Supermarket Accident Claims
Supermarket accidents are more common than you might have previously thought. What’s more, with many shops open 24 hours, the chances of accidents occurring in supermarkets and shopping centres are now even greater.
The more common types of supermarket accidents include slipping on spillages and wet floors with no hazard signs, tripping over empty packaging like boxes and pallets left in aisles, and injuries caused by faulty or poorly maintained equipment such as trolleys and escalators.
In order to protect the public from injury, retailers such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Morrisons, and Asda have a duty to provide a safe environment for members of the public under the Occupiers Liability Act 1957. Unfortunately, this duty of care is not always met.
If you have been involved in a supermarket accident, where the retailer breached their duty of care, you might be able to claim compensation for your injuries.
Personal Injury Claims Process
When you enlist the help of Mayiclaim, you will be assigned a specialist personal injury solicitor with a great deal of experience in handling supermarket accident claims. As an independent organisation, we have the freedom to choose the best solicitor for the job based on your unique circumstances.
All our panel solicitors will provide you with the opportunity to enter into a no-win-no-fee agreement. So, if for any reason we do not win your case, there will be no legal fees to pay.
To find out whether you have an eligible supermarket accident claim, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for a free, no obligation consultation. Speak to a friendly adviser directly on freephone number 0800 756 7774 or fill out our Quick Claim Form to receive a call back.