20th March 2020
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Claim compensation with Clearwater Solicitors if you have been injured in an accident at an O2 store! If the accident was not your fault, you should be able to recover all your financial losses and be fully compensated for your pain and suffering, and our legal team has the skills and experience needed to ensure this happens! Call us on 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form for more information.
O2 injury claims can take a wide variety of forms; however slips and trips at O2 are the most common. In many cases, O2 or its staff can be responsible for these slips and trips, and in these cases, the company can be liable in compensation claims. You can still claim compensation if you were somewhat to blame for the accident, although the size of your O2 compensation claim will be reduced due to your ‘contributory negligence’. Clearwater Solicitors can help you determine the level of your contributory negligence to help you find out how much compensation you are entitled to.
If your accident happened in an O2 mobile phone shop, or if you were injured in the O2 Arena, O2 Apollo, O2 Academy or another O2 concert and events venue, Clearwater Solicitors have the skills and experience you need to win in your compensation claim. O2 may offer you gift vouchers or a small cash sum as compensation for your accident, but you should not accept this until you speak to solicitors, as the overall value of your compensation claim could be considerably higher than the sum O2 offers.
You can support your compensation claim with the following hints and tips:
– Take photographs
If possible, take a few photographs of the failings and issues that led to your O2 accident. This will help you to demonstrate that the accident occurred due to O2’s negligence.
– Record witness information
You will want to record the names and telephone numbers of anyone who witnessed your accident, so they can back up your version of events.
– Report your accident
You should report your accident to O2 as quickly as possible. Ensure they make a note of your report in their accident book, and ask for a copy.
– Have your injuries assessed
You will need to have your injuries assessed by a doctor and recorded in your medical records if you are to claim compensation against O2.
– Keep records of your financial losses
You can increase the size of your compensation claim by keeping records of any financial losses and expenses you faced as a result of your injury. These could include wages you did not receive, medical expenses you faced, equipment you had to buy, or travel costs.
– Speak with Clearwater Solicitors
Just speak to us today for clear, confidential and sympathetic advice about O2 injury compensation claims! Call 08000 430 430 to speak with a legal advisor, or fill in our online enquiry form to request a call back.