Accident in a public place
All local authorities are under a duty of care to ensure that pavements and public highways are in a safe condition for public use.
If a local authority had breached their duty of care and you have suffered injury as a result of that breach then you may be entitled to an award of compensation. Speak to one of our friendly legal advisors today to see if we can assist you in bringing a claim for compensation.
Examples of slips and trips claims successfully pursued include:
- Trips on defective highways such as pot holes or broken kerbs
- Trips on steps in a state of repair
- Trips on obstructions left in walkways
- Injuries caused to children due to unsafe play equipment in playgrounds
Your specialist personal injury lawyers
Just like seeing a specialist in hospital, it makes absolute sense to choose a specialist firm of solicitors. And at Harris Fowler, our specialism is personal injury. Our years of experience have given us a level of expertise that you simply can’t normally find at the more general solicitor firms, so that we can fight your corner to give you the best chance of getting the compensation you’re entitled to.
No win no fee, with no hidden extras
After an injury, it can feel like your life has been turned upside down. It’s stressful. But your personal injury claim shouldn’t be. At Harris Fowler, when we say ‘no win no fee’ we mean it – no hidden extras, no unexpected charges, no asking for money as the case progresses. You focus on getting better; we’ll deal with the rest.
The friendly solicitors
At Harris Fowler, we choose to specialise in personal injury law because we truly care about people’s lives. We’re here for you every step of the way: explaining the process, unravelling complicated legal language, listening, and making your claim the strongest it can be. Many clients tell us it’s our friendliness that makes us different. That’s the Harris Fowler way.
All you have to do is call our Freephone number 0800 213214 and talk to one of our friendly legal advisors.
*Cases issued and finished between 01.01.16 and 31.12.16