on the floor in dangerous positions.
  • Falling shelves and stock.

If there is a wet floor you may be able to claim if there was no warning sign in place.

After the accident, details should be logged in the Aldi accident book. The injury must be sufficient to warrant a trip to the doctors or hospital and there are strict timescales in which to claim injury compensation so don’t delay too long.

Please contact us on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online to claim against Aldi for an accident.

Injured on pathway near park accident claim

When walking on public pathways near a park or any other public area, you should be able to so safely. The council or authority responsible have a duty of care over you and have to maintain all pathways to ensure they are safe.

If you are however unfortunate enough to suffer an injury, an injured on pathway near park accident claim may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

All park pathway accident claims are worked on a no win no fee basis and we not only claim for your injuries, but all any other expenses such as, loss of earnings or medical costs.

Please call our expects, so we can advise you on your claim today, call free on 0800 814 0014, request a call or click claim online.

Injured on a pathway near park accident claim

Following any accident on pathway near a park, you should take any witness details of the accident and cause. Before you report the accident to the authority responsible make sure you have taken suitable pictures of the defect. If possible come back to the area with a tape measure and spirit level. Take pictures of the defect with the spirit level going across the top and the tape measure going down showing the depth measurement clearly in the picture. Then take a few area shots with the spirit level still in place. Once we have approved your pictures are ok for a claim, then you can report it to those responsible.

Have you injuries diagnosed by a doctor; these will need to be on record for any claim for injuries to be possible.

Call us today for more information on your injured on pathway near park accident claim. Call 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Supermarket spillage injury claim

Supermarket staff are usually very busy putting out stock and serving customers, but regardless of how busy they are, the supermarket management and employees have a duty of care over their customers and visitors to ensure they are safe whilst on the premises. If a slip accident happens, there are no warning signs in place and there is an injury as a result, then a supermarket spillage injury claim may be made on a no win no fee basis.

We, at the Accident Advice Bureau have been helping injured people, for over a decade, to claim supermarket accident compensation for non-fault accident. All claims are handled on a no win no fee basis by specialist injury claim solicitors who fight hard to achieve maximum compensation on winning.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages can be claimed and include loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses as well as damage to possessions.

Many reasons for spillages in supermarkets which can include:

  • Leaking chillers and freezers
  • Spillage of water behind the cleaning machine
  • Spillage of milk, drinks or yogurts
  • Leaking toilets or hand basins

Supermarket spillage injury claim for various injuries

Some of the main injuries claimed for due to an accident in a supermarket include: soft tissue damage which can be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles, whiplash, back injuries, sprains, dislocations and broken bones.

Regardless of the size of the company, whether Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Aldi or Lidl to name a few, we can help you,

In order to claim for injuries, they must be diagnosed by a doctor and logged on your medical records.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim compensation against a supermarket.

To make your supermarket spillage injury claim, please call us on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Sainsburys wet floor injury claim

Sainsburys are one of the UK’s largest supermarkets attracting millions of customers each week. Just because they are very busy, it doesn’t mean they they are too busy to ensure the safety of staff and customers. Every Sainsburys supermarket has a duty of care over customers, staff and visitors on their premises. If you have an accident in one of their stores, in the car park or service station due to a slip and fall, and there are no wet floor waning signs in place, then a Sainsburys wet floor injury claim may be possible.

For over a decade we have been helping people who suffer a non-fault supermarket accident to claim the injury compensation they are entitled to. All claims are handled on a no win no fee basis by specialist supermarket accident claim solicitors. Maximum compensation is always fought for on winning.

Some reasons for Sainsburys wet floor injury claims include:

  • Leaking freezers
  • Leaking chillers
  • Water left on the floor behind the cleaning machine
  • Mopped floor
  • Spillage of milk
  • Wet floor around the flower section
  • Leaking pipes
  • Leaking ceiling

In addition to claiming for injuries caused in Sainsburys, special damages can also be claimed. This includes such things as loss of earnings, damage to possessions or clothing, medical and travel expenses.

There are very strict timescales in which to make a Sainsburys wet floor injury claim, we usually find they are made very soon after the accident happens.

All accident claims against Sainsburys must be supported by medical evidence, this means that soon after the accident a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

Sainsburys wet floor injury claim can be made for many injuries including:

Some of the main injuries suffered from an accident in Sainsburys include, soft tissue damage which may be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles, whiplash, sprained ankles and wrists, back injuries, dislocations, cuts and severe bruising. All of these conditions may be claimed for.

To make an injury claim against Sainsburys on a no win no fee basis, please call us on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Pothole outside house trip injury claim

Potholes which are not repaired often get larger and deeper making them very dangerous, whether on a pavement or on a road. Every year thousands of people are injured, through no fault of their own, when they trip on a pothole.

Following a trip on a pothole, if the injury is sufficient, photos should be taken, using a ruler to indicate the width and depth. This is important to do before reporting the pothole to the authority responsible. The reason for this is that when the people responsible know about the defect they can make repairs and the depth cannot be proven.

In order to make a pothole outside house trip injury claim, the injuries must be diagnosed by a doctor and logged on your medical records. Some of the most common injuries suffered which are claimed for include sprains, pulled, stretched and torn muscles, tendons and ligaments, whiplash, back injuries, dislocations and broken bones.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim injury compensation, so it’s best not to delay too long.

For over a decade we at the Accident Advice Bureau have been helping people who have suffered a non-fault accident to claim injury compensation. Claims are handled on a no win no fee basis by specialist accident claim solicitors. Maximum compensation is always fought for as quickly as possible and regular updates are provided throughout.

We can be contacted by calling 0800 814 0014 you can request a call or claim online.

Injury claim against Lidl

Lidl are gaining many customers due to the popular range of products they supply and the low cost of items. Lidl, as with all supermarkets, have a duty of care over their customers and employees and must follow strict health and safety laws. If you have been injured in a non-fault accident on Lidl property, either as a customer or staff member, then an accident injury claim against Lidl may be made on a no win no fee basis.

For over a decade we have been helping people to make injury claims against supermarkets, using specialist personal injury claim solicitors.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call back or claim online.

An injury claim against Lidl may be made for many reasons including:

  • A slip on a wet floor with no warning signs in place.
  • A trip on cardboard, ties or packaging left on the floor by Lidl staff.
  • Being injured by a damaged basket, trolley, stock cage.
  • An accident caused by a falling shelf or stock incorrectly stocked onto shelves causing it to fall.

There are many reasons why accidents happen, just a few are listed above.

Following an accident in Lidl, the details should be reported and logged in the store accident book. It is important that the correct details are recorded as the solicitor can use this if a claim for compensation is made.

In order to make an injury claim against Lidl, the injuries must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required. In addition the claim must be made within three years of the incident.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages can be claimed which can include: loss of earnings, medical expenses, damage to possessions or clothing.

To make an injury claim against Lidl on a no win no fee basis, please call us on 0800 814 0014, request a call back or claim online.

Passenger claims injury compensation

A car passenger injured when her driver hit an oncoming car claimed compensation after suffering whiplash injuries to the neck, shoulders and back.

The driver lost concentration and veered onto the other side of the road, fortunately the cars were travelling at a low speed so they could take action and slow down further to minimize the impact, which still caused damage to both vehicles.

The drivers exchanged details at the scene. The injured lady passenger went to her doctors who diagnosed the injuries which continued to last for a couple of months.

Passenger claims injury compensation for whiplash

Whiplash symptoms can include stiffness of the neck, shoulders and back, pain, dizziness, blurred vision, headaches and ringing in the ears. Whiplash can last anything from days to years depending on the severity of the accident.

In order for a passenger to make a claim for being injured in a car accident, the claim must be made within a three year timescale and the injuries must be diagnosed at the doctors or hospital.

Claims for injured car passengers are straight forward as the cause is not the passengers fault.

When making a claim for compensation, the name and address of the driver and the registration number is required.

For over a decade we have been helping injured car passengers to claim the compensation they are entitled to. If you would like free, friendly advice, please contact us by calling 0800 814 0014, request a call back or claim online.

Injury claims against landlords

Injury claims against landlords can be made for any number of reasons, if landlord negligence was to blame for the accident resulting in an injury to a tenant or visitor to the rented property.

For over a decade we have been helping injured tenants to claim compensation from their landlord on a 100%  no win no fee basis. All injury claims against landlords are handled by specialist personal injury claim solicitors who fight hard to win the claim and then to achieve maximum compensation as quickly as possible.

To claim you can contact us on 0800 814 0014, claim online or request a call back.

Injury claims against landlords may be made due to the following:

  • Carbon monoxide poisoning due to a faulty boiler or fire.
  • A slip or trip on faulty stairs in the rented property.
  • A fall down the stairs due to a broken banister.
  • Leaking kitchen equipment which caused a puddle and a slip accident.
  • Cupboards or shelves falling off the wall due to being installed incorrectly.
  • Broken or faulty windows and doors in the property.
  • Claims for injured children due to landlord negligence.

Whatever the reason for being injured in a rented property due to landlord negligence, we would like to hear from you, above are just a few examples.

Any injury claims against landlords should be supported by medical evidence. This means that the injury should be diagnosed at your doctors or at a hospital.

Some common injuries claimed for following an accident in a rented property include: soft tissue damage which may be pulled, stretched or torn ligaments, tendons and muscles as well as severe bruising and whiplash. Broken bones and dislocations are also common injuries which are claimed for.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim against a negligent landlord, so you should not delay too long.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages which can include loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses and damage to possessions can be claimed for.

We would like to hear from you, to make your landlord negligence claim, please call us on 0800 814 0014, claim online or request a call back.

Injury claims against supermarkets

Any customer, visitor or employee injured in a non-fault accident may be able to make an injury claim against a supermarket if store negligence was to blame. Every year thousands of successful injury claims against supermarkets are made on a no win no fee basis. Regardless of the size of the supermarket, whether Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Lidl or Aldi to name a few, if you have been injured and you would like to know if a claim is possible, please contact us on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Some reasons injury claims against supermarkets are made include:

  • A slip on a wet floor with no warning signs in place.
  • A trip on a box left in a dangerous place in the aisle by staff.
  • A shelf collapsed causing injury due to falling stock.
  • A trip accident on cardboard boxes left on the supermarket floor.
  • A trip on packaging, tape, or rubbish on the floor.
  • Being injured by staff moving a stock cage.
  • Being injured by wire sticking out from a stock cage.
  • Faulty trolley causing an accident and injury.
  • Leaking freezer and chillers causing puddles on the floor with no warning signs.

Regardless of the cause, if you feel supermarket negligence was to blame, you can contact us for free, friendly advice on making a no win no fee injury claim.

In order to claim, the injury needs to be diagnosed by a doctor and the claim must be made within three years of the accident happening.

When a claim is accepted, it is handled by a solicitor who specialising in injury claims against supermarkets. Maximum compensation is fought for on winning and regular updates are provided throughout the process.

In addition to claiming for the injury, special damages which include loss of earnings, damage to possessions, medical and travel expenses can also be claimed.

We have been helping people claim compensation for over a decade. To make your claim please contact us on 0800 814 0014, claim online or request a call back.

Supermarket negligence injury claims

As we go about our visit to a supermarket to get our shopping, we all expect to do so safely and without having to go to the doctors or hospital for diagnosis or treatment of an injury due to an accident in the store. If however, you have been injured due to no fault of your own, then you may be able to make one of the thousands of supermarket negligence injury claims which are made each year by people injured when shopping.

For over a decade we have been helping injured customers, and employees to make supermarket negligence injury claims. Regardless of the size of the company, whether Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Aldi or Lidl to name a few, if they have not followed the correct health and safety laws which has lead to an accident and injury, then you can contact us for free, friendly advice on making a no win no fee injury claim.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call back or claim online.

There are many reasons why supermarket negligence injury claims are made and include:

  • A slip on a wet floor with no warning signs in place to highlight the hazard.
  • A trip on packaging, tape, cardboard boxes or crates left in a dangerous place in the aisles by staff.
  • Being injured by a staff member moving a stock cage or baskets in the supermarket.
  • An accident from a shelf collapsing or overloaded shelves causing stock to fall down.

Whatever the reason for being injured in a supermarket, you may be entitled to compensation if their negligence was the cause. Any accident and injury should be reported to staff and details logged in the supermarket accident book.

In order to claim, the injury needs to be sufficient to require medical attention, so a visit to the doctors or hospital  is necessary.

There are very strict timescales in which to make supermarket negligence injury claims, so don’t delay too long.

We would like to hear from you and can be contacted on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call back or claim online.

Injured by colleague negligence claim

Every year there are thousands of workplace accidents which happen due to another employee not following the correct health and safety laws. This may be due to their laziness or from lack of training from the employer. Regardless of the cause, if you have been injured by colleague negligence, then a claim for workplace injury compensation may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

For over a decade we have been helping injured workers to claim the compensation they deserve. Specialist accident at work solicitors handle the claims and fight hard to win maximum compensation once liability has been admitted by the employer.

You can contact us for free, friendly advice on 0800 814 0014, claim online or request a call.

Some reasons an employee may make an injured by colleague negligence claim include:

  • Stock being left on the floor in a dangerous position causing a trip accident.
  • A wet floor with no warning signs put in place following cleaning.
  • Equipment left in dangerous positions causing a slip, trip or fall.
  • Overloading shelves in the stockroom causing items to fall off.
  • Leaving sharp implements like knives in a sink in the canteen or work kitchen.
  • Falling off a scaffolding tower which was incorrectly erected.

There is a never ending list of potential dangers in the workplace, remember, if the injury was due to another employee, then a claim is possible.

Any work accident should be reported and details logged in the accident book. It is important that these are correct and as full as possible as the solicitor will want the information, if an injury compensation claim is made.

In order to claim for a non-fault accident, the injuries must be diagnosed and logged on your medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

There are strict timescales in which to make a work accident claim, so it’s best not to delay too long.

Please contact us at the Accident Advice Bureau on 0800 814 0014, request a call or claim online.

Accident and injury, is it worth claiming compensation?

Every week thousands of people are injured in non-fault accidents and in many cases, injury compensation may be claimed. Where a third parties negligence has cause the accident and injury, you can contact us for free, friendly advice on making an accident claim.

For over a decade we have been helping innocently injured people with their compensation claim. We handle all types and these include:

In order to claim for being injured, the injures need to be sufficient to be seen by a medical professional and recorded on your medical records. Injuries should also be reported and recorded in an accident book where possible.

Accident worth claiming compensation?

Some people wonder if it’s worth claiming compensation after an accident. If the injury is sufficient, it is you right to make a claim. This can be done on a no win no fee basis. In addition to claiming for an injury, special damages can also be claimed, and these can include such things as lost wages, medical and travel expenses as well as damage to possessions and home help where required.

There are strict timescales in which to make an injury compensation claim, so it’s best not to delay too long.

Our solicitors guarantee to fight hard to achieve maximum injury compensation once the third party has admitted liability. Regular updates are provided throughout the claims process.

If you would like to discuss making an accident compensation claim, please contact us on 0800 814 0014, you can request a call or claim online.

Bus Hit a Car Passenger Injury Claim

With thousands of buses and bus routes being used every day, and with the amount of traffic on the road, there are bound to be road traffic accidents or road traffic collisions as they are now more commonly known. This said, when you get on a bus, you rightly expect the bus driver to take care and get you to your destination safely. If bus driver negligence causes an accident due to hitting a car and sufficient injuries are suffered, then an injury claim for a bus hitting a car may be made.

For well over a decade, we have been helping injured bus passengers to claim compensation. All bus accident claims are handled on a no win no fee basis, this means there is no financial risk to claiming compensation.

