Owners or occupiers of public places and local authorities are under an obligation to make sure that visitors to such premises are safe and not exposed to a risk of injury and failure to do so can result in a claim being brought against them in the event that a visitor to such premises is injured.
If you have sustained an injury at a public place which you consider to be the fault either wholly or partly of the owner or occupier of the premises, you may have a claim. Our team of specialist personal injury lawyers has extensive experience in handling compensation claims for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries, including amputation, severe brain and spinal injuries.
We have an experienced team who will assess the merits of your claim and help you through the process. We will be happy to have an informal initial chat with you by telephone.