Accident Claims Solicitors, Personal Injury Caused by slip trip or fall | Digby Brown Solicitors
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Accident in a public place

Personal injury caused by circumstances which are not your fault

People should be able to live their daily lives – visiting the supermarket, walking along the street - without being injured in accidents.

Injured in a road traffic accident? Our no win no fee personal injury lawyers could help you claim compensation. On average, our clients receive three times the initial offer.

At Digby Brown, we represent clients who have been injured in public places through no fault of their own, for example through defective roads or pavements causing slips, trips and falls.

When are you eligible to make an accident in a public place claim?

If we can show that the defect has been present for a minimum period of time or that the local authority has failed to respond to a complaint, it may be possible to recover damages after an injury from a trip or fall outside.

Similarly, if you have been injured by someone else’s negligence, it may be possible to make a claim against that person’s home insurance policy.

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Contact us for legal advice about making a claim

If you would like to discuss your circumstances, please either call us on 0333 200 5925 or text help to 83310. Alternatively you can either fill in our brief enquiry form.





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