As well as claiming for bus passenger injuries, special damages can be claimed. This includes such things as loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses, damage to possessions and home help if needed.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110, you can request a call back or claim online.

A bus hit a car passenger injury claim may be made for many reasons, these are common:

  • A bus pulled out of a junction too quickly and hit a car.
  • The bus driver didn’t see a stationary car at traffic lights or at a roundabout.
  • The bus overtook a cyclist and hit an oncoming car.
  • The bus pulled out of the bus stop and hit a car.

Some of the main bus companies in the UK are: Arriva, FirstBus, Go-Ahead, Stagecoach, National Express. There are also many regional bus companies. Regardless of the bus companies size, if bus driver negligence was to blame for an accident, then a bus passenger injury compensation claim may be made.

If you have been injured on a bus because of driver negligence, then making a compensation claim is your legal right.

Some of the main injuries suffered by bus passengers include, whiplash, torn, pulled or stretched muscles, ligaments or tendons, severe bruising, dislocations and broken bones. All of these injuries can be claimed for.

There are very strict timescales regarding bus passenger accident claims, so don’t delay too long.

Any injury must be diagnosed and recorded on medical records in order to pursue a bus passenger injury claim.

For maximum bus passenger compensation, with a fast service, please contact us at the Accident Advice Bureau on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110, you can request a call back or claim online.

Cash and carry injury claim

When you shop at any cash and carry the owners have a duty of care over you for your health and safety. Therefore if you feel you have suffered any non-fault accident whilst shopping, a cash and carry injury claim may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

All claims are worked on a 100% no win no fee basis, meaning you will not be asked to find any money at any time, also when your claim is won you will receive maximum wholesaler cash and carry supermarket injury compensation, as well as any other expenses you may have incurred such as loss of earnings.

For free friendly advice on your cash and carry injury claim, call us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online.

 Cash and carry injury claim

Whatever the cause of your cash and carry accident, make sure it is fully reported to a manager and recorded into the accident book. Take any details of the accident and cause as well any photographs if possible. Have you injuries treated and diagnosed by a doctor. These will need to be recorded on your medical records for a cash and carry injury claim to be possible.

Please call us today for free, friendly advice. We have over a decades experience in winning such claims. Call us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Work accident claim for soft tissue damage

Soft tissue damage can be incredibly painful and may arise from injuries including sprains, torn, pulled and stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles, whiplash or even severe bruising. If these injuries have happened due to employer negligence, or that of another employee, then a work accident claim for soft tissue damage may be made on a no win no fee basis.

For well over a decade we have been helping injured employees to claim what they are rightfully entitled to following a non-fault accident at work.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages can also be claimed and these may include loss of earnings, travel, medical and home help as well as damage to any possessions or clothing.

Please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110, request a call back or claim online.

Some reasons why a work accident claim for soft tissue damage may be made include:

  • A slip on a wet floor with no warning signs
  • A trip on stock, rubbish or cables left lying on the floor by another employee
  • Being injured by falling from a height in the workplace

Any accident at work should be recorded in the accident book. The details should be as detailed as possible as the solicitor can use this if a compensation claim is made.

In order to claim for being injured at work, the injuries suffered must be diagnosed by a doctor and logged on your medical records.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim for a work accident, so please don’t delay too long.

Whatever the reason for being injured at work, if you think you are entitled to compensation, you can contact us for free, friendly advice.

Maximum compensation is always fought for on winning and regular updates are provided throughout the claim.

To make an employee work accident claim for compensation please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110, request a call back or claim online.

Slip in pub toilets injury claim

When you visit any pub you should be able to do so with the peace of mind that you are in a safe environment. They legally have a duty of care over you whilst you are on their property. One of the most common causes of accidents occurs whilst visiting a pubs toilet facilities. If this has happened to you and you have suffered an injury as a result, you may be able to pursue a slip in pub toilets injury claim on a no win no fee basis.

On winning your claim maximum pub toilet accident injury compensation is awarded as well as any other losses incurred as a result of your accident such as loss of earnings or medical expenses.

Here at the Accident Advice Bureau we have years of experience successfully winning such claims. For free friendly advice please call us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call back or claim online below.

Slip in pub toilets injury claim

  • Greasy, slippery, wet floor in pub toilets around urinals, toilets, sinks from over mopping
  • Wet slippery floor in pub toilets with no wet floor signs in place
  • Leaking ceiling in pub toilets causing slip hazard
  • Pub urinals, sinks, toilets blocked and overflowing causing slip hazard
  • Faulty pub toilets, urinals, sink, blow dryer leading to injury

Whatever your reason for being injured in a pub toilets you should make sure the accident and circumstances are logged into the pubs accident book. Take details of any witnesses if there were any and take photos if possible.

Have your injuries diagnosed and treated by a doctor, your injuries will need to be on medical records for your injury claim to be possible.

There are strict timescales in place for making a slip in pub toilets injury claim, but the sooner your claim is started the easier it is to normally prove and win.

To start your pub toilet injury claim today, please call us at the Accident Advice Bureau free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Aldi Slip Accident Claims

Aldi supermarkets are very popular offering a large selection of items at very good prices. Aldi have a duty of care over people in their stores and must follow strict health and safety laws to ensure the safety of all customers, staff and visitors to their supermarkets. If Aldi negligence has been the cause of a slip accident resulting in an injury, then Aldi slip accident claims may be made on a no win no fee basis.

To claim, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Reasons for Aldi slip accident claims to be made include:

Whatever the reason for being injured in Aldi, staff should be informed and details logged in the store accident book. If there are witnesses, its useful to make a note of their details. Claims are possible if Aldi staff have not placed wet floor warning signs.

Aldi slip accident claims must be made within strict timescales, we usually find people want to claim soon after the event, while details are still clear in their mind.

In order to claim compensation against Aldi, the injuries must be recorded on your medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

Over the past decade, we have helped thousands of people injured in a supermarket accident to claim compensation on a no win no fee basis. The claim will be handled quickly and efficiently, maximum compensation will be fought for and regular updates will be provided throughout.

To make an Aldi slip accident claim, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Trip accident on broken steps in Andover injury claim

A trip accident on broken steps in Andover injury claim may be made if the trip, fall and injury were caused by negligence of the local authority due to lack of maintenance on the stairway.

Regular inspections should be carried out by the council to ensure the safety of all. In many areas of Andover, there are not only damaged steps but also missing, raised or sunken paving slabs as well as potholes, all of which can be the cause of a trip accident.

Following an accident, whether a slip, trip or fall, if there’s a defect which caused the accident, then photos should be taken of the area. It is advisable to show the width and depth of the defect by placing a tape measure next to it. Once good photos have been taken, then the defect should be reported to the local authority so they can make repairs to prevent further accidents and injuries.

To make an injury compensation claim on a no win no fee basis, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online.

In order to claim for being injured in a trip and fall accident, the injury must be sufficient to be recorded on your medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

Main injuries claimed for following a trip and fall accident in Andover include:

A soft tissue injury, which include pulled, stretched and torn ligaments, tendons and muscles as well as sprained ankles and whiplash are injuries often suffered tripping on stairs or on broken, raised or uneven paving slabs, broken wrists and arms are also commonly claimed for.

There are strict timescales in which to claim for tripping on broken stairs and paving slabs, so please don’t delay too long.

For over a decade, we at the Accident Advice Bureau have been successfully helping injured people to make injury compensation claims. We have specialist personal injury claim solicitors who handle claims on a 100% no win no fee basis and secure maximum injury compensation on winning while supplying regular updates throughout the process.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages can be claimed which include, loss of wages, travel and medical expenses and for any damage to possessions.

Please contact us as soon as possible on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online.

Radiator Fell off Wall in Rented Property Injury Claim

Rented properties, whether privately rented, housing association or council, should be a safe place to live with the fixtures and fittings being installed correctly. If defects, or incorrect fitting of a radiator, in the property cause a radiator to fall off the wall and injure an adult or child, sufficiently to require medical attention, then a claim for injury compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis.

For well over a decade, we at the Accident Advice Bureau, have been helping people to make a claim for being injured by a radiator falling off a wall due to incorrect fixings being used at the time of installation.

Any accident in a rented property should be reported to the landlord soon after the event, and details recorded in their accident book.

Some injuries often suffered when a radiator falls off a wall include soft tissue damage, severe bruising, cuts which cause scars, broken bones and burns.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim for being injured in a rented property, so please don’t leave it too long.

All claims for injured tenants are handled on a no win no fee basis by our specialist landlord accident claim solicitors. Maximum injury compensation is fought for while regular updates are provided throughout the process.

We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, you can request a call back or claim online.

Bus crash passenger injury claim

Millions of people travel on buses every day, and in the vast majority of cases the bus reaches the destination safely. A bus crash passenger injury claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis, if bus driver negligence, or the negligence of a third party driver has caused an accident resulting in injuries to passengers.

Bus drivers have a duty of care over their passengers and must take extreme care at all times. If there is a bus accident, often the driver will record the details of the passengers, but this is not always the case. Following an accident in a bus, passengers should inform the bus company that they were travelling on the bus at the time of the accident.

To make a bus passenger injury claim, please contact us at the Accident Advice Bureau on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Some reasons why a bus crash passenger injury claim may be made include:

  • The bus went through a red light and crashed into a car, bus, taxi, lorry, van, cyclist, motorcyclist or pedestrian
  • The bus had an accident at a junction or on a roundabout
  • The bus hit a kerb, island in the road, bollards, a sign post or traffic lights
  • The driver was driving too fast
  • A car or other vehicle hit the bus

Whatever the reason for being injured on a bus, as a passenger you would not be at fault. If the injury is sufficient to see a doctor or go to hospital, then a claim for compensation is possible.

There are very strict timescales in which to make a bus crash passenger injury claim for compensation, so please don’t delay too long.

To make a bus passenger accident claim, please contact us at the Accident Advice Bureau on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Trip on broken floor tile injury claim

When visiting any public place that has floor tiles, the owners have a duty of care over you and need to ensure that all floor tiles are safe. If you are unfortunate enough to suffer an injury on a broken, cracked or faulty floor tile, then a trip on broken floor tile injury claim may be possible.

Here at the Accident Advice Bureau we have over a decades experience winning such claims. Over this time millions of pounds in injury compensation has been awarded to our clients.

All claims are worked on a no win no fee basis, giving you complete peace of mind and maximum compensation is awarded when your claim is won as well as any other expenses you may have incurred such as, loss of earnings or medical costs.

For free friendly advise on your accident, call us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online.

Below are some examples of circumstances that can lead to a broken floor tile trip injury claim.

Trip on broken floor tile injury claim

Following any accident on a broken floor tile make sure you report the accident to a manager or supervisor, record the accident circumstances into the accident book, take any witness details to the accident and cause. Seek medical attention for your injuries. Your injuries will need to be on your medical records for a trip on a broken floor tile injury claim to be possible.

For an easy, hassle free and quick injury claim contact us today. Call us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 fro mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Accident in Morrisons

Accident in Morrisons claims for compensation have been successfully made with us at the Accident Advice bureau for over a decade. Although Morrisons have a duty of care over their customers and staff, and must comply with strict health and safety laws, this sometimes fails and this is when, due to Morrisons negligence, that successful accident in Morrisons claims can be made.

As with all accident claims, our specialist supermarket injury claim solicitor must be able to prove that the accident in Morrisons was caused by Morrisons negligence and if this is the case, and the injury is sufficient, then Morrisons pay compensation to injured customers or employees.

To make an accident in Morrisons claim for compensation, please call free 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call back or claim online below.

Accident in Morrisons injury claim for compensation

Any accident in Morrisons which causes an injury should be recorded in the accident book. Details should be correct and as full as possible. If a claim for compensation against Morrisons is made, then the solicitor will use the information in the book to help win the claim. Witness details should be recorded where possible.

In order to claim against Morrisons for an injury, the injuries suffered must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required. It is possible to claim for all of the injuries listed below, among others.

Accident in Morrisons can result in the following injuries:

  • A soft tissue injury or damage
  • Pulled, stretched, or torn muscles, tendons or ligaments
  • sprained ankles and wrists
  • Severe bruising
  • Whiplash injuries to neck and shoulders
  • Broken bones in the arm, hand, leg or foot
  • Dislocations to knees or shoulders
  • Severe cuts which need stitches

There are very strict timescales in which to claim against Morrisons for a slip, trip, fall, being injured by a faulty product or for being injured by staff working in the aisles, so please don’t delay too long.

All Morrisons accident and injury claims, are handled by specialist supermarket accident claim solicitors on a 100% no win no fee basis. Maximum injury compensation is always fought for and regular updates are provided throughout.

In addition to claiming for injuries caused in Morrisons, special damages which include loss of earnings, damage to possessions, travel and medical expenses can be claimed for.

Please call free 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call back or claim online below.

Asda Slip Injury Claim

When shopping in Asda you should be able to do so safely, as Asda have a duty of care over you whilst you are on their premises. If you believe you have suffered a slip accident, which was not your fault and were left injured as a result, an Asda slip injury claim may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

We have over a decades experience successfully winning Asda slip injury claims and over this time have awarded millions of pounds in injury compensation to our clients. All claims are worked on a 100% no win no fee basis where you will receive maximum compensation for your pain and suffering as well as any other losses such as, loss of earnings or medical costs.

We are waiting to offer you free help and advise now on your injury. Call us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or claim online.

Below are just some examples of accidents that can lead to an Asda slip injury claim.

Asda Slip Injury Claim for Compensation

  • Slip at entrance of Asda on water causing an injury
  • Slip in the aisle at Asda on water, liquid, substance
  • Slip in the cafe on drink, liquid or water
  • Leak in toilets in Asda slip injury claim
  • Leaking freezer in Asda slip injury claim
  • Water on floor around flowers slip accident
  • Slip at checkouts in Asda or at customer services department
  • Slip in Asda garage forecourt on grease or petrol
  • A slip on stock dropped by staff when filling shelves including fruit or vegetables
  • A trip accident on a crate left on the floor

Whatever the circumstances of your accident and injury make sure you report it to a manager or supervisor. Record full details into the accident book and have your injuries diagnosed by a doctor. These will need to be on your medical records for an Asda slip injury claim to be possible.

Remember making a claim for a non-fault accident and injury is your legal right and we are here now waiting to give you free, friendly advice.

Call us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Office Worker Injury Claim

A very large number of us work in offices across the UK. Offices are thought to be a safe place to work in, however statistics show that there are thousands of accidents that occur in offices every year that result in serious injury. If you believe you have suffered a non-fault accident whilst working in an office, an office worker injury claim for compensation may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

We have over a decades experience in winning office worker injury claims and over this time have awarded our clients millions of pounds in injury compensation as well as any other expenses incurred such as, loss of earnings or medical costs.

All office worker accident claims are worked on a no win no fee no risk basis, giving you complete financial peace of mind. On winning maximum injury compensation is awarded.

We’re are here to offer you free help and advise on your claim, call us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online. Remember making a claim for your pain and suffering is your legal right.

Below are just a few examples of accidents that can lead to an office worker injury claim.

Office Worker Injury Claim for Compensation

Injuries often suffered in an office accident include:

Whatever the cause of your accident or the injury you have suffered, make sure the full accident circumstances are reported to a manager or supervisor. Record the accident into the accident book, take any witness details to the accident and cause and have your injuries treated by a doctor. Your injuries will need to be diagnosed and on your medical records for an office worker injury claim to be possible.

For advise on your claim contact us today all advise is free and friendly.

