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If you’ve been in a DIY store accident or a furniture store accident, contact Clearwater Solicitors today to make a claim for compensation! It’s easy to get in touch – simply call 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form for more information.

Furniture and DIY accident claims

Accidents in furniture and DIY stores are not uncommon, with a huge range of different accidents and injuries seen by personal injury solicitors. While DIY and furniture stores may sell heavy and dangerous goods, they have the same responsibilities as other retailers and must take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure their premises are safe and do not pose a danger to the public.When they fail in this regard, people can claim DIY store accident compensation or make a furniture store injury claim. Some of the most common types of accidents compensation claim lawyers see include: –          Slips, trips and falls Slips and trips are one of the most significant dangers in all retail premises. Mess on the floors, obstructions in walkways and aisles, poor flooring choices, uneven flooring or poor cleaning systems can lead to slip and trip hazards and result in serious personal injuries. –          Items falling from shelves DIY and furniture stores can have high shelves with heavy objects on them, and should have safe systems for removing these items from shelves. Shelves should be stacked in a safe manner to ensure items do not fall and land on people. When heavy objects land on shoppers, they can cause serious injuries, including brain damage. –          Product liability claims Any items manufactured by a furniture or DIY store should be safe for customers to use and fit for purpose. DIY and furniture stores are also responsible for any injuries that are caused by the proper use of their products.

Make a compensation claim against a DIY or furniture store

You can improve your likelihood of success in your compensation claim with the following hints and tips: –          Collect evidence that supports your claim and proves you suffered an injury in a DIY or furniture store accident. Photographs and the contact details of witnesses are good evidence. –          Tell staff about the accident and ensure it is recorded in the store’s accident book –          See a doctor and have your injuries looked at and recorded in your medical records –          Keep a record of any financial losses you incur as a result of the injury –          Speak to Clearwater Solicitors If you speak to us about your furniture store accident or DIY store injury, we will be able to give you the expert advice and representation you need to succeed in your compensation claim and recover every penny you are entitled to. You can rest assured your personal injury claim is in good hands when you use Clearwater Solicitors! Get in touch with us today to get started! Just dial 08000 430 430 to speak with us today, or fill in our online enquiry form to request a call back.

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Our Claim Process

1: Contact our personal injury solicitors by calling 08000 430430 or complete an online enquiry form.

5: As soon as all the information/ documentation be collected we will submit a settlement proposed to the third party.

2: Our specialist team will obtain all the details about your accident and injury.

6: We will negotiate with the third party and obtain your instructions..

3: We will either post our information pack or visit you at home. Once we have received the signed documentation we will contact the third party.

7: You will receive your settlement cheque.

4: We will arrange a appointment with a medical expert who will provide a detailed report about the nature and extend of your injuries and how it has affected you.