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Restaurant Accident Claims
If you have suffered an injury following a restaurant accident that was not your fault, you may be eligible to claim financial compensation. The team of experienced personal injury lawyers at Grieves Solicitors will be happy to provide legal advice and guidance regarding a potential restaurant accident claim.
Making a Restaurant Accident Compensation Claim
It is an unfortunate fact that slip, trip and fall accidents often occur in restaurants, as a result of spillages, poorly lit walkways or generally cramped conditions. The restaurant owner has a duty to ensure that their premises provide a safe environment for their customers. If this duty has been in any way breached, and this breach has caused you to have an accident, you may be able to make a claim for financial compensation.
At Grieves Solicitors, we specialise in helping the victims of restaurant accidents gain the compensation they deserve following accidents caused by poor maintenance or the negligence of a restaurant owner or employee. If you are involved in a restaurant accident, the following information will improve your case's chances of success:
- Contact details of any eye-witnesses to the accident.
- Photographs of the conditions responsible for your slip, trip or fall, be they poor lighting, ill-fitting carpets or obstructions.
- Details of medical treatment you received following the restaurant accident.
Even if you are unable to collect this information, it is still worth speaking to a solicitor with experience of these types of cases, with the ability to provide helpful legal advice regarding any potential claim.
'No win, no fee' Solicitors
Grieves Solicitors' work on a 'no win, no fee' basis, meaning our clients keep 100% of the compensation awarded by the court. We will be happy to discuss your potential claim during a free initial consultation and, if your case is successful, we will claim all of our legal fees from the opposing side's insurers.
If your case is unsuccessful, our fees will be paid by ATE (After the Event Insurance).