Call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Iceland Accident Compensation Claim

Iceland food stores are very popular and attract millions of customers every year. Iceland are one of the fastest growing UK companies and supply a huge range of frozen food as well as chilled and groceries. Iceland have a duty of care over their customers and employees and must follow strict health and safety laws. The vast majority of customers go about their shopping and leave the store safely, however there are times when customers or employees are injured due to Iceland store negligence, this is when an Iceland accident compensation claim may be made.

To make an accident claim against Iceland for being injured in their store, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

An Iceland accident compensation claim may be made due to:

  • A trip accident on cardboard in the Iceland aisle
  • A slip on a wet floor in Iceland next to a freezer or chiller no warning signs in place
  • Being injured by a faulty stock cage, damaged wheels or wire sticking out
  • Being injured by a pallet truck in Iceland left lying around or being used by staff
  • A slip accident on a product dropped by staff onto the floor
  • A trip on bread baskets left on the floor in Iceland by staff
  • A slip on water at the entrance of Iceland no warning signs in place
  • Injured at the checkout in Iceland
  • Iceland employee injury claims
  • A trip on a crate left on the floor by staff

Regardless of the cause of being injured in an Iceland store, if staff negligence was to blame, then an Iceland accident compensation claim may be possible.

Some common injuries suffered in a shop accident include soft tissue damage which may be torn, pulled or stretched tendons, ligaments, muscles, whiplash, sprains and severe bruising. In addition, broken bones in the hand, wrist and arm, foot, ankle and leg are commonly suffered.

Following an accident in Iceland, the details should be reported and logged in the accident book. This information can then be used by the solicitor should an accident claim against Iceland be made.

There are strict timescales in which to make an Iceland accident compensation claim, so please don’t leave it too long. All claims we handle are on a no win no fee basis, a specialist shop accident claim solicitor will work hard to achieve maximum compensation on winning and regular updates are provided throughout the process.

Please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Trip on a Pothole Outside Shops Claim

There are thousands of parades of shops and single unit shops all over the country. When walking to or from a shop, it should be safe and defect free, reducing the risk of an accident. It is when a trip on a pothole outside shops happens that a claim for injury compensation may be possible.

Sometimes the potholes may be the responsibility of the shop owner or it could be a local authority who have to ensure the area is fully maintained and defect free. Either way, if you have been injured tripping on a pothole outside shops and the injury is sufficient to require medical attention, then you should contact us to see if you may be entitled to claim compensation.

To claim for tripping on a pothole, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Following a trip on a pothole and if a claim for injury compensation is to be made, it is important to take photos of the defect using a tape measure to show the full depth and width. Without good photos, the third party can easily deny the pothole was deep enough to claim on.

When several photos from different angles have been taken, with clear measurements showing, the people you think are responsible for the defect should be notified so they can make repairs to prevent further accidents.

A trip on a pothole outside shops claim is often made for the following injuries:

In order to claim compensation, the injuries must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

There are very strict timescales in which to make a claim for tripping on a pothole outside shops, so don’t delay too long.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages to include loss of earnings, medical expenses and damage to clothing or possessions can be claimed for.

We have been helping people for over a decade to claim for tripping on a pothole. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

To claim please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Tree Surgeon Accident Claim

The dangers of Tree Surgery are certainly there, working at height using dangerous equipment and often in bad weather. Many workplace accidents happen and some are due to employer negligence. When an employer has failed to follow strict Health and Safety laws, resulting in employee accidents and injuries, a Tree Surgeon accident claim may be made.

For over a decade we have been helping employees to make Tree Surgeon injury compensation claims on a no win no fee basis. Our solicitors fight hard to win the claim and then to achieve maximum compensation as quickly as possible, whilst supplying regular updates as the claim progresses.

Some reasons for Tree Surgeon accident claims include:

  • Being told to use damaged and broken equipment
  • Lack of training on machinery
  • Told to work too fast by the employer or supervisor
  • Working alone due to staff shortages
  • Not supplied Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Lack of supervision when working at height
  • Platforms not provided
  • Lack of proper planning by the employer
  • Using unguarded machinery
  • Safety harness not supplied by the employer

Regardless of the circumstances, if employer negligence has resulted in an accident and injury then a gardening injury claim or Tree Surgeon accident claim may be made. The law is on your side if you have been injured at work due to employer negligence or that of another employee.

Common injuries resulting in Tree Surgeon accident claims include:

Torn, pulled and stretched ligaments, muscles and tendons, whiplash injuries, sprains and severe bruising, known as soft tissue damage, broken bones, dislocations and cuts. All injuries, if sufficient to require medical attention may be claimed for.

Any accident and injury caused at work should be reported to the employer and details logged in the accident book. It is important that the details are as full as possible because if a Tree Surgeon accident claim is made, then solicitors can use the information in the book.

As with all personal injury claims, there are very strict timescales in which to make a Tree Surgeon accident claim, so don’t delay too long.

In addition to injury compensation claimed when making Tree Surgeon accident claims, special damages which include loss of earnings, travel and medical bills as well as damage to clothing, possessions and home care if required may be claimed for.

To make a Tree Surgeon accident claim on a 100% no win no fee basis, please contact us at the Accident Advice Bureau by calling 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online.

Accident Compensation Claims No Win No Fee

Accident compensation claims no win no fee may be made for many reasons, some of these are listed below. Regardless of the type of accident and injury you have suffered, if it was due to a non fault accident, then the law is on your side and an injury claim is possible.

If you are injured at work as a bike courier transporting papers or parcels from one place to another and your employer negligence caused an accident or if it was a non fault traffic accident we can help you.

May be you live in a rented property and due to landlord negligence, you have suffered carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is often called ‘The Silent Killer’ and has caused many deaths due to neglected gas appliances. Any symptoms where you think it is due to carbon monoxide should be checked out at the doctors where a blood test can confirm the poisoning. We have handled many claims for this over the last decade.

Care workers work incredibly hard and are essential for many people. Care workers are often injured at work due to employer negligence, having to work too fast, work alone and having to lift heavy people or items which can result in back injuries. We have helped many care workers injured at work to make accident compensation claims no win no fee.

Kitchen worker injuries and chef work accidents are very common as they have to work quickly with very hazardous equipment. Employer negligence leading to slips, trips, falls, cuts and burns in the kitchen is commonplace. If you have been injured working as a chef through a non fault accident you can make an accident compensation claims no win no fee.

A factory assembler accident claim for compensation may be made if factory machinery is being used while broken or damaged, it could be a workplace lathe accident, if insufficient Personal Protective Equipment has been supplied or there is a slip, trip or fall for example. Thousands of factory accident compensation claims no win no fee are made each year by injured factory employees, including factory packer injury claims due to non fault accidents.

Accident claims for gardeners are regularly made due to suffering cuts and lacerations, bad backs and soft tissue damage due to employer negligence. Insufficient gardening equipment or having to use broken and damaged tools is the cause for many gardeners or groundsman accident compensation claims against their employer.

Healthcare support workers play a vital role in the NHS and work long hours providing a vital service. If the employer or another employees negligence has caused an accident then a healthcare support worker accident claim may be possible. We have helped many to make the accident compensation claims no win no fee which they deserve. Many of these accidents are for having to work too fast due to staff shortages, lifting and slips, trips and falls.

Restaurant accident claims happen mainly due to slips, trips and falls on a wet, greasy floor but can also happen for such things as sitting on a broken chair.  If you have been a waiter injured in a restaurant, a chef, kitchen porter or customer, a claim on a no win no fee basis may be possible. A fast food restaurant accident like a slip accident in KFC claim or an accident in McDonalds for example has injured thousands of people with many successful injury claims being made each year.

If working as an engineer fixing machinery, and an accident happens due to the negligence of the employer happens then accident compensation claims no win no fee may be made. It could be that the employer didn’t supply the correct personal protective equipment, that the floor was wet and slippery around the machine or that another employee started the machine while it was being worked on. If the accident and injury was not your fault, then a machine maintenance worker injury claim is possible.

Refuse collection employees have to work very hard and quickly in all weathers. There are many refuse worker accident claims made each year due to being injured due to a trip on a pothole in the road, being run over by the refuse collector lorry or another vehicle. Most bins these days are on wheels, but sometimes the workers need to lift heavy items and this can cause back injuries. In addition, cuts and lacerations can happen due to people putting incorrect rubbish in the bins. Non fault accidents may result in successful accident compensation claims no win no fee.

Roofing and scaffolding accidents are very common with both of these jobs seen as very high risk. Employers must follow very stringent Health and Safety laws to ensure the workers do not come to harm due to employer negligence. Roofing accident claims are often for serious injuries including many with broken bones and unfortunately some are fatal.

Accident compensation claims no win no fee and what next?

Above are a few examples of accident claims which may be made due to employer or employee negligence. Providing the accident was not your own fault, then we would like to hear from you. All claims are handled on a 100% no win no fee basis, maximum compensation is always fought for by a solicitor specializing in the type of accident you have suffered. Over the past decade, our solicitors have claimed millions of pounds in compensation for our clients.

To make accident compensation claims no win no fee please call us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110, you can request a call back or claim online below.

Slip in Tesco Injury Claim for Compensation

Millions of people shop in Tesco supermarkets every day, the vast majority buy their shopping and return home safely. Tesco have a duty of care over customers and staff on their premises and have very strict Health and Safety laws to follow to ensure this. There are times however when a slip accident in Tesco causes injuries to customers involved in non fault accidents and due to Tesco negligence, this is when a slip in Tesco injury claim may be made on a no win no fee basis.

We would like to talk to you to discuss your slip accident in Tesco claim and ask that you please call us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online below.

Some reasons a slip in Tesco injury claim may be made

There are many reasons for slip accidents in Tesco, the main thing is that following an accident, the details, including witness details, should be reported to staff and logged in the accident book.

There are very strict timescales in which slip in Tesco injury claims may be made. We find most people make a claim soon after the accident.

In order to claim compensation against Tesco, the injury must be recorded on your medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

We find the main injuries claimed for following a slip accident in Tesco include:

We have over a decade experience in helping people make a slip in Tesco injury claim, and all are handled on a no win no fee basis by solicitors who specialise in compensation claims against supermarkets. We ensure regular updates are provided throughout the process and that maximum compensation is fought for in the fastest possible time.

We would like to talk to you to discuss your slip in Tesco injury claim and ask that you please call us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online below.

Play Park Child Injury Compensation Claims

Almost every child enjoys going to the play park to have fun and release energy. Play parks should be a safe environment for children to enjoy themselves where parents can watch, and join in with them playing. If your child has an accident in the park due to the lack of maintenance by the people responsible, then play park child injury claims for compensation may be made.

To make an accident claim for a child injured in a play park, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

There are many reasons why play park child injury compensation claims are made which include:

Whatever the reason for a child play park accident, if negligence of the owners was to blame, you can make a child accident claim on a no win no fee basis.

Following the accident, a good set of photos should be taken of the defect and then the accident and injury should be reported to to people responsible.

In order to claim for a child accident in a play park, the injuries must be recorded on medical records, so a trip to the hospital or doctors is required.

We have over a decade experience in successfully handling play park child injury compensation claims. We would like to discuss the claim with you. We give free, friendly advice and our solicitors fight hard on a no win no fee basis to win the claim and secure maximum child injury compensation. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Pub Car Park Pothole Trip Injury Claim

Millions of people enjoy going to the pub and socializing with friends and family. When arriving and walking through the pub grounds or driving into the pub car park, getting out of the car and walking across the car park towards the pub entrance should be safe and not contain tripping hazards. There are some pubs where landlord negligence has meant that there are potholes in the pub car park. If you are unfortunate enough to have an accident and you are injured, then a pub car park pothole trip injury claim for compensation may be made.

Over the past decade, we have successfully helped many people to claim for tripping in a pub car park, the claims are handled by specialist personal injury claim solicitors on a no win no fee basis. In addition to claiming for physical injuries, special damages can also be claimed for which can include loss of earnings, damage to equipment, travel and medical expenses.

Pub car park pothole trip injury claims are often made for the following injuries:

Soft tissue damage including pulled, torn and stretched muscles, tendons and ligaments, whiplash, sprained ankles and severe bruising. Broken bones and dislocations are also very common and all these injuries can be claimed for.

Following any accident tripping on a pothole in a pub car park should be followed by taking several photos, to include measurements, and then the pothole trip accident should be reported to the pub staff and details logged in the accident book.

We have been helping people for over a decade to claim for an accident in a pub car park. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

To make a pub car park pothole trip injury claim, the injury must be recorded on medical records, so going to the hospital or doctors is necessary.

There are strict timescales in which to claim against a pub for negligence, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Taxi hit a bollard passenger injury claim

Millions of us use taxi’s every week and rely on the taxi drivers competence to ensure we arrive safely at our destination. If taxi driver negligence and bad driving means that the taxi crashes into a bollard which results in passenger injuries, then a no win no fee passenger injury claim for a taxi hitting a bollard may be made.

Following a taxi accident, the driver will often take the details of passengers, but it is important that the injured passengers take details of the taxi driver and company.

Main injuries suffered resulting in a taxi passenger injury claim include:

Damage to soft tissue which includes torn, pulled and stretched ligaments, muscles and tendons, whiplash, sprained ankles and wrists. Dislocations and broken bones are also common. All these injuries may be claimed for.

In order to claim for a taxi accident, the injuries must be diagnosed, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required. This information will be used by the solicitor as the claim progresses.

There are strict timescales in which to make a taxi passenger injury claim. Please contact us as soon as possible following the accident. We usually find taxi passenger claims are made soon after the event.

We have been helping people for over a decade to make a taxi passenger injury claim. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Display stand collapsed injury claim

When in a shop or supermarket, you expect to be able to go about your shopping safely and not have shelving or display stands collapse and spread products all over the floor creating a slip or trip hazard. There are many occasions when customers are injured due to shop or supermarket negligence and go on to successfully make a shop display stand collapsed injury claim on a no win no fee basis.

When a display stand or shelf collapses, staff should place warning signs and clear up the items as quickly as possible. If you are unfortunate enough to be injured by slipping or tripping on items left on the floor, staff should be informed and the details logged in the accident book. It is important to ensure details are correct as they can be used by the solicitor should a claim for injury compensation be made.

Whether you have been injured in Tesco, had an accident in Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Aldi, Lidl or a smaller shop or supermarket, if their negligence was to blame, you could be entitled to claim injury compensation.

To make a claim for being injured in a non-fault accident in a shop or supermarket, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

A display stand collapsed injury claim for compensation may be made for various injuries including:

The above are all common injuries suffered by customers injured due to supermarket negligence, and may be claimed for.

We have been helping people for over a decade to claim for being injured by a shelf falling down in a supermarket or shop. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Trip on a broken paving slab/pothole in Southampton injury claim

If you live or are just visiting the city of Southampton, you should be able to walk around knowing that public areas have been well maintained by the council and are therefore safe. If you do suffer a trip on a broken slab or pothole, which has left you injured, you may be entitled to pursue a trip on a broken paving slab/pothole in Southampton injury claim, with our help

All claims here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win no fee basis, giving you complete peace of mind. On winning your claim you will be awarded with maximum injury compensation as well as any other costs you may have incurred, such as loss of earnings.

We want to help you, so for free advice and help call 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles or click: Trip on a broken paving slab/pothole.

Examples of trip accident claims include:

Where ever you were injured on a slab or pothole make sure you take pictures of the defect with a tape measure showing a close up so you can see the reading on the measure and then an area shot with the defect still visible. Once we have accepted your claim, you can report it to the council. Do not report it straight away, as we need to make sure the photos you have are sufficient to make claim.

