Injured in an accident that wasn't your fault?

If you have had an accident which was not your fault, we can help you make a no win no fee compensation claim


Pavement Slip and Trip Compensation Claim

Pavements accidents are quite common and this is because of defective pavements which lead to slips, trips and falls. When a person slips or trips on a public pavement due to no fault and suffers personal injuries, a compensation claim can be made against the local council responsible for the maintenance of the pavement.

Compensation is essential following a no fault accident on a public pavement because it will help the victim recover hospital bills, costs of care if the injury was serious and other financial losses that the victim suffered. Local authorities must ensure that the safety of the public is not put at risk whilst carrying out repair work or if the pavement is defective. They must ensure that safety measures are adopted to avoid any mishap.

What To Do Following A Pavement Accident

Below is a list of possible things that you must do following a slip or trip on a public pavement. Taking these necessary steps will ensure that your pavement slips and trip compensation claim has the best chance of success.

  • seek medical attention
  • obtain contact details of witnesses
  • measure the defect
  • take photographs of the defect
  • report the accident to the local council
  • seek legal help

If you were unfortunate enough to suffer injuries on a public pavement due to the negligence of the local authority to maintain the pavement in a good condition, we can help you recover compensation. If you have a viable claim, we will use a risk free No Win No Fee scheme to deal with your claim.

To speak to our solicitors regarding your pavement slip and trip compensation claim, complete our online claim form and request a call back.