If you have suffered an injury as a result of being struck by a falling branch or tree, you may be able to receive compensation as a result of the accident.
Whether trees are on council-owned or privately-owned land, those who manage the property have a legal obligation to ensure that the trees are in good condition and pose no threat to any workers or passers-by.
A falling tree could cause serious issues if it landed on someone from a great height. If you were struck by a tree or branch, call YouClaim for free, impartial advice on whether you’re eligible to make a claim.
Although these kinds of accidents might seem unforeseen, risk assessments should be in place to predict any danger – where this has not been done and an accident has followed anyone affected may ask a personal injury solicitor to proceed with a claim.
Failing to carry out annual checks on trees adjacent to the public pathway, could pose a direct risk to the public.
Serious cases of tree accidents have included severe injuries which have often prevented people from returning to work or even requiring long-term care and support. The responsible party could include:
If you have suffered an injury after being struck by a branch or tree you should contact YouClaim to discover whether you’re entitled to compensation. If so, we’ll provide guidance, support and professional opinion at every step of the way whilst we strive to achieve the optimum result for your circumstances.
YouClaim's specialist team of personal injury solicitors have a lot of experience when it comes to dealing with compensation claims, including claims that have come about as the result of being injured due to tree debris or falling branches.
To enquire about a tree accident compensation claim, call us today on 0800 10 757 95 or fill out an online claim form.