There are lots of circumstances when the defect is reported to the council, they then repair it straight away and then the pictures you have are no good. If the defeat has been repaired we are then unable to take more pictures. Also take any witness details to the defect and accident and seek medical attention for your injuries.

Injuries that are often suffered on a broken paving slab or pothole in Southampton include:

Whatever you injury or accident circumstances please contact us we want to help, all advice is free.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Taxi crash passenger claim

Taxi drivers have a responsibility to get passengers to and from their destination safely. They give the door to door service which buses cannot, which can make life much easier especially for a night out and after a shopping trip for people who do not drive. If taxi driver negligence or that of a third party driver causes an accident which causes injuries, then a taxi crash passenger claim may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

Some reasons why a taxi crash passenger claim may be made include:

  • Taxi driver jumped a red light and crashed injuring passengers.
  • The taxi hit a bollard, tree, lamp post, telegraph pole, kerb or a post box.
  • Taxi driver crashed into a car, van, lorry or bus either head on, in the side or in the rear.
  • A third party driver crashed into the taxi causing injuries to passengers or taxi driver.
  • The taxi driver drove off with a passenger half way into the taxi causing the passenger to fall out.

Whatever the reason for a taxi passenger injury, following the accident, the passenger should record the drivers name, registration number and taxi company.

To make a taxi crash passenger claim for injury compensation, the injuries must be diagnosed and recorded on your medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

Some main injuries suffered and claimed for in a taxi crash passenger claim include:

Soft tissue damage, torn, stretched and pulled muscles, ligaments and tendons, whiplash, dislocations and broken bones are all often claimed for by injured taxi passengers following a taxi accident.

We have over a decade of experience and specialist no win no fee taxi crash passenger claim solicitors who fight hard to achieve maximum compensation as quickly as possible.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Slip on rain water in a shop entrance claim

All shops and supermarkets have a responsibility to ensure all customers are safe whilst on their property, this means following health and safely laws and making slip hazards highly visible. A slip on rain water in a shop entrance claim for injury compensation, may be made on a no win no fee basis. This is possible if a slip accident happens in shop or supermarket entrance or exit, and staff negligence meant that the floor was wet and slippery with no warning signs in place to warn customers.

Whether you have been injured in Tesco, had an accident in Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Lidl or Aldi to name a few, the law is on your side if store negligence was to blame for your accident and you wish to claim compensation.

All slip accidents in shops and supermarkets should be reported to the store staff and details logged in their accident book. If witnesses were available, their details should be included.

To claim for a slipping accident in a supermarket or shop, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

A slip on rain water in a shop entrance claim are often for the following injuries:

All of the above injuries may be claimed for, and they often result in successful supermarket injury compensation claims being made.

If an injury claim is to be made against a supermarket or shop, the injuries suffered need to be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

There are strict timescales in which to make a claim for slipping on rain water in a shop entrance, so don’t delay too long. We offer free, friendly advice and have solicitors who specialise in no win no fee shop and  supermarket accident claims, working hard to achieve maximum compensation on winning.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Pallet Trip Injury Claims

Many stores use pallets to hold stock, these pallets should be kept to places which do not endanger customers whilst shopping. There are many times when an empty pallet left on the floor in a dangerous place in shops or supermarkets cause a customer to trip and fall causing injuries. If you have been unfortunate enough to be injured, then you may be able to pursue one of the many pallet trip injury claims which are made each year on a no win no fee basis.

Any trip on a pallet in a shop should be reported to staff and details recorded in their accident book. The injury must be recorded on medical records if an injury claim is to be made, so a visit to the doctors or hospital would be required. This information can then be used as the injury claim progresses.

To claim for tripping on a pallet, which caused an injury please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Some of the main injuries which result in pallet trip injury claims include:

A soft tissue injury which may be whiplash, pulled, torn or stretched muscles, tendons or ligaments, a back injury and broken bones. All of these can be incredibly painful and last several weeks or months. It is possible to claim compensation for all of these injuries.

In addition to claiming for the injury, other losses such as wages, travel and medical expenses may also be claimed for. Our solicitors ensure that all clients are kept fully updated throughout the claim. On winning, they will fight hard to achieve maximum compensation in the quickest possible time. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Regardless of the size of the company, whether it is Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Lidl, Aldi, the Co-op or Iceland to name a few, if you have tripped over a pallet, which was left lying around by staff in a dangerous position, then a claim for compensation may be made.

As with all personal injury claims, there are strict timescales in which a claim for tripping on a pallet can be made, so please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Taxi driver negligence claim

A taxi driver negligence claim for injury compensation can be made by passengers injured when a taxi driver fails to take them to their destination safely. When you get into a taxi, you expect the driver to take care and abide by the laws of the road. There are times when the driver may be over tired or in a rush and compromise the safety of their passengers.

A taxi driver negligence claim may be made due to the following:

  • Driver speeding round a corner and came off the road hitting an object such as trees, bollards, the kerb or traffic lights.
  • Taxi driver hit a car in the rear, side or head on.
  • Taxi driver pulling away from the kerb when passengers are not in or out of the car.
  • The driver fell asleep at the wheel causing an accident and injury to passengers.
  • A mechanical fault with the taxi caused an accident.

Injuries often associated with a passenger accident in a taxi include:

Whiplash injuries to the neck and shoulders, an upper or lower back injury, soft tissue injuries which include torn, pulled and stretched ligaments, tendons and muscle damage as well as broken bones.

Regardless of the reason for passengers being injured in a taxi, the accident and injury should be reported to the taxi company and details of the driver, car registration number and taxi company should be recorded.

Taxi driver negligence claims must be made within a three year time period. Most people tend to make them soon after the accident happens, while the information is still clear in their minds.

Injuries must be recorded on medical records if a claim is to be made, therefore a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

We have been helping people for over a decade to make a taxi driver negligence claim for compensation. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Accident Tripping on Cardboard in a Tesco Aisle

Tesco attracts millions of shoppers every week and in the vast majority of times, customers shop and return home safely but when things go wrong, through no fault of your own, and you are injured in Tesco you should know that free, friendly advice on claiming compensation is available from the Accident Advice Bureau.

An accident tripping on cardboard in a Tesco aisle can cause serious injuries and make a huge difference to daily life. If following an accident in Tesco, which was due to staff negligence, you have been injured sufficiently and need to see a doctor, then a no win no fee injury claim may be made using specialist supermarket claim solicitors.

The aisles in Tesco should be kept clear and free from rubbish, cardboard boxes, packaging, tape and low empty baskets which may not be seen by customers.If there is an obstruction or trip hazard on the floor, there should be warning signs to ensure customers are aware. If a trip accident on any of these causes an injury, it should be reported to staff and logged in the accident book.

When information is entered in to the accident book, they should be as comprehensive as possible as the solicitor can then use this as the claim progresses.

Accident tripping on cardboard in a Tesco aisle injuries often suffered include:

Soft tissue damage, pulled, torn and stretched muscles, ligaments, tendons, sprains and severe bruising are common as well as broken bones in the hand, wrist, arm and ankle.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim compensation from Tesco, so don’t delay too long.

We have been helping people for over a decade to claim for tripping in Tesco. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

Whatever the reason for being injured in Tesco, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Trip on Bread Baskets in Tesco Claim Compensation

A trip accident in Tesco can be very embarrassing and painful, but if there are bread baskets left on the floor by staff and it causes an accident and injury, then a trip on bread baskets in Tesco claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis if Tesco staff negligence was to blame.

Bread baskets are usually stacked fairly high and visible in the Tesco aisles but if they have been left where there is only a small amount or even one on its own, this can cause a dangerous trip hazard. Tesco as with all supermarkets have a duty of care over their customers, and staff, to ensure all are safe, at all times when on their premises.

If you have been unfortunate enough to trip on bread baskets or a small stack of shopping baskets and suffered an injury in Tesco, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles or claim online for free, friendly advice.

Trip on bread baskets in Tesco claim compensation for injuries including:

A soft tissue injury, torn, stretched and pulled tendons, ligaments and muscle damage, whiplash, broken bones and dislocated knees and shoulders are all very common following a slip, trip or fall accident in a supermarket.

There are strict timescales in which to claim against Tesco for tripping on baskets in the aisle, so don’t delay in contacting us.

Our injury claim specialist solicitors handle claims quickly and efficiently and will keep you fully up to date on the progress. On winning, they will work hard to achieve maximum compensation as well as claiming for special damages which include loss of earnings, travel/medical expenses and damage to any clothing or equipment.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Slippery floor in Tesco fall injury claim

A slippery floor in Tesco due to a spillage from an item, a wet floor due to cleaning, a leaking fridge, chiller or freezer or rain water being trodden into the store could be the cause of a slip accident which may result in a personal injury compensation claim against Tesco being made on a no win no fee basis.

Tesco have to follow strict health and safety laws and have a duty of care over customers, employees and visitors to their stores. When Tesco negligence has caused an accident and injury, it gives grounds to sue Tesco for an accident.

Any wet floor causing a slippery surface should be cleared up as soon as it happens or wet floor warning signs should be placed to warn customers and staff of the slip hazard. If no warning signs have been placed, then a claim for slipping in Tesco may be possible.

Any accident in Tesco should be reported to staff and details logged in the accident book. It is always important to ensure full details are entered and should include witness details whenever possible as the solicitor would use the information should a claim against Tesco be made.

In order to make a claim for compensation any injury must be diagnosed by a doctor and recorded on medical records. When an injury compensation claim is made against Tesco, the medical records will be viewed by the solicitor. There are strict timescales in which to claim for in injury against Tesco for a slip, trip or fall accident.

We have been helping people for over a decade to sue Tesco for negligence causing an accident and injury. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while supplying regular updates throughout.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Swollen ankle injury claim

A swollen ankle can be incredibly painful and it can suddenly make us realize just how much we take our normal daily life for granted. It can affect life in every way and often also then means that we rely on others to carry out what would usually be viewed as simple tasks. Swollen ankle injury claims are often made due to accidents caused by a third parties negligence, although it won’t take the pain away, the compensation may assist in other ways.

A swollen ankle injury claim for compensation may be made if the swelling, which may be torn, stretched or pulled muscles, tendons or ligaments, is due to a slip, trip or fall accident from where a third party is negligent. The accident and injury may be due to an accident at work, a slip or trip in a supermarket or out on the road or pavement to give a few examples.

Any ankle injury from a non fault accident should be reported to the people liable for the defect or cause, to ensure details are logged in an accident book if one is available and also so they are fully aware of the situation so repairs or cleaning can take place to prevent further accidents.

How to make a swollen ankle injury claim

A claim for a swollen ankle or soft tissue injury can be made on a no win no fee basis using our specialist personal injury claim solicitors who will fight hard to win the claim and then to secure maximum compensation. Regular updates are provided throughout the process, which will be carried out as quickly as possible.

There are strict time scales in which to make a swollen ankle injury claim, so please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Bus passenger injury claim for soft tissue damage

When travelling on a bus, you would expect the driver to get you to your destination safely and in most cases this happens, however if the bus driver or a third party causes an accident, causing passenger injuries, then a claim for compensation may be made. Bus passenger soft tissue injuries are common following an accident

A bus passenger injury claim for soft tissue damage is often made on a no win no fee basis following an accident on a bus. Many bus passengers are thrown violently  from their seats in an accident and suffer from whiplash, stretched, torn or pulled muscles, ligaments or tendons and broken bones due to the bus driver driving dangerously.

To claim for being injured on a bus in an accident, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Some reasons a bus passenger claim for soft tissue damage may be made includes:

Often following a bus accident, the driver will take details of passengers. If not, keep your ticket and report the accident and injury to the bus company.

In order to claim for a bus accident, the injury must be sufficient to require medical attention, therefore a visit to the doctors or hospital is required. There are strict timescales in which claims for injured bus passengers to be made. The Accident Advice Bureau give free advice on claiming compensation on a no win no fee basis and have solicitors to hand specializing in bus passenger injury claims.

Bus passenger injury claims are handled quickly and efficiently and you will be kept fully informed through every step of the claim. The solicitor will fight hard to achieve maximum compensation.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Broken Staircase Rented Property Injury Claim

If you live in a rented property, whether it is a private rent, housing association or council, the landlord or authority is required to ensure the staircase, which includes the covering which is usually carpet and the banister are safe and in a good state of repair so there is no danger of an accident which could cause an injury to a tenant, child or visitor to the property.

Every year there are many accidents and many of these result in a broken staircase rented property injury claim being made by tenants who had already pre-warned the landlord of the property about the dangers and risk of injury, many of these claims are made through us at the Accident Advice Bureau.

To claim for being injured in a rented property due to landlord negligence, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Common injuries suffered in an accident due to a broken staircase include:

Some of the most common injuries from a broken or damaged staircase fall accident are a soft tissue injury which may be torn, stretched or pulled muscles, tendons or ligaments and whiplash injuries. Broken bones in the arms and legs and dislocations to the shoulder and knee are also common injuries which can be claimed for.

Any rented property accident on stairs should be reported to the authority or landlord as soon as possible so they can make repairs, it also logs the claim should a claim for injury compensation be made. In addition, in order to claim for an accident, the injury must be recorded on medical records so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

A claim for falling down broken stairs in a rented property has to be made within three years of the accident happening.

To claim using our specialist personal injury claim solicitors who have years of experience in successfully handling landlord negligence claims on a no win no fee basis, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Trip on a pothole next to shops

A trip on a pothole next to shops is something that happens to hundreds of people every year and many of the accidents result in severe injuries ranging from a soft tissue injury which may be pulled, stretched or torn ligaments, tendons or muscles, whiplash or broken bones. Very often the pothole tripping accident could have been avoided if the shop owners or local authority had taken steps to make repairs before the pothole got too large.

If you have been unfortunate enough to suffer a trip on a pothole next to shops, you should report the accident and injury to the people responsible but it is important to ensure good photographs have been taken of the pothole, using a tape measure, so should a claim for tripping be made, the photos will back up the claim.

There are strict timescales in which to make a pothole trip injury claim so contact us as soon as possible for free, friendly advice.

If a claim for tripping on a pothole is made, the injury must be recorded on medical records as the solicitor and the third party will want to know how severe the injury was. This means a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

In addition to claiming injury compensation for tripping on a pothole next to shops, special damages can be claimed and these include loss of earnings, medical, travel expenses and damage to any possessions or clothing.

You can use a specialist no win no fee injury claim solicitor by contacting us at the Accident Advice Bureau. The solicitor, once having accepted the claim, will fight hard to win the claim and then to secure maximum trip injury compensation. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Swab left inside body after operation

When you go to hospital for an operation you always hope and expect to come out better than you went in, maybe a little sore but with the confidence of knowing that the surgeons, doctors and nurses have completed the operation correctly and not left a swab inside.

Unfortunately there are some occasions when a swab is left inside a patient and this has only been noticed when there have been severe and unusual pains in the area and sometimes, the swab has been known to protrude.

Any patient who has had a medical swab left inside after an operation can make a claim for medical negligence compensation on a no win no fee basis using specialist medical negligence claim solicitors through the Accident Advice Bureau. We have successfully helped many patients claim for being left with a swab inside their body following an operation.

There are strict timescales in which to claim for a swab left inside the body after an operation. We have usually found claims against hospitals are made soon after the swab being discovered and removed.

Medical negligence claims for a swab being left inside the body after an operation, and what to do next:

Making a medical negligence claim for compensation for foreign bodies being left inside the body, which includes swabs, are handled as quickly as possible and full ongoing information on how the claim is progressing is always available from the solicitor handling the case.

For over a decade we have been helping people who have suffered at the hands of surgeons, doctors and nurses to claim compensation for medical negligence.

