Pages On: Public Place Accidents
Suffering an accident in a public place can be unsettling and unexpected. We try to go about our lives hoping to not run into health hazards, but it’s not always up to us to prevent dangers. Wherever you are, be it a hotel, store, or gym, businesses have a duty of care to our safety, when this duty lapses, and injuries occur, they are liable and can be sued. If you have suffered such an accident and feel you are not to blame, you could be entitled to occupiers liability compensation. It could, however, be public liability compensation, if it wasn’t a business you were injured in, such as a school or on a public pavement that was poorly maintained. Regardless, there is legal help for those who have been injured in a public place.
Posted in: Accidents and Sickness Abroad, Public Place Accidents
Whether you were injured or became ill whilst on holiday abroad, or were injured at a hotel in Brighton, we can help you claim for compensation. Our panel of personal injury solicitors** are specialists in holiday illness claims and holiday accident claims for Brighton residents, workers, and visitors. To get started all you need to do is call our 24 hours a day helpline and speak to a skilled advisor. We will take some short details about the circumstances surrounding your accident or illness, and then quickly be able to…Read More
Posted: 29 October 2015
Posted in: Personal Injury, Public Place Accidents, Sporting Injuries
As Wimbledon is upon us again, I thought that this week I would talk about three common injuries relating to playing tennis that may come up in a Personal Injury claim. Common Injury 1: Tennis elbow One of the most common injuries is tennis elbow (medical name lateral epicondylitis), which is caused by using the tendons and muscles around your elbow joint too much. This overuse can result in inflammation of the tendon in the outer side of your elbow (medical term extensor carpi radialis brevis). Symptoms Symptoms of tennis elbow include sharp…Read More