Whether it is a wet floor, uneven pavement or any other object that may cause a fall and injury, you can file your Slip and Trip Claims against the one responsible for negligence. In such a case, it is important to report the incident to the owner or manager of the premises and to take photographs (if possible). If you have tripped over an uneven or missing pavement then it might be a wise idea to keep a note of the date and time of the incident, as well as photographs for evidence.
If you fall on a greasy floor at the workplace, then you might report it to whoever is in charge of the health and safety conditions in your office and ensure that your complaint is recorded in the incident book. In such a case one can file a case later on if the incident is repeated. This is because the incident would have already been notified to the concerned department and lack of action on behalf of the person responsible for getting such issues looked after or the organization can be held responsible for negligence.
If you have suffered due to a slip and trip, then you can file your Slip and Trip Claims to seek compensation. Lawyers at BCC are experienced lawyers who will ascertain all facts and quickly advise you whether you have a strong enough case. Our lawyers fight all cases on a 'no win, no fee' basis.
Fill out our simple straight forward pension claims. Once we receive your enquiry, we will contact you within 24 hours. Someone from our specialist claims team will contact you and take more details of your claim and explain the process.