ACCIDENTS IN PUBLIC PLACES
The owners or landlords of premises or land used by the public have a duty to ensure the safety of all visitors. If the legal occupier of premises or land has been negligent or in breach of a statutory duty which leads to a member of the public having an accident and suffering personal injury then a claim may be brought against them.
If you have had an accident in a public place and suffered personal injury it is possible that you may be able to make a claim.
Rotherham Injury Lawyers specialise in the following types of public liability accidents:-
- Trips, slips and falls
- Faulty footpaths, roads and steps
- Accidents in shops and supermarkets
- Accidents in Restaurants and other fast food outlets
- Accidents in pubs, nightclubs and social clubs
- Accidents at organised public events and fairgrounds
- Accidents in schools, playgrounds and parks
- Accidents in communal areas
- Accidents in car parks.
- Potholes on the carriageway
- Areas maintained by the Local Authority
If you have had an accident and been injured through no fault of your own then contact us for a ‘free – no obligation’ assessment of your potential claim.