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Supermarket Accidents

Accident in supermarkets or shops are often caused slipping on a wet floors.

If you have been injured in a supermarket accident you may be able to claim injury compensation. We at Philip H. Cuerden Personal Injury Solicitors are specialist injury lawyers who can help you to claim the full amount of compensation that you deserve.

If the supermarket or shop (like in Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons or B&Q) that you were injured in did not take proper precautions to prevent risk then you could make a claim for compensation. Shops or supermarkets not taking proper precautions can be a result of many things including inadequate staff training, under staffing in shops and lax cleaning policies.

Examples of injuries in shops, that you could claim for, include slipping on a wet floor, tripping on unmarked obstacles or tripping on products that have been left on the floor or in a dangerous position. In fact, an injury after a trip, slip or fall is the most common form of injury in shops and supermarkets.

If you have been injured in a supermarket or shop ensure that your accident is reported to the manager of the store and that a record of your accident is made. You should also ensure that the description of your accident is totally accurate before you agree to sign an accident book.

How do I find out if I can claim for accident in a supermarket?

You can find out if you are eligible to claim compensation, and how much compensation you could expect to receive by simply filling in the form on the right of this page. Our experts will assess your case and if you want to proceed with a claim can begin the process of claiming compensation for you right away.

Read our supermarket accident case study to view details of a claim made for an injury in a supermerket … Read More >>