To talk to a highly qualified medical claim expert solicitor please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Wet ceiling collapsed in rented property

If you have been unfortunate enough to be injured when a wet ceiling collapsed in a rented property and the injuries are sufficient to need medical attention form a doctor, then a claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis may be made using the Accident Advice Bureau.

Landlords have a duty of care to ensure their properties are safe for tenants to live in. There are many cases when a ceiling fell down in a rented property because the roof was leaking, there were problems in the bathroom causing water to escape or a water tank in the loft failed and leaked water.

Whenever there is an accident in a rented property, the landlord should be informed as soon as possible so repairs can be made. The landlord should then ensure the problem is rectified very quickly.

To claim for being injured when a ceiling fell down in a rented property, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Common injuries suffered when a ceiling collapsed in a property include:

Many injuries are possible from being hit by a falling ceiling, these often include soft tissue injuries which may be muscle, tendon and ligament damage especially in the neck, shoulders and back, this is often referred to as whiplash. Broken bones in the arms and legs as well as cuts and severe bruising are very common as the unsuspecting person puts their hands up to protect themselves from the falling ceiling.

Wet ceiling collapsed in rented property, how to claim:

For over a decade we have been successfully helping injured tenants to claim against a negligent landlord due to being injured by a ceiling falling down onto them or their children.

If you would like to claim injury compensation from a landlord for being injured in a rented property using specialist landlord claim solicitors who will work quickly and efficiently, working to gain maximum compensation on a no win no fee basis please contact us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Subway restaurant injury claim

Subway are a very popular chain offering fast food. They are visited by millions of people each week, most enjoy their food inside or as a take away and are not injured in Subway restaurant. However, for customers or employees injured in Subway due to Subway negligence, a Subway restaurant injury claim may be made on a no win no fee basis by any customer or visitor who suffers an accident and is sufficiently injured if staff negligence or that of the restaurant owners has been the cause of the accident.

There are thousands of injuries to customers in restaurants every year and many could easily be avoided if more care is taken by the employees. There are a few main causes of restaurant accidents, these are:

  • Slip accident on a wet floor, which has no warning signs to highlight the hazard
  • Sitting on a broken chair which collapses and causes injuries
  • Being hit and injured by a ceiling collapsing
  • A trip on stock left on the floor by staff
  • A fall accident due to faulty flooring
  • Being injured by a faulty door
  • A slip on rain water being trodden into the restaurant with no warning signs

Anyone injured in a Subway restaurant should have the details logged in the accident book ensuring as many details as possible are entered including witness information wherever possible. This can then be used by the solicitor should a claim for compensation be made.

Main injuries suffered in a restaurant accident include a soft tissue injury, damaged, stretched and torn tendons, ligaments and muscles as well as fractured bones in the hand, wrist, arm, foot ankle and leg.

There are strict timescales in which to claim against Subway for an accident. By contacting the Accident Advice Bureau, you can have a personal injury claim specialist solicitor working hard on your claim and this will be on a no win no fee basis, they will fight hard to win the claim and achieve maximum compensation.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Broken seat injury claim

Sitting on a broken seat and falling off can not only be very painful but also embarrassing. Anyone who suffers in this way may be able to make a broken seat injury claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis. Maybe the legs collapsed when sitting on it or it could be that the seat was not properly connected to the frame and slid off. Many claims we have handled have been for employees falling from a broken chair at work or from customers being injured in a restaurant.

Any broken seats should be reported to the people responsible and details of the accident and injury logged into an accident book if one is available. Any witness details should be included in the report where ever possible. The information can be used by a solicitor should a compensation claim be made.

Main injuries which result in a successful broken seat injury claim include:

A soft tissue injury which may be pulled, torn or stretched muscles, tendons or ligaments or even a whiplash injury, severe bruising and fractures. Many of these injuries last several weeks or months before a full recovery is made. All of these injuries may be claimed for if the injury is sufficient.

When claiming for injuries, solicitors can also claim special damages which can include loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses and damage to clothing or equipment.

For over a decade we have been helping people to claim for falling off a broken chair. All claims are handled quickly and maximum compensation is always fought for on winning. Regular updates are provided throughout the process.

To make a claim for falling from a broken seat, using specialist no won no fee injury claim solicitors, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Aldi Slip Injury Claim

When shopping in Aldi, you expect to be safe and to leave the shop without being injured due to Aldi staff negligence.  If you do suffer a non-fault slip accident, then an Aldi slip injury claim for compensation may be made. If the hazard has been left on the floor and should have been noticed by staff, giving them time to clear it up before the accident happened, and there were no warning signs in place with the injury being sufficient, then a claim for slipping in Aldi may be made on a no win no fee basis.

Every year there are thousands of people who suffer a slip accident in a supermarket which results in, sometimes, a very serious injury which lasts many weeks, months or even occasionally, years. These severe injuries can have a major impact on peoples lives and not only the person who has been injured but often their families as well, as they need daily help.

Any accident in Aldi should be reported to staff and full details logged in the store accident book. If a claim for compensation is made, the solicitor can use the information from the book, therefore it is important that as many details as possible are entered.

There are strict timescales in which a claim against Aldi can be made, so don’t leave it too long before inquiring about claiming.

Whilst making an Aldi slip injury claim, the solicitor can also claim special damages, these can include loss of earnings, damage to clothing or equipment, medical and travel expenses in relation to the accident.

Some of the main reasons for people to make an Aldi slip injury claim are from staff leaving a wet floor after cleaning, leaking fridges, chillers and freezers as well as leaks coming through the ceiling.

For over a decade we have been helping injured people to claim compensation from supermarkets due to their negligence. Claims against Aldi are dealt with quickly and maximum compensation is fought for on winning. Regular updates are provided throughout the process.

If you would like information on claiming against Aldi for compensation, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Boiling Water Work Burn Claim

Unfortunately, every year there are thousands of burn accidents at work which could easily have been avoided with a little more care being taken by the employer. A claim for being burned at work by boiling water may be made on a no win no fee basis by any employee who suffers burns due to the negligence of the employer or another employee.

A boiling water work burn claim for compensation may be from a burst pipe which leaks steam or maybe a kettle or pot of water which falls onto an employee due to negligence of another employee, for example.

Any workplace accident from boiling water should be reported and recorded in the work accident book. As many details as possible should be included as the solicitor can use this information if a claim for burn injuries is made.

There are strict timescales on making a boiling water work burn claim. You can contact us for free advice on claiming compensation.

We have specialist work burn claim solicitors who will fight hard to win the claim and gain maximum compensation. In addition to claiming for burns, special damages which can include loss of wages, travel and medical expenses and any other costs which have been made as a result of the accident.

Having helped injured employees to claim for being burned at work, for over a decade, we would like to hear from you. We promise a fast, efficient service on all injury claims and regular updates will be provided throughout the process.

It is important to know that an employer cannot sack an employee for making a claim for being burned at work. Following a non-fault accident and one due to employer or another employees negligence, the law is on your side.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Burger King Injury Claim

When you visit Burger King, you rightly expect to get your food, enjoy it either sitting down in the restaurant or taking it away, but you should not be injured due to Burger King negligence.  A Burger King injury claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis by any customer or visitor who is involved in an accident due to the staff or restaurants owners negligence.

Every year there are thousands of injury claims made in restaurants in the UK which could easily be avoided if more care is taken by the restaurants staff. If you have an accident in Burger King, details should be recorded in the accident book and witness details should be included whenever possible. It is important that as many details are entered as possible, as these can be used by the solicitor should a Burger King injury claim for compensation be made.

Some of the main reasons for being injured in Burger King

  • A slip on a wet floor with no warning signs in place
  • A fall from a broken chair in Burger king
  • A slip on a greasy floor which was mopped by staff with a greasy mop
  • Injured by a Burger King sign falling down
  • Hit and injured by a ceiling collapsing in Burger King
  • Leaking toilets causing a slip accident and injury
  • Rain water being trodden into Burger King with no warning signs
  • A trip on boxes or stock left on the floor
  • Burned by Burger King staff
  • Packaging left on the floor by staff causing a trip accident

Any injury would need to be recorded on medical records if an injury claim is to be made, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is necessary.

Some common injuries suffered in an accident in Burger King are a soft tissue injury, pulled muscles, torn, stretched and damaged tendons and ligaments, sprained wrists and ankles as well as dislocations and broken bones.

Burger King injury claims and what to do next

For over a decade we have been helping customers and staff injured in Burger King to make accident compensation claims. All claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation as quickly as possible. Regular updates are provided throughout the process.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Faulty school chair injury claim

When you child is at school, the school has a duty of care over them. This includes making sure all school chairs are regularly checked to ensure they are safe for use. Therefore if your child does suffer an injury as a result of a faulty school chair, the Accident Advice Bureau can help in you pursuing a faulty school chair injury claim.

Whether the chair or seat is wooden, metal, plastic with or without screws if it is in any nursery, primary, secondary school, college or university it needs to be safe for purpose at all times.

You may have suffered an injury through the back of the chair coming loose, the seat section breaking or just the whole chair collapsing. Whatever happened to the seat you were sitting on resulting in you being injured, as long as it was not your own fault, a faulty school chair injury claim is likely to be possible.

Following your faulty school seat injury, make sure the seat is put out of use and the details of the accident are recording into the accident book and reported to a teacher.

Main injuries suffered from falling off a broken chair include:

Broken bones in the hand, wrist, fingers and arm, a soft tissue injury which may be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles and an injured back. Injuries must be recorded on medical records in order to claim compensation, therefore a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

We have been helping people to claim injury compensation for over a decade. All faulty school chair injury claims, here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win no fee basis, where on winning maximum injury compensation is fought for. Regular updates are always provided throughout the claim.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Torn tendons at work claim

All employers have a duty of care over their employees and have to follow very strict health and safety laws. Thousands of employees suffer damage to tendons at work due to an accident every year and often this is because of employer negligence. A claim for torn tendons at work from an accident, which was not your own fault, may be made made on a no win no fee basis resulting in compensation being paid if the right work injury claim solicitor is used to fight your corner.

Every year, there are thousands of workplace accident claims made which could have been avoided if the employer had taken more care to ensure the correct health and safety procedures are adhered to.

Any work accident should be reported and full details logged in the accident book. It is vitally important to ensure the details are correct and as full as possible, as the solicitor fighting the claim will use these details as the claim progresses. If there were any witnesses, their details should be added or details retained by the employee to help the claim.

torn tendons at work claim has to be made within three years of the accident happening, most people tend to claim sooner rather than later. This way it is often to recall the details and access the information required more easily. It is important to know that following a non-fault accident at work, that the law is on your side and the employer is not able to sack an employee for making an accident at work claim for compensation

Make a torn tendons at work claim today

If you would like to make a torn tendons at work claim using specialist no win no fee personal injury claim solicitors, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Bus Hit a Car Passenger Claim

When travelling on a bus, you rightly expect the driver to get you to your destination safely. If there is a collision involving a car, then a bus hit a car passenger claim may be possible if the injuries are sufficient to require to be seen and diagnosed by a doctor. Every year there are thousands of bus accidents which are caused by the negligence of the driver or that of another driver which result in successful bus passenger accident claims being made.

Many of the bus accidents are caused when a car pulls out in front of a bus or the bus driver loses concentration and hits a car in the rear or side.

Often when there is an accident on a bus which causes injuries, the driver will take details of passengers, if the details are not taken,then the accident should be reported to the bus company.

A bus hit car passenger claim are often made for the following injuries in an accident:

A soft tissue injury which could be whiplash to the neck and shoulders, pulled, torn or stretched muscles, tendons or ligaments, sprained wrists or ankles, dislocated or broken bones. All of these injuries may be claimed for if the injury is sufficient.

A claim for being injured on a bus as a passenger must be made within three years of the accident, most people who want to claim, will do so soon after being injured. this way the information is usually much easier to access and therefore easier to win the claim

If you would like to make a fast, no win no fee bus passenger injury claim using specialist bus accident claim solicitors who will fight hard for maximum compensation, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Trip on a cable at work claim

When you go to work, you do not expect to be injured due to employer negligence or that of another employee. Employers have to follow very strict health and safety laws to protect their employees and if they fail, then a workplace accident claim may be made. A trip on a cable at work claim for injury compensation may be made by any employee who has suffered an accident in the workplace, and was sufficiently injured, due to the negligence of the employer or that of another employee.

Every year there are many thousands of work accidents due to a slip, trip or fall accident. Many of these are unfortunate and nobody is at fault, but there are thousands which result in successful workplace injury claims being made on a no win no fee basis.

Cables being left lying around the workplace can be extremely dangerous and may result in broken bones, pulled, torn and stretched muscles, tendons and ligaments, sprained ankles and wrists, a whiplash injury and dislocations.

Any accident at work should be reported to the employer and full details logged in the accident book, this should include witness details where ever possible.

A claim for tripping on cables at work should be made within three years of the accident happening. The solicitor can not only claim for the injury but also special damages to include loss of earnings, damage to equipment or clothing, medical, travel expenses and for any damage to possessions.

Trip on a cable at work claim and what to do next

To claim for tripping on cables left lying around at work using a specialist work compensation claim solicitor, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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McDonald’s Injury Claim

When you go to eat in McDonalds, you rightly expect to be safe in their restaurant and in the grounds belonging to them. McDonalds have a duty of care over their customers and employees and if an accident happens due to their negligence, then a McDonalds injury claim for compensation may be made.

A McDonald’s injury claim for compensation may be made by a customer who is injured in any type of accident including a slip, trip or fall due to the negligence of the staff or the company. Every year there are thousands of restaurant accidents where no win no fee injury claims are successfully made.

McDonalds injury claims can be made for many reasons including:

  • A slip on a wet floor in McDonalds no warning signs
  • A slip on a greasy floor not cleaned properly by staff
  • A trip on stock left on the floor
  • A fall from a broken chair in McDonalds
  • Hit by a sign falling of the wall in McDonalds
  • Injured by the ceiling collapsing in McDonalds
  • Injured in the McDonalds toilets due to leaking pipes, faulty toilet seats or doors
  • Burned by staff in McDonalds
  • Employee McDonalds accident claims

Many accidents are caused by a wet floor which has not been highlighted with wet floor signs and faulty or damaged seats in the restaurant meaning unsuspecting customers fall from the seat.

Main injuries suffered resulting in a McDonald’s injury claim are:

A soft tissue injury which may be damage including torn, pulled and stretched ligaments, tendons and muscles also whiplash injuries, severe bruising and broken bones in the hand, wrist, leg ankle and foot. All of these injuries may be claimed for if the injury is sufficient.

Any accident in McDonald’s should be reported to staff and details logged in the accident book along with witness details when possible. It is important that the details of the accident and injury are as full as possible to assist the solicitor should a McDonalds Injury claim be made.

In order to claim for being injured in McDonald’s the injury must be registered on medical records, so a visit to the hospital or doctors is required.

The claim must be made within three years of the accident happening, we usually find they are made soon after the event.

To claim using specialist no win no fee personal injury claim solicitors who will fight for maximum compensation and provide regular updates throughout the claim, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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Rented Property Collapsed Ceiling Claim

Rented properties should be safe for tenants and their families to live in. On many occasions, the landlord is aware of defects and fails to fix them and this often involves wet, and damaged ceilings. A rented property collapsed ceiling claim for compensation may be made by any tenant who is injured due to the negligence of the landlord, as long as the injury suffered is sufficient. It is not uncommon for Housing Association, council or privately rented property ceilings to fall down after the defect has been reported to the landlord previously, often these dangerous ceilings are left in place until they collapse, only then is action taken to replace it.

