Shop and Supermarket Accident Claims
Over £90 million compensation recovered for our UK clients – Russell Worth Solicitors
Whether you’re employed by a high street shop or supermarket, or just doing your shopping,it is common for accidents to happen in these environments. Far too often these things happen as a result of the organisations negligence so it is only fair that you should be compensated for any injury that you have sustained.
Free Work Claim Assessment
“Outstanding client service from start to finish. From the very first time I called Russell Worth I was impressed with their friendly professionalism. I had called a number of the TV advertised compensation lawyers and large firms with impressive websites and received nothing but poor service from what appeared to be over-worked and under-trained staff. I had hesitated to call RWS because they are located at the other end of the country to me, but I’m so glad I made that call. RWS are just the very best at listening, understanding my situation, putting me at ease and coming up quickly with a plan of action that resulted in more compensation than I had expected possible. Actually, the TV advertised legal firms had told me I couldn’t expect any compensation for my injuries. Thanks heavens for RWS!!”
- Lifting Claims – there are strict regulations around what an employee can and can’t be expected to lift. See here for further details.
- Falling produce – whether from a badly stacked lorry or warehouse, people being hit by falling cargo is a far too regular occurrence.
- Lack of training – A lot of time, personal injury can occur because of a lack of training, which should be given to you as an employee at the start of your employment. Whether it’s training on machinery, handling certain substances or how to correctly pick objects up, the training is imperative to a safe working environment to you and those around you.
Typical PUBLIC claims
- Slips or trips – this is by far the most common incident we see. Sometimes because of spilt products in the aisles but often when it has been raining and the shop floor has no warning that it is slippery or wet.
- Trolleys – sometimes trolleys are left in dangerous places if they are not being tidied away properly, which can lead to injury. Other times when the car park attendant is moving them around they can hit people causing injury.
Regardless of what your injury is, if you do not believe you were to blame for your injuries then why not get in touch to see whether you have a case.
Typically we will deal with your claim on a No Win No Fee basis meaning that there is no risk to you – we will also try to get you the maximum compensation for your injuries. Complete our 15-second form above and one of our friendly team will get right back in touch with you.