Slip, Trip or Fall Compensation
Accident Compensation Helpline is one of the UK’s leading personal injury claim specialists. Over the years we’ve helped many thousands of people claim compensation for many different types of slip, trip and fall accidents.
No Win No Fee
If you’ve been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis.
You may have been unfortunate enough to have been injured due to a slip, trip or fall accident, maybe in a supermarket, or at work or in a public place. Whatever the cause of your accident, our friendly claim specialists are here to provide help and advice on your personal injury claim – with no obligation.
Maximum compensation – no win no fee
Accident Compensation Helpline is a long established and trusted accident claims company. Our network of highly experienced lawyers will work hard to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to in the shortest time possible.
Our specialist injury lawyers offer a no win no fee service. This simply means that if in the unlikely event that your claim is unsuccessful, then there will be no cost to you.
- FREE EXPERT ADVICE
- SPECIALIST INJURY LAWYERS
- MAXIMUM C0MPENSATION
- NO WIN NO FEE
Common causes of slip, trip and fall accidents
Slips, trips and falls are the most common type of accident claims. If you were injured in the street, at work, in a supermarket or a restaurant or any other public place as a result of a defect or hazardous situation, you may be entitled to compensation for personal injury and also for any financial losses that you have sustained as a result of the accident.
- A Spillage
- A Slippery Surface
- A Broken Pavement
- A Pothole
- A Hazardous Cable
There are many causes of slip and trip accidents, the above are just a few examples.
Many slip and trip accidents occur in public places. Landlords and owners of land and property accessed by members of the public have a duty to take reasonable care for the safety of all visitors. Landlords also have a duty of care to their tenants.
Many slip and trip accidents also occur within the workplace. Your employer has a duty of care to enable you to do your job safely, this includes providing a safe working environment. If you’ve been injured in an accident at work, any compensation awarded to you would be paid by your employer’s insurance company, and not by your employer.
Whatever the cause of your accident, we are here to help.