Trip, Slip and Fall Claims

If you have been injured in a slip, trip or fall you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation for your injuries and financial losses.

Slips, trips and falls can happen anywhere, from the workplace to supermarkets and on public paths. The most common causes of slips and trips are wet floor surfaces, uneven flooring or carpets, cracked or uneven footpaths or roads, potholes, inadequate lighting, ice and snow. If you have been involved in an accident contact our team for advice without obligation on 0800 980 9390 or use our online claim form.

Expert legal advice

With knowledge and expertise in pursuing a wide range of slip and trip claims, our lawyers will secure you the maximum compensation.  We will ensure that all aspects of your claim are investigated thoroughly. Our lawyers have dealt with many of the complex legal issues associated with slip and trip claims over the years; wherever your slip or fall happened, we will provide you with the best possible legal advice.

A reputation for excellence

Unlike many other law firms, we are proud to say that we have never ‘bought in’ slip and trip claims from insurance or claims management companies. Instead, we rely on our excellent reputation for providing a quality, caring service. This approach has served us well: we are extremely proud of the fact that the majority of our clients come to us through personal recommendation.

Exceptional client care

Each case is different and every client has different needs which is why we always provide a personal service with solutions tailored to your needs. We can secure early compensation payments to fund any medical treatment needed to aid your recovery and to ease your financial worries if your injuries have resulted in you needing time off work. You can then focus on making a full recovery.  We will work on your behalf to make the process as stress free as possible.

Contact

Contact us on 0800 980 9390 for more information about making a slip and trip claim, or fill out our online claim form.