We have successfully handled many claims for injured tenants where they have reported the ceiling as being dangerous from damp on the ceiling caused by leaks from the bathroom or the roof. Not all defects are seen, by the tenant, and reported beforehand but the landlord should ensure the property is safe for any tenant to live in.

Any injury caused by a ceiling falling in should be reported immediately and the injury should be recorded on medical records if sufficient, this is required if a claim for injury compensation is to be made. It is a good idea to also take photos of the damaged ceiling and the debris.

A claim must be made within three years of the accident, most tend to be made soon after the incident.

Rented property collapsed ceiling claim and what to do next

We have helped many injured tenants to claim for being injured by a ceiling falling down onto them. Claims are dealt with quickly with maximum compensation being fought for on winning and regular updates are provided throughout.

To claim using a specialist personal injury claim solicitor on a no win no fee basis, Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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Shell left in food restaurant injury claim

If you are injured in a restaurant from being served shellfish in food which contains pieces of shell, when it should not, then a claim for injury compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis.

Whenever a seafood dish is served, the restaurant chef or staff should ensure all pieces of shell are removed from the dish, before serving it to the customer. There have been many cases when unsuspecting customers suffer severe injuries to the mouth or throat due to shell being left in the food. There are also occasions when front or back teeth are broken from biting down on shells.

If you have been injured from shell being left in food, the injury should be reported to the restaurant staff and details logged in their accident book. In order to claim compensation, the injury must be sufficient to be seen by a doctor.

Most restaurant injury claims for compensation are made soon after the injury occurs, but must be made within three years of the accident happening.

We have helped many people who are injured on shell left in food served in a restaurant, which has caused broken teeth. Claims are handled quickly and maximum compensation is fought for on winning, with regular updates being provided throughout the claim process.

In addition to claiming for an injury from eating shell left in food by a restaurant, dental charges can also be claimed for.

You can claim using a specialist restaurant injury claim solicitors, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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Car hit a tree passenger claim

For passengers being involved in any type of traffic accident can be extremely stressful and injuries may last anything from days to weeks, months or even years in severe cases. We have successfully handled many car passenger claims when the injury has been caused by the driver losing control and hitting a tree causing the front or rear seat passenger to be thrown violently in their seat and suffer injuries.

As a passenger the car accident would not have been your fault, so making a claim for compensation is straight forward and can be handled very quickly. Any injury should be recorded on medical records in order to claim compensation, therefore a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

Claims for injured car passengers need to be made within three years of the accident happening, we usually find they are made soon after the event. This is when the details are more easily available and therefore speeds up the claim process.

The main injuries suffered by passengers when a car hits a tree are for soft tissue damage which can be torn, pulled and stretched ligaments, tendons and muscles, sprained ankles and wrists, whiplash to the neck and shoulders, a back injury, cuts and severe bruises, dislocations and broken bones.

Car hit a tree passenger claim and what to do next

Over the past decade, we have helped many people to make car passenger injury claims from when a car hit a tree. car passenger claims are often settled within a couple of months.

If you would like a specialist car passenger claim solicitor to handle your case and fight hard for maximum compensation and to be kept fully updated throughout, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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Injured slipping on wet floor in public toilet due to leaking pipes

When a public toilet is used, whether in a shop, supermarket, leisure centre, theme park or in fact anywhere, the facilities should be maintained, safe and fit for use. In many places there is a signature required by staff to check this has been carried out, but this is not always completed or available.

If you use a public toilet and slip on a wet floor which is caused by a leaking pipe, hole in the ceiling, water coming up from under the floor or leaking toilets and there are no warning signs in place, then a claim for injury compensation may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

Any accident in a public toilet should be reported to the authority responsible, this will enable them to make repairs required and the details logged in the accident book can then be used by the solicitor if a claim is made. The injury must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital would be required.

A claim for slipping in a public toilet has to be made within three years of the accident, it is usual for claims to be made soon after the event. This means the information is usually more easily available which speeds up the claims process.

Injured slipping on wet floor in public toilet due to leaking pipes and what to do next

We ensure all injury claims are handled quickly and regular updates are provided throughout the process. Maximum compensation is always fought for.

If you would like to make a claim on a no win no fee basis using specialist personal injury claim solicitors, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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Slip in Asda Aisle Claim

For a customer who has a slip in Asda on a wet floor due to a spillage left by staff, which results in an injury, it may possible to claim injury compensation from Asda on a no win no fee basis. Every year thousands of customers are injured in supermarkets slipping because the wet hazardous floor had not been highlighted by wet floor signs.

Some common areas, and reasons, for a slip in Asda include

  • Slip accident in the flower section where water has been dripping off the flowers or from the flower buckets
  • Split packages or cartons leaking water, oil or juice onto the floor
  • Spilt milk in the aisle causing a puddle on the floor
  • A slippery floor at the entrance/exit of Asda due to rain being trodden into the store, no warning signs
  • Spillage at the checkout in Asda causing a slip accident
  • A slip on a wet floor left behind the cleaning machine by staff
  • Yogurt on the floor slip accident
  • Staff dropped stock on the floor which caused a slip accident
  • A slip accident on Grapes, mushrooms, or other fruit or vegetables being dropped on the floor by staff

Whatever the cause of the accident and injury, it should be reported to staff and logged in the Asda accident book along with witness details where possible.

Some common injuries from a slip in Asda aisle claim include:

A soft tissue injury, this may be stretched and pulled, torn or stretched muscles, tendons and ligaments, whiplash, and severe bruising or sprained ankles and wrists. Broken bones and dislocations are also common following a slip accident in Asda. All of these injuries can easily last several weeks or months before a full recovery is made. In order to claim for being injured in Asda, the injury must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is necessary.

If you would like a specialist supermarket slip accident claim solicitor to handle your claim on a no win no fee basis and fight for maximum compensation, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

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Slip in Tesco on milk leaking from bottles

A slip in Tesco on milk leaking from bottles onto the floor causing large puddles, may cause serious injuries to customers who are going about their daily life and shopping. These types of slip accidents are common in all supermarkets, often causing injuries which last for weeks or even months.

When the milk bottles arrive in Tesco, they should be securely sealed and not split, this will prevent milk spilling on to the floor and causing a slip hazard. If there is split milk, it should be cleared up by staff and a wet floor warning sign put in place until the whole area is fully safe to walk on without risking customers having a slip accident.

Any accident in Tesco on a wet floor should be reported to staff and logged in their accident book. In order to claim, the injury must be sufficient to require to be seen by a doctor and recorded on your medical records. Claims must be made within three years of the accident.

Common injuries caused by a slip in Tesco on milk leaking from bottles include:

A soft tissue injury, which may be whiplash, torn, stretched or pulled muscles, ligaments and tendons and broken bones in the fingers, hand, wrist, foot,ankle and leg.

For over a decade we have been helping injured Tesco customers and employees to make accident compensation claims against Tesco. The claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation. Regular updates are always provided throughout the claim process.

To claim using a supermarket accident claim specialist solicitor on a no win no fee basis, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Falling Shelf Injury Claim

The last thing you expect when you go shopping is to be injured by a shelf falling down on to you. This can be incredibly dangerous and cause a lot of pain, suffering and even embarrassment. A falling shelf injury claim for compensation may be made by a person who is injured in a shop, supermarket, DIY store or in fact any place in which negligence of the owner or staff has been negligent by not fixing the shelf securely or by overloading the shelf with too much stock, causing it to fall on to them.

Every year there are thousands of people injured by faulty shelving which falls off the brackets onto unsuspecting customers or employees, most of these injuries could easily have been avoided if more care was taken by the owner or staff.

In order to claim for being injured by a falling shelf in a supermarket or shop, the injury must be reported to staff, the details also entered into the accident book if one is available, this should include witness details if possible. The injury must also be sufficient to require it to be seen by a doctor.

Main injuries suffered resulting in a falling shelf injury claim include:

A soft tissue injury which may be pulled, stretched or torn muscles, a whiplash injury in the neck and shoulders, damaged tendons and ligaments as well as sprained ankles and wrists, dislocations and broken bones may all be claimed for if the injury is sufficient

Claims for being injured by a collapsing shelf in a shop or supermarket are handled by specialist personal injury claim solicitors on a no win no fee basis. The solicitor who accepts the case will work quickly and efficiently, keeping you up to date throughout the claim.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Holiday Park Injury Claim

Holiday parks are incredibly popular and attract millions of people each year and many are located in the UK. We all look forward to our holidays, we hope and expect the parks will be clean, well organised and safe, allowing us to make the most of our valuable time off. There are times though when Holiday Park accidents happen, resulting in injuries to adults or children, due to negligence staff or company negligence. This is when a Holiday Park injury claim may be made.

It is important that any injury is reported to the park so that the details can be logged in the accident book. This not only means that they can fix the problem but also makes written details available should a Holiday Park injury claim be made.

There are many reasons why a Holiday Park injury claim may be made, this can include:

  • Tripping on a pothole defect in a holiday park pavement or road
  • Slip accident on a wet floor in the club house or reception, no warning signs in place
  • Falling from a height due to defects
  • Slip on a broken step leading to a caravan
  • Injured in a campsite accident
  • A trip on broken paving slabs leading to caravans
  • Being injured whilst doing organised activities due to defects of equipment
  • Being injured on a telegraph pole wire not highlighted as a trip hazard
  • Falling off a broken chair in a holiday park
  • Injured in a holiday park swimming pool or changing room due to defects
  • Injured in the games room due to defects
  • A slip in the bar area due to staff spilling drinks
  • Injured by a table collapsing in the clubhouse

Whatever the cause for being injured in a holiday park, regardless of the size of the company, whether it be a Haven Holiday Park, Hoseasons, Park Resorts, Centre Parcs or Hoburne for example, if you were not at fault, then a claim for injury compensation may be possible.

We have solicitors who specialise in Holiday Park injury claims and they can handle them on a no win no fee basis fighting hard to win the claim and then to achieve maximum compensation whilst supplying regular updates.

Some of the main injuries suffered in a holiday park which we have handled claims for include a soft tissue injury, pulled, stretched and torn muscles, ligaments and tendons, whiplash injuries, sprained ankles and wrists as well as broken bones in the arm and leg.

Please call free to make a Holiday Park injury claim on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Injured in Tesco Car Park Claim

When walking through a Tesco car park, you should be able to do so safely and without causing an injury. If there is a defect in the area, which may be a pothole or a broken drain cover or a hole where a bollard used to be situated, and it causes a slip or trip accident resulting in an injury, then a claim for compensation may be possible on a no win no fee basis.

Any accident and injury caused in a Tesco car park should be reported to the store staff and logged in the accident book. The defect can then be made safe by staff or highlighted with warning signs.

In order to claim for an injury caused in a car park belonging to Tesco, the injuries suffered must be diagnosed by a doctor. The claim must be made within three years of the accident date, in most cases, the claim is made soon after the accident takes place.

Common injuries suffered in a slip, trip or fall accident include a soft tissue injury which may be whiplash, pulled, stretched or torn muscles, tendons or ligaments, sprained wrists and ankles broken bones in the arm and leg as well as severe bruising.

Injured in Tesco Car Park Claims and what to do next

We have been handling claims against Tesco for car park accidents for over a decade. All claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation whilst supplying regular updates throughout the claim.

In addition to claiming for an injury caused in a Tesco car park, special damages which include loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses as well as damage to possessions can be claimed for.

If you would like to claim for an accident in Tesco car park using a specialist supermarket claim solicitor, please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Persimmon construction worker injury claim

Working as a construction worker, for Persimmon, on a building site can be a dangerous job, therefore all safety procedures should be followed at all times. If you do suffer an injury due to your employers negligence and are left injured as a result a Persimmon construction worker injury claim, may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

There are numerous ways you can be injured as a contraction worker these include:

  • Persimmon worker injured as a result of dangerous or incorrectly fitted scaffolding
  • Falling from a height Persimmon worker accident claim
  • Faulty lifts or hoists construction injury claim
  • Injured using dangerous/faulty machinery Persimmon injury claim
  • Injured due to too much site traffic
  • Injured do to Persimmon failing to carry out risk assessment
  • Injured due to safe working methods and processes not been communicated
  • Incorrect tool/s being provided by Persimmon for job in hand, resulting in injury
  • Not provided correct safety equipment/clothes resulting in an injury

Following and type of non-fault Persimmon building worker accident, make sure it has been reported to the site manager, recorded into the accident book, you take any witness details to the accident and cause and that you seek medical attention for your injuries.

All accepted Persimmon contraction worker injury claims here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win fee, where on winning maximum compensation is awarded.

However you may have suffered a construction worker injury, on a contraction site or building site, contact us today for friendly no win no fee advice.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Garden Centre Injury Claim

Every year, millions of people visit garden centres throughout the country and in the vast majority of times it is a pleasurable time. Garden centres have a duty of care over their customers and employees to ensure their safety. If however, you have been unfortunate to suffer a slip, trip or fall in a garden centre and have been injured sufficiently for it to be diagnosed by a doctor, then a garden centre injury claim for compensation may be possible.

A no win no fee garden centre injury claim for compensation may be made using specialist accident compensation claim solicitors, if the negligence of staff caused an accident and injury.

Any garden centre accident should be reported to staff and logged in the accident book. If there are any witnesses, their details should also be included whenever possible.

Some reasons a garden centre injury claim for compensation may be made include:

  • A trip on stock left on the floor in an aisle by staff of the garden centre
  • A ceiling collapsed injuring customers
  • A wheelbarrow was left in a dangerous place causing a trip accident
  • A hosepipe left lying around causing a trip accident
  • Leaking pipes causing water on the floor in toilets with no signs in place
  • An open day with bouncy castles and activities for children which was not supervised
  • Being burned, scolded or suffer other injuries in the garden centre coffee shop or cafe
  • Garden stock collapsing causing injuries

Some common injuries suffered in a slip, trip or fall in a garden centre include a soft tissue injury, whiplash, pulled, torn and stretched muscles tendons and ligaments, sprained wrists and ankles and broken bones. In order to claim, the injuries must be diagnosed and recorded on your medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

A claim for being injured in a garden centre of garden nursery would need to be claimed within three years of the accident happening.

For over a decade we have been helping employees and customers to claim against a garden centre for an accident. Claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Injured in a garden centre

Injured by cupboard falling off the wall in rented property

If as a tenant you are injured by cupboard falling off the wall in rented property, whether its through the council, housing association or a private landlord, you may be able to claim injury compensation if the injury suffered is sufficient to be seen by a doctor or nurse.

Every year there are thousands of accidents in rented properties due to landlord negligence, and the vast majority can be avoided if the correct maintenance is carried out.

Many of the accidents are because a cupboard fell off the kitchen wall onto an adult or child. When these cupboards are checked, it is often the case that the screws used to fit it to the wall were insufficient and too short.

Any accident in a rented property due to a cupboard falling off the wall should be reported to the landlord or authority as soon as possible.

Injured by cupboard falling off the wall in rented property

A soft tissue injury, which may be pulled muscles, damaged or torn tendons or ligaments, whiplash, a dislocated shoulder and cuts to the face or arm.

In order to claim for such an accident, the claim must be made within three year. We have found that most people tend to claim soon after the event.

For over a decade we have been successfully helping tenants to claim for being injured by a cupboard falling off a wall in a rented property. Claims are handled on a no win no fee basis, so there is no risk. Maximum injury compensation is fought for and regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

In addition to claiming for injuries caused by landlord negligence, special damages can also be claimed for which include loss of earnings, travel and medical bills, damage to possessions and clothing.

