Did you know that almost every piece of Land within the public domain within the United Kingdom is governed by legislation and regulations put into to place to protect the general public at large, such as yourself against an accident or personal injury you may suffer whilst on such public property and Land, which was not your fault, then you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim.

 

In the unfortunate event of the above, a personal injury compensation claim can be made against the person or company owning or being responsible for maintaining the public area, property and/or land, as the same should have taken out a public liability insurance policy to compensate members of the public for any injury they sustain whilst on the property, area and/or Land caused by their negligence; therefore your personal injury claim for compensation will be made against that insurance policy.

For the avoidance of any doubt some of the most common public liability compensation claims we deal with involve:

  • Injuries caused by dangerous footpaths or pavements, untreated ice and snow, pot holes, tree roots and steps or staircases in disrepair.
  • Slips or Trips inside shopping centres, car parks, amusement parks and restaurants etc.
  • Injuries caused by sharp objects or objects falling from a height in a public place.
  • Broken down fences or other obstructions to the highways or pavements.

The above are just a few examples but there are also many other circumstances where you could be injured on public property. We will assess your claim, at no cost to you, and advise you on your claim. Following an initial assessment of your Public Liability claim, we will advise you on the merits of your case.  If we believe there is a valid claim for your Road Traffic Incident, we will pursue it for you under a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement.  This means that there is no charge to you for the work we do and no deductions from your compensation.

‘No Win, No Fee’ agreements