Slip, trip and fall claims

Slip, trip and fall accidents can happen almost anywhere, to anyone and often cause nothing more than a slight knock or bump. However in some cases, especially on slippery surfaces, the injuries can be far more severe.

If you have suffered a substantial injury from a slip, trip or fall and believe it was caused due to the negligence of another party, you are able to seek compensation. YouClaim can help you claim against the individual or company responsible and will ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Call 0800 10 757 95, fill out an online enquiry form or chat with us online to start your claim now.

Common slips and trips

A slip, trip or fall is actually the most common type of accident – especially at work. YouClaim has experience in representing all types of individuals who have been injured after a fall, including:

  • at work; your employer has a legal duty to care for your health and safety whilst at work.
  • on roads and pavements; your local council have a legal duty to maintain the roads and pavements to a reasonable standard.
  • in shops/supermarkets; shopkeepers have a legal duty to ensure the safety of their customers whilst they are on their premises, including the car park.
  • in public places; places that are accessible to the public are also covered by laws to protect people from injury.

An expert solicitor can help determine who is liable and help you achieve the optimum outcome for you and your family. The YouClaim team are specialists in law and are members of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel, meaning you can guarantee our expertise and professionalism in each and every case.

What’s involved in a claim?

We’re happy to provide free, honest advice on whether you should make a claim, after which, you can decide to pursue your case with a YouClaim solicitor if you wish. At every stage we aim to keep you ahead of developments and progress, and we encourage all of our clients to contact our team with any questions or queries – no matter how big or small.

For a slip, trip or fall claim, there are a few pieces of information which will help your case, such as:

  • Photographs of the scene of the accident and anything else that may be significant (the object you tripped over, for example) including pictures of your injuries if they are visible and take further pictures if they worsen.
  • Write down the names and contact details of witnesses who saw the
    accident happen or saw the defect.
  • If the accident happened at work or in a public place, make sure you report it to a manager and ensure they write it in their accident book.
  • Keep the shoes that you were wearing.

How we can help

If you have been injured in a slip, trip or fall, which you believe was caused by someone else's negligence, contact us now for top legal advice on how to make a slip and trip claim.

YouClaim’s advisors are not only highly experienced but they are also very friendly and professional and are guaranteed to treat your case with the utmost confidentiality. 

It’s easy to get in touch with us; chat to us via e-chat, request a call back for a more convenient time, fill out an online enquiry form with details of your accident and injury or give us a call night or day on 0800 10 757 95.