Please call free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from mobiles, request a call or click claim online below.

Poundworld Injury Claim

Poundworld has a duty of care over you whilst you are shopping in their stores, therefore if whilst shopping there you suffer an accident and are left injured through no fault of your own, it may be possible to pursue a Poundworld injury claim with the expert help of the Accident Advice bureau.

Possible accidents resulting in a Poundworld injury claim are:

  • Stock left dangerously on the shop floor in the aisle, resulting in a trip in Poundworld injury claim being made
  • Slips on a wet or greasy floor with no warning signs in place injury claims
  • Stock falling from an incorrectly stacked shelf causing an accident and Poundworld accident claim
  • Poundworld employee warehouse injury claim
  • Hit by a stock cage or trolley injury claim
  • Faulty basket or trolley Poundworld compensation claim
  • Injured tripping on damaged flooring
  • Slip in Poundworld entrance due to rain water on the floor no warning signs in place
  • A shelf collapsed in Poundworld store

Following an non fault Poundworld accident, make sure it is reported to a manger, recorded into the accident book, witness details are taken of the accident and cause and make sure your injuries are treated and diagnosed by a doctor.

Main injuries suffered in a slip, trip or fall accident in a shop include a soft tissue injury which may be torn, stretched or pulled muscles, ligaments and tendons, sprained ankles and wrists, whiplash and broken bones.

However you may have been injured give us a call to see if we can help. All accepted claims are worked on a no win no fee basis, where on winning maximum Poundworld injury compensation is awarded. Other expenses can also be claimed for, these can include medical bills, travel expenses and loss of wages.

Contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Work hot water burn claim

A work hot water burn claim for injury compensation may be made by any employee who has suffered burns in the workplace due to the negligence of the employer or of another employee, providing the burns are sufficient to require medical attention form a doctor or nurse.

Unfortunately, every year, thousands of people are burnt by hot water at work, resulting in severe injuries and scars which could so easily have been avoided.

All employers have a duty of care over their employees to ensure the workplace is safe. Regular maintenance and checks should be carried out to ensure all equipment used is in a safe condition.

Any burn injury at work should be logged into the work accident book and witness details supplied whenever possible.

Claims are handled by specialist no win no fee burn claim solicitors who will work hard to win the claim and achieve maximum compensation. In addition to the claim for burn injuries, they can also claim special damages which can include loss of earnings, medical and travel expenses and for any damage to clothing due to the accident.

If you have suffered a burn at work due to very hot or boiling water, or from hot pipes which have not been covered properly, contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Injured Bus Passenger Claim

Millions of people travel on buses everyday and would struggle to get from A to B without this service. When passengers get on a bus, they expect to arrive safely at their destination and this usually happens. However, if bus is involved in an accident which results in injuries, then an injured bus passenger claim may be made.

An injured bus passenger claim for compensation using a specialist no win no fee solicitor are often made due to bus driver negligence, where dangerous driving has caused an accident. In addition, the bus accident may have been caused by a third party driver, it wouldn’t matter because as a bus passenger who has been injured, you would not be responsible for the accident and therefore a claim for compensation may still be made as long as the injury is sufficient.

There are many reasons why an injured bus passenger claim may be made, these are a few examples:

  • Heavy braking due to the bus driving too close to a vehicle in front caused injuries to passengers
  • The bus driver hit a kerb causing passengers to be thrown in or off their seats
  • Bus passenger injury caused by a bus hitting a car, bus, coach, van, lorry, cyclist or motorcyclist
  • A bus was hit by a car or other vehicle whilst stationary at traffic lights, in stopped traffic or at a roundabout
  • Faulty or broken seats on the bus which come loose causing a passenger to come out of the seat
  • Faulty or broken stairs on the bus causing a passenger injury

Any bus accident should be reported to the bus company and in many cases, the bus driver will take details from the injured passenger.

In order to claim bus passenger injury compensation, the injury must be logged on medical records which means a trip to the hospital or doctors is required.

The main injuries suffered by bus passengers are a soft tissue injury, which may be whiplash, torn or damaged tendons and ligaments, severe bruising and puled muscles. Other injuries include a dislocated shoulder and broken bones in the hand, arm, leg, ankle and foot.

Contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Tripped on a pothole in garage forecourt injury claim

When you visit any petrol station in the UK you should be able to do so knowing that the forecourt is safe and free of potholes. If you do trip on a pothole in a garage forecourt and are injured as a result, a tripped on a pothole in garage forecourt injury claim, may be possible with the expert help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

Garage forecourts are very busy areas and should be checked regularly to make sure they are safe. There are lots of the ways in which people are injured in a garage forecourt due to the owner’s negligence, the most common of which is due to potholes and grease or petrol left dangerously on the forecourt grounds.

The most frequently used petrol stations used in UK are BP, Shell, Tesco, Murco, Texaco, Asda, Jet and Morrisons. If you suffer a trip accident in any of these petrol station on a pothole, through no fault of your own, you should report it to a manager, make sure it is recorded into the petrol stations accident book, take any witness details to the accident and cause and have any injuries treated and diagnosed by a doctor.

Main injuries suffered in an accident on a garage forecourt are a soft tissue injury, which may be pulled muscles, torn or damaged tendons or ligaments, whiplash and severe bruising. Other injuries are broken bones in the fingers, hand, wrist leg, ankle and shoulder.

All claims for tripping on a pothole in garage forecourt here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win no fee basis where on winning maximum petrol station injury compensation is awarded. All other expenses incurred as a result of your accident such as medical expenses, will also be claim for.

Contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Injured by Staff in Tesco Claim

Any customer who is injured by staff in Tesco, if the injury is sufficient, may be able to make a no win no fee claim for compensation using a specialist supermarket accident claim solicitor.

Every year there are thousands of accidents in supermarkets, which can easily be avoided if the staff are more careful when working. Any accident in Tesco to a customer should be entered into the store accident book, with as many details as possible and to include witness details when ever appropriate.

Injured by staff in Tesco claims may include:

Being hit by a cage being pushed by Tesco staff in the aisle
Tesco staff left a bread basket on the floor in a dangerous place
Tesco staff dropping stock on the floor which was tripped over
Being injured by trolleys being pushed by Tesco employee
A trip on cardboard box and packaging in the aisle by staff
The cleaning machine left water on the floor behind it in Tesco causing a slip accident in the aisle
A leaking freezer, fridge or chiller cabinet not being cleaned up by staff
Leaking pipes in the Tesco toilets not cleared up by cleaning staff caused a slip accident and injury

Whatever the reason for being injured in Tesco by staff negligence, you may be able to make a claim for injury compensation if you have been to the doctors or hospital and have been diagnosed with an injury. Some common injuries include a soft tissue injury, pulled muscles, damaged or torn tendons and ligaments, whiplash, severe bruising and broken bones.

We have been helping people to claim against Tesco for over a decade. Your claim will be fought hard in order to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while keeping you fully updated throughout the claim process.

Contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Primark Injury Claim

Primark stores attract millions of customers with their very popular fashions and prices. Primark have a duty of care over their customers and employees and if they fail to follow strict health and safety laws and there is an accident in a Primark store, which causes injuries, then a Primark injury claim may be made.

Some reasons why an accident in Primark injury claim for compensation may be made include:

  • Stock left lying on the floor in Primark including shoes, clothes, coat hangers and boxes or packaging
  • A wet floor which is known to be there by staff but who have failed to clear it up and left it with no warning signs in place
  • Falling items from walls or the ceiling in the store
  • Being injured in a faulty lift or escalator in the store
  • A slip on stairs due to spillages or cleaning not being carried out correctly

No win no fee Primark accident compensation claims can be made for various injuries which include soft tissue damage which may be, tendon, ligament and whiplash injuries as well as broken bones.

Whatever the reason for a customer being injured in Primark due to store negligence, if the injury is sufficient to require medical attention from a doctor, then the law may be on your side when it comes to claiming compensation as all shops have a duty of care over customers on their premises.

Any injury suffered in Primark should be reported to staff and full details logged into the accident book. If there were any witnesses to the accident, their details should also be taken. The entry in the book can then be used by the solicitor should an accident claim be made.

A Primark injury claim must be made within a three year period. Most injured customers tend to claim sooner rather than later following the incident.

For over a decade we have been helping injured people to claim compensation. All accident claims against Primark are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum injury compensation while supplying regular updates throughout the claim.

Contact us today free to make a Primark injury claim on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

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Injured Taxi Passenger Claim

Millions of people use taxis every day, and in the main they get their passengers to their destination safely. There are times however when an accident in a taxi happens which can be very stressful for injured passengers. An injured taxi passenger claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis by anyone who is sufficiently hurt in a taxi accident due to negligence of the driver or that of a third party driver.

As a taxi passenger, you would not be at fault for an accident and if the injury is sufficient that medical attention is required, then a claim for compensation may be possible. This means that a visit to the doctors or hospital is necessary to ensure the injury is logged on your medical records.

When claiming compensation for a taxi accident, as many details as possible are needed to progress the claim, these will include the taxi company, date, time, location and if possible the registration number.

Some of the main injuries suffered in a taxi accident involving passengers which the Accident Advice Bureau have handled include whiplash, and other soft tissue injuries including pulled muscles, tendon and ligament injuries, severe bruising and broken bones.

There is a three year time limit in which you may claim for being injured in a taxi, most people tend to claim sooner rather than later.

Injured taxi passenger claims and what to do next

We have been helping people to make injured taxi passenger claims for over a decade. Our solicitors fight hard to gain maximum compensation for taxi passengers as quickly as possible while supplying regular updates throughout the claim process.

If you would like to claim taxi passenger compensation please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Spillage on Floor in Asda slip Injury Claim

A spillage on the floor in Asda slip injury claim may be made by any customer who suffers an accident in the supermarket due to the negligence of the store staff. These types of injury compensation claims can be handled on a no win no fee basis by specialist supermarket accident claim solicitors.

Every year thousands of customers suffer accidents in supermarkets from slipping on a wet floor which has been left by staff and no warning signs have been put in place warning customers of the slip danger hazard.

The wet floor claim in Asda may be due to a fridge or freezer leaking, a leak coming from the ceiling, store cleaner negligence, or from a product which has split and been left to spill its contents onto the floor.

Any slip accident in Asda should be reported at the time to staff and if there is an injury, then it should be logged into the Asda accident book.

In order to make a spillage on the floor in Asda slip injury claim for compensation, the injuries suffered must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the hospital or doctors is required.

Spillage on floor in Asda slip injury claim

Some common injuries suffered in this type of accident are a soft tissue injury, which may be pulled muscles, tendons or ligaments and whiplash. Others are broken bones in the arm, wrist and hand, leg ankle and foot.

For over a decade we have been helping people who have been injured slipping in Asda to claim compensation. The claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation as quickly as possible. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

In addition to claiming for injuries, special damages to include loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses and damage to possessions can be claimed for.

Contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Large pothole trip injury claim

A large pothole trip injury claim for compensation may be made by anyone who is sufficiently injured due to the negligence of a third party, which may be the council or another authority. All claims for an accident tripping on a pothole are handled on a no win no fee basis, this gives you peace of mind that in the event the claim is lost, there are no fees to pay.

Every year thousands of people are injured tripping on a large pothole which may be in the pavement, road, car park or even in a supermarket car park or other grounds which should be kept up together and safe for the public to walk.

If you have been unfortunate enough to have an accident on a large pothole, the accident location should be photographed where possible using a ruler to show the exact size and depth. Witnesses to the accident may be willing to provide their contact details which would help should a claim for compensation be made.

In order to make a large pothole trip injury claim, all injuries must be logged on medical records, therefore a visit to the doctors or hospital would be required.

Many injuries suffered in a trip accident on a pothole include a soft tissue injury which may be torn, pulled and stretched tendons, ligaments or muscles whiplash injuries, sprains to ankles and wrists, dislocations and broken bones. All of these injuries may be claimed for.

For over a decade we have been helping people who have an accident tripping on a pothole to claim injury compensation. All claims are fought very hard to win and then for maximum injury compensation to be awarded. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Bus driver sudden hard braking injury claim

A bus driver sudden hard braking injury claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis, using specialist personal injury compensation claims solicitors by an injured passenger if bus driver negligence was to blame for the accident.

Sometimes a bus driver heavy braking will be to avoid an accident from happening and the driver could be correct for doing this. This may involve a pedestrian stepping out in front of the bus, a car pulling out or other such circumstances.

A bus driver could be at fault for slamming on brakes if they over shot the bus stop and then realized, if the bus was driving dangerously or too close to a car or other vehicle in front, these are cases when a bus passenger injury claim may be made if the injury is sufficient.

Any injured bus passenger should report the accident to the bus company and take witness details where possible.

Bus driver sudden hard braking injury claim for various symptoms

A soft tissue injury including pulled and stretched muscles often called a whiplash injury, tendon and ligament damage and broken bones are all common for passengers to suffer in a bus accident, many result in successful compensation claims being made.

All injuries must be recorded on medical records for a passenger compensation claim to be made, therefore a visit to the hospital or doctors would be required.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Tesco checkout wet floor claim

Tesco supermarkets should be a safe place to shop, and generally are. Tesco have very strict health and safety laws to follow and have a duty of care over customers in their stores. This means ensuring the floor is not wet, which cause a slip hazard. If you have been injured in Tesco at the checkout in a slip accident then a Tesco checkout wet floor claim for compensation may be made using supermarket accident claim solicitors on a no win no fee basis, if the accident and injury was due to the negligence of Tesco employees.

Every year thousands of people are injured in a supermarket when they have slipped on a wet floor which has not been cleared up by staff or highlighted with wet floor signs.

Main injuries suffered involving a Tesco checkout wet floor claim are:

A soft tissue injury, muscle damage, a stretched or torn tendon or ligament injury and broken bones. All of these injuries can be extremely painful and may last many months to full recovery.

Any accident in Tesco in the checkout area or in an aisle, which results in an injury, should be reported to staff and details logged in the Tesco accident book.

In order to claim for a Tesco accident and injury, the injuries suffered need to be logged on your medical records, therefore a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

There is a three year time limit in which a claim for being injured at a Tesco checkout can be made, most tend to be made shortly after the incident.

For over a decade we have been helping people that have had an accident in Tesco to claim compensation for slips, trips and falls. All claims are fought vigorously and maximum compensation awarded on winning. Regular updates are always provided throughout the claim process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Hit in back of a taxi suffering whiplash injury claim

When we use a taxi to reach a destination, the taxi driver has a duty of care over us. If you therefore suffer an taxi accident as a result of the taxi driver’s negligence and are injured as a result, you should be able to claim compensation for your suffering. You can be injured in a taxi through no fault of your taxi driver, whereby a third party (other vehicle is responsible for the accident). This could involve a bus, coach, car, van, lorry or any other type of vehicle.

A claim for being hit in the back of taxi can be made in any circumstances if you were hit whilst at a junction, roundabout, traffic lights, in a queue or anywhere else. All accepted hit in back of a taxi suffering whiplash injury claims are worked on a no win no fee basis, where on winning maximum injury compensation is awarded.

Following any taxi accident, if you are injured immediately, you should make sure the police are called. Take details of the taxi and other vehicle involved, this should include both vehicles make and colour, registration, insurance details of both vehicles and name and address of both drivers.

Seek medical attention for your injuries, claim for being hit in the back of a taxi, cannot be pursued without your injuries being diagnosed and on medical records.

