Accidents In Public Places

Accidents in Public Places are quite frequent these days with less attention being paid to public amenities as funding is not so readily available. A common accident is the tripping over or falling on paving stones, while walking on a pavement. If the accident was as a result of a pothole more than an inch in depth in the concrete or on the tarmac, the local authority could be held responsible. If a paving stone was protruding up higher than one inch from the pavement and this was the cause of your accident similarly, the local authority is held responsible.
Such an accident could result in injuries like a damaged knee, a broken arm or wrist. This type of injury could result in work days lost and loss of earning potential while recuperating at home.

Any accident can bring about hardship and the lack of ability to pay outstanding bills as well as the possibility of not being able to go about normal everyday tasks. If you have been the victim of one of the many Accidents in Public Places that happen each year, then you should be contacting one of our personal injury solicitors at Lamb & Co who are experienced at dealing with all types of injuries as a result of accidents. If the accident occurred within the last three years and it was not your fault, then it is your legal entitlement to receive compensation for the pain and suffering that you have been inflicted with due to the accident.

Our team of experienced, dedicated Accidents in Public Places solicitors at Lamb & Co are eager to help you win compensation and if you are unable to come into our office, a free national home visit can be organised at your convenience. Once we have decided that you have a valid claim we will compile all the necessary details and send them to the responsible party. We only take on cases that we are likely to win and most are settled out of court.

In the unlikely event of us losing your claim for compensation you will not be required to pay anything as you will be covered by our “no win no fee” arrangement.