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What is a public liability claim?

When visiting public property or land, the person or organisation responsible for the premises has an obligation to ensure it is safe. If this is not the case and someone injures themselves then there is a case for a claim.

I feel bad making a claim

It is quite normal to have reservations about making a public liability claim but the reality is that the person or organisation responsible for the premises should have public liability insurance to cover such events. If you have hurt yourself and suffered pain, personal expense, or any other negative factor associated with the injury then it is only fair that you are compensated for this.

Types of public liability claim

Tips for a successful public liability claim

There are a number of measures you can take to improve your chances of claiming compensation for your injury and any associated financial loss.

To be successful you need to prove on the balance of probabilities that the fault lies with those responsible for taking care of the premises or other area in their control such as a road or pathway. Don’t worry, we will help you do this but there are a few things that will support your case if you can get them:

It is worth noting that the majority of our claims are conducted on a No Win No Fee agreement, meaning you pay nothing if you lose.

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Bus Crash-Shoulder, Neck, Back and Pelvis Injury-£4,162.34 Compensation

In October 2012, Mr A was a passenger on a bus when another bus collided with it. mr A suffered injury to his shoulder, neck, and back, together with a worsening of a previous pelvis injury. Liability was admitted, and... Read More