Accidents in public places
“I would like to thank you very much for all your help and advice, and for the professional and efficient way that you worked on my case. I am also very grateful to you for explaining the procedures in a way that I could understand.”
Slips, trips and falls are common cause of injuries in public places. So, if you have suffered an injury because the local authority or council have been negligent in looking after roads, pavements or building interiors (such as not adhering to Health & Safety regulations), our dedicated PersonaI Injury team will pursue a compensation claim.
Our personal injury lawyers will investigate the circumstances of your accident and determine who is liable for a compensation claim. If necessary, we will work with medical experts to assess the extent of your injuries to allow us to make the best possible compensation claim.
Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their accidents in public places claims because:
- We are acknowledged leaders in the field
- Our legal team has, collectively, many years of experience in winning personal injury claims
- We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
- We act quickly so clients get the compensation and care they need as soon as possible
- We are members of industry bodies and panels related to personal injury, which means that BL Claims Solicitors is recognised as being a leader in the legal industry
- You will discuss your case with a highly qualified lawyer right from the outset.
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