Hit in back of a taxi suffering whiplash injury claims and what to do next

For over a decade we have been helping people who have been injured in a taxi accident to claim compensation. The claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation as quickly as possible. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

In addition to claiming for injuries from a taxi accident, special damages to include loss of earnings, travel and medical expenses and damage to possessions can be claimed for.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Car hit a bus passenger claim

With millions of vehicles on our roads, there are bound to be accidents as drivers lose concentration or just drive negligently. As a passenger travelling in a bus or car, you would not have been at fault and therefore a no win no fee injury compensation claim is almost certainly going to be a success if you were injured in an accident.

Often when there is a bus accident, the driver will take details of injured passengers. If this has not been done, then the bus company should be informed of the accident and any injuries suffered as soon as possible.

There are many occasions a car hits a bus on the side or rear as the bus pulls out of a bus stop or is stationary in traffic or going round a roundabout causing injuries to passengers.

A car hit a bus passenger claim for injury compensation

This can cause passengers to be thrown in their seat, often resulting in a soft tissue injury which may be whiplash, torn, stretched or pulled muscles, tendons or ligaments or even broken bones in severe cases.

In order to claim bus passenger injury compensation, the injuries must be diagnosed and therefore a visit to the hospital or doctors is required.

There are very strict timescales in which to claim car or bus passenger injury compensation, so please don’t delay too long. We usually find claims are made soon after the accident, making it easier to obtain relevant details.

For over a decade we have been helping injured passengers to claim compensation. We have specialist road traffic accident claim solicitors who will fight hard to win the case and achieve maximum car or bus passenger compensation while providing regular updates throughout the process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Aldi Accident Claim

Any customer who is injured in Aldi due to the negligence of the staff may make an Aldi accident claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis using specialist supermarket accident personal injury claim solicitors.

There are many reasons why customers may be involved in an accident in a shop, whether it is a slip, trip or fall or through being hurt due to a product fault.

Aldi accident claims may be made due to:

  • A slip on a wet floor with no warning signs in place
  • An accident tripping on cardboard boxes in the Aldi aisle
  • A trip accident on plastic packaging left on the floor
  • A slip on a wet floor next to a leaking freezer or chiller
  • An accident on a bread basket left on the floor by staff in Aldi
  • An accident slipping at the entrance of Aldi on rain water trodden into the store
  • Being injured by falling signs
  • Hit by a piece of ceiling falling down

All stores have a duty of care over their customers who are on their premises, this includes the car park or in the garage forecourt or shop if they have one.

Any Aldi accident should be reported to staff and logged in their accident book. Any witness details should also be included whenever possible.

In order to claim for an accident in Aldi, the injury must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.

An Aldi accident claim for compensation may arise from many injuries, these can include:

Pulled muscles, including a whiplash injury from a slip, trip or fall, tendon and ligament damage, a soft tissue injury, a dislocated shoulder or knee and broken bones in the hand, arm, leg ankle and foot. All of these injuries may be claimed for.

For over a decade we have been helping people claim injury compensation for being injured in a supermarket. Aldi accident claims are fought hard to win and then to achieve maximum compensation while providing regular updates throughout the process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below. 

Child Playground Injury Claims

Child playground injury claims may be made for a number of reasons providing the accident was caused by a defect or negligence of the playground owner or local authority.

Every year thousands of children are injured in a playground accident, many of these are of course just due to playing and cannot be claimed for, but if you feel the accident and injury could have been avoided if the area had been properly maintained, then a no win no fee child injury claim may be possible.

Child playground injury claims may be made due to the following:

  • Broken swings causing a child to fall off the seat
  • Faulty slide steps causing a child to slip and fall
  • Broken matting in the park causing a child to trip
  • Child injured on a faulty park gate slamming onto their hand and fingers
  • Faulty sandpit in the park causing child injuries
  • A broken climbing frame causing a child to fall off
  • Non safety floor in a park causing child to be injured
  • Fault roundabout in the park caused a child to be injured

Child playground injury claims for various injuries

Many of the injuries suffered by children in a playground accident include, a soft tissue injury, pulled muscles, a dislocated shoulder or knee and broken bones in the arm, wrist leg and ankle and foot.

Any accident should be reported to the authority who own the play park and photos of the defect should be taken whenever possible along with witness details.

We’ve been helping people claim for children’s accidents for over a decade and would like to help you. All child playground injury claims are fought hard to win and then to secure maximum compensation. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Fish and chip shop injury claim

When visiting a fish and chip shop the owners have a duty of care over you and should make the shop is safe at call times. If you do, therefore, suffer an injury in a shop through no fault of your own, a fish and chip shop injury claim, may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

The most common ways in which people suffer a non fault injury in a fish and chip shop are due to:

  • Slipping or tripping on a wet or greasy floor with no warning signs in place
  • A broken or faulty chair resulting in a fall
  • Suffering a burn in the chip ship
  • Faulty entrance/exit door

Many injuries suffered in an accident include:

Broken bones in the fingers, hand arm leg, ankle and foot, soft tissue injuries, sprains, pulled muscles including a whiplash injury, torn and damaged ligaments and tendons.

However you suffer an accident in a fish and chip shop, you should make sure the accident is reported to the manager or owner, recorded into the accident book, that witness details have been taken and that you seek medical help for your injuries.

All fish and chip shop injury claims here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win no fee basis, where on winning maximum injury compensation is awarded.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Injured in Morrisons claim injury compensation

Morrisons supermarket attract millions of customers each week and the vast majority will shop and leave the store, garage forecourt, age shop without suffering an injury. Morrisons have a duty of care over customers and staff to ensure their safety while on their premises and need to follow strict health and safety laws to ensure this.  If however, you are injured in Morrisons, claim injury compensation on a no win no fee basis using specialist personal injury claim solicitors who will fight hard to win the claim and then to gain maximum compensation for the injuries suffered.

To make a claim against Morrisons for an accident, please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Injured in Morrisons claim injury compensation for the following:

  • Slipping on a wet floor where the water or slippery substance has not been cleared up or highlighted with warning signs
  • Tripping on cardboard boxes or stock left in the aisle of Morrisons by staff
  • Being injured by a faulty shopping trolley in Morrisons
  • Items falling from a height causing injuries  customers
  • Leaking pipes in the toilet causing puddles on the floor in Morrisons
  • Being injured in the Morrisons car park tripping on a pothole or broken drain cover
  • Injured in Morrisons garage forecourt slipping on a spillage
  • Leaking freezer in Morrisons slip injury claims
  • Leaking chillers in Morrisons causing a slip accident on a wet floor and no warning signs
  • Customer injured by staff pushing a cage of stock in Morrisons
  • A trip accident on bread baskets left on the floor by staff in Morrisons
  • A slip accident at the checkout in Morrisons
  • A slip in the flower section in Morrisons due to water dripping on the floor
  • A trip on a crate left on the floor in Morrisons by staff

Injured in Morrisons claim injury compensation:

A soft tissue injury, whiplash, pulled muscles and tendon or ligament damage as well as broken bones in the fingers, hand, wrist arm, leg ankle and foot. It is possible to clam for being injured in Morrisons for all of these injuries.

In addition to claiming for being injured in Morrisons, special damages to include loss of earnings, travel, medical expenses and damage to possessions can also be claimed for.

For over a decade we have been helping customers to make claims for being injured in Morrisons supermarket. All claims are fought hard to win and then to secure maximum compensation while providing regular updates throughout.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Accident in a bed and breakfast injury claim

When you stay in a bed and breakfast, the owners have duty of care over you and should therefore ensure that all aspects of the bed and breakfast are safe at all times. If you do suffer a non-fault accident due to the negligence of the property owner, then you may be entitled to pursue an accident in a bed and breakfast injury claim with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.

Following any accident in a bed and breakfast you should take photos of any defect that caused the accident, report it to the owner or manager, record it in the accident book, take any witness details and seek medical attention for your injuries.

Accident in a bed and breakfast injury claims may be made for:

  • Tripping on a pothole in the bed and breakfast car park or grounds
  • Slipping on a wet or greasy floor within the bed and breakfast
  • Tripping on items left dangerous on the floor causing a hazard within the bed and breakfast
  • Suffering an injury using any item including electrical, that is supplied by the bed and breakfast
  • Being injured as a result of a faulty chair, bed or any other item of furniture

Some of the main injuries suffered in an accident in a B&B include:

A soft tissue injury which can include pulled or torn muscles, tendons or ligaments, whiplash and broken bones in the hand, arm leg and foot.

However you have been injured, as long as the injury was not your own fault a claim might be possible. Contact us, tell us what happened and we can advise you. All accepted injury claims are worked on a no win no fee basis, where on winning maximum injury compensation is awarded. Regular updates are provided throughout the process.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Injured in a shop when Christmas shopping

This time of year is incredibly busy for most people and the shops and supermarkets are bustling. The vast majority of people will do their Christmas shopping and return home safely. If however, you are injured in a shop when Christmas shopping and it is due to the negligence of the shop or supermarket staff, then a claim for injury compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis.

All shops and supermarkets have a duty of care over their shoppers and although stores such as Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys and Morrisons, to name a few having their busiest time of the year, safety of customers is still paramount.

Main injuries suffered in a shop when Christmas shopping include:

A soft tissue injury, which may be muscle damage, tendon or ligament injuries and pulled muscles, including whiplash, broken bones in the arm, wrist foot and ankle are among the most common suffered in a slip, trip or fall accident in a shop.

Any injury must be reported to shop staff and logged in the accident book, then if the injury is sufficient, it must be diagnosed by a doctor in order to claim compensation for an accident.

Any shop injury claim needs to be made within three years of the accident happening.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Employee Burn at Work Claim

Every year thousands of employees are burned at work in a non fault accident. This may be due to employer negligence or that of another employee. An employee burn at work claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis by any worker who suffers burns due to the negligence of another worker or that of the employer.

Every year thousands of employees burned at work can claim for injuries. Any burn must be recorded at work in the accident book and the injury seen and diagnosed by a doctor.

Some reasons when an employee burn at work claim may be made include:

  • Claim for burns in the work kitchen on hot surfaces
  • Insufficient safety equipment supplied by employer burn injury claim
  • Chemical burns at work claims
  • Thermal work burn claims for compensation
  • Burned by electricity compensation claims
  • Burns from a hot unlagged pipe at work

Whatever the cause of the burn, you can contact us for free claims advice from a specialist personal injury claim solicitor. If it is felt that the claim would be won, it will be accepted on a no win no fee basis, this means you are at no financial risk when claiming for burns at work.

Any claim for being burnt at work must be made within three years of the accident. We have found over the years that most people  who make an employee burn at work claim, do so very soon after the accident.

In addition to claiming for burns at work, the solicitor can also claim for loss of earnings, medical and travel expenses in connection with the accident as well as travel expenses and damage to clothing.

Employers are not legally allowed to sack an employee who makes an employee burn at work claim which has arisen due to negligence of the employer or that of another employee.

For over a decade we have been helping employees to claim for being burned at work due to employer negligence. All claims are fought hard to win and then to secure maximum compensation while providing regular updates throughout.

Please contact us today free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call or claim online below.

Falling Ceiling Injury Claim Rented Property

Landlord negligence is often to blame for tenants being injured by a ceiling falling down onto them. All private landlords, housing associations and councils have a duty of care over their tenants and must ensure ceilings are not in danger of collapsing and causing tenant injuries. A falling ceiling in a rented property can cause serious injuries to tenants, and has done on many occasions.

A leaking roof or water tank in the loft which leaks can be the cause for the ceiling to get damp, rot and collapse unexpectedly. There have been many occasions when a small section has fallen but in some rented properties, the entire ceiling has fallen causing severe injuries to adults and children.

If, as a tenant, you are injured by a falling ceiling, you could make a claim for injury compensation on a 100% no win no fee basis using our specialist personal injury claim solicitors.

The damaged ceiling should be reported to the landlord as soon as possible, so they can make repairs as required.

In order to claim compensation for being injured in a rented property, the injury would need to be recorded on medical records so a visit to the doctors or hospital is required.  There are very strict timescales to make a landlord negligence claim, so please don’t leave it too long.

Falling Ceiling Injury Claim Rented Property Compensation

A soft tissue injury, which may be damaged muscles, ligament or tendon injuries and severe bruising along with broken bones in the arm, wrist and hand are very common.

For over a decade, we have been helping tenants claim for being injured by a falling ceiling in a rented property. All claims are fought hard to win and then to secure maximum compensation while providing regular updates throughout.

If you would like free claims advice for tenants injured in a rented property please contact us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online below.

Soft Tissue Injury Claim

A soft tissue injury claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis for many reasons. This type of injury may include a sprain, whiplashtorn ligaments or tendons, pulled muscles and severe bruising.

Whether you have been injured in a car accident or a slip, trip or fall accident for example, if the injury was caused by someone else,  is sufficient and is diagnosed by a doctor then a no win no fee soft tissue injury claim may be possible.

Many accidents resulting in a soft tissue injury happen at work, in a supermarket or on the road or pavement. Where possible, the accident and injury should be reported to the relevant person to ensure it is logged in an accident book and so that the defect or area can be rectified to prevent future accidents.

A soft tissue injury may last longer than a broken bone and can often keep people off work for longer.

To make a claim for a soft tissue injury, you do not need to take time off work. This type of personal injury claim must be made within three years of the accident happening.

For free advice on claiming compensation for a soft tissue injury please contact us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online below.

Injured in Tesco slipping on a wet floor

When you shop in a Tesco supermarket, you expect to do so safely and without coming out with an injury. The store has a duty of care over you whilst on their property and must follow very strict health and safety laws. If you have been injured in Tesco slipping on a wet floor, then a claim for injury compensation may be possible using our specialist supermarket accident compensation claim solicitors.

When there is a wet floor, there should be warning signs in place so that customers and staff are aware of the slipping hazard. If there are no warning sign in place, then you could have grounds to make a slip in Tesco injury claim on a no win no fee basis.

Any accident should be reported to the store staff so it can be entered into their accident book. If any witnesses are available it is a good idea to get their contact details when possible. In order to claim against Tesco, the injury must be sufficient to be recorded in your medical records, this means a trip to the hospital or doctors is required.

The main injuries suffered slipping on a wet floor are whiplash, lower back injuries, soft tissue injuries which may be torn, pulled or stretched ligaments, tendons or muscles, sprained ankles and wrists and severe bruising. Broken bones in the arm and foot and dislocations to shoulders and knees are also common injuries which are claimed for.

Injured in Tesco slipping on a wet floor and what to do next to claim

For over a decade we have been helping customers to claim for slipping in Tesco on a wet floor. Claims are fought hard to win and then to secure maximum compensation. Regular updates are provided throughout the claim process.

Please contact us free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online below.

Passenger Injured on a Bus Claims Compensation

A passenger injured on a bus claims compensation on a no win no fee basis for a soft tissue injury to the neck and shoulders, which is also known as a whiplash injury, in addition to a lower back injury.

The lady passenger was thrown in her seat when the bus was hit by a car near a junction. The bus had the right of way and the car failed to stop, meaning it pulled out in front of the bus. The bus driver braked quickly but it was too late.

The bus driver and car driver exchanged details at the scene, the bus driver also took details of passengers on the bus, which fortunately wasn’t busy at the time.

The injured bus passenger went to the doctors who diagnosed the whiplash and soft tissue injuries. These injuries lasted a couple of months meaning the lady was unable to carry out her daily life as she would like to.

Passenger injured on a bus claims compensation, you can too

For over a decade we have been helping passengers to make claims for being injured on a bus after an accident. All claims are fought hard to win and then to secure maximum compensation while providing regular updates throughout.

We can be contacted free on 0800 814 0014 or 0344 545 0110 from a mobile, request a call back or claim online below.