Personal Injury Claim For

Slips, Trips and Falls

If you have ever had a slip, trip or fall in a space where there is public access then you may be entitled to claim damages from the owner of that space.

Whenever there is an area of land or property open to the general public, the owner of that space holds a responsibility to keep visitors safe from any potential harm. If you have sustained an injury as a result of somebody (or an organisation) failing to highlight potential dangers, then you may have a personal injury claim.


  • Public spaces such as pavements, roads and parks. The local council has the responsibility to signpost or mark out any existing dangers to the public. By failing to do so then they risk putting individuals in danger.
  • Supermarkets, banks and retail stores etc. Businesses that are open for public access must warn visitors of any potential risks to their health and safety.


Have you experienced a slip, trip or fall in a public space? Are you currently unsure whether there is a claim to be made? Our solicitors are at hand to give you professional advice. We can provide guidance on who would be held accountable and if there was a case to be raised, what the following steps would be.

Our solicitors operate under a No Win, No Fee basis. We will not charge a success fee. This means that you will take home more damages than if a success fee was charged. We take care of all the legal complexities and keep you informed at every step of the process to ensure you stay confident throughout the case.


If you are not sure whether you can make a claim or would like to find out what the next steps are, call us! It can’t hurt to ask, and we offer a FREE personal injury consultation. Call us on 0800 988 7756 or submit an enquiry.

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What Could I Claim?

Severe PTSD: £45,840 – £96,800

Moderate PTSD: £4,900 – £45,840

Less severe travel anxiety: £1,290 – £4,900

Serious brain damage: £235,790 – £337,000

Severe brain damage: £175,000 – £235,790

Moderate brain damage: £75,900 – £175,000

Serious head injury: £12,820 – £75,900

Mild head injury: £1,840 – £12,820

Total blindness and deafness: Up to £337,700

Loss of sight in one eye: £41,200 – £45,840

Total loss of hearing in one ear: £26,180 – £38,060

Total loss of taste and smell: Up to £32,780

Dental injuries: £910 – £31,900

Fracture of the jaw: £5,390 – £25,490

Fracture of the nose: £2,120 – £19,330

Severe shoulder injury: £16,060 – £41,050

Fractured clavicle / collar bone: £4,200 – £12,000

Dislocation of shoulder: £10,500 – £15,820

Moderate shoulder injury: £6,600 – £16,060

Minor shoulder injury: £1,500 – £6,600

Severe neck injury: £46,810 – £124,030

Moderate neck injury: £11,500 – £46,810

Minor neck injury: £2,050 – £11,500

Severe back injury: £58,300 – £134,590

Moderate back injury: £23,210 – £58,300

Minor back injury: £1,000 – £23,210

Loss of both arms: £201,300 – £250,800

Severe arm injury: £80,410 – £109,450

Severe elbow injury: £13,090 – £26,790

Moderate arm or elbow injury: £5,500 – £16,060

Total loss of both hands: £117,700 – £168,520

Severe wrist injury or hand injury: £30,820 – £70,700

Amputation of index and middle or ring fingers: £51,760 – £75,900

Less serious hand and wrist injuries: £12,100 – £24,260

Minor hand injuries: £1000 – £3,630

Severe leg injury: £43,890 – £235,790

Moderate leg injury: £10,530 – £48,390

Less serious leg injury: £3,300 – £10,530

Amputation of both feet: £141,630 – £168,520

Severe foot injury: £70,210 – £91,660

Moderate foot injury: £11,050 – £70,210

Minor foot injury: £5,860 – £11,050

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If you wish to discuss a personal injury claim and your options,call our team now on 0800 988 7756

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