If you’ve sustained a personal injury in a supermarket, it doesn’t matter whether the store was Aldi, Morrisons, Tesco, Asda, Lidl, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, the Co-op or a small local shop – if the accident wasn’t your fault, you can make supermarket accident compensation claims.
Supermarkets, like all other businesses, have a duty of care to protect the safety of their customers and staff wherever they are on the premises, from the car park to the cashier. This includes ensuring there are no trip, slip or fall hazards, that items are on shelves in safe manner and that all signs and fittings are securely fastened.
What should I do if I want to make a supermarket accident claim?
There are a few things you can do following an accident in a supermarket that will give you the best possible chance of succeeding in your supermarket accident compensation claim.
– Take photographs and seek witness details
Our personal injury solicitors will have a better chance in succeeding in your no-win no-fee accident compensation case if you have any photographic evidence or witnesses that can support your claims.
– Report the accident to the store
When you sustain a personal injury in a supermarket accident, you should tell the customer service desk or the manager of the premises. You should ensure they record details of your claim and record your statements in an accident report form.
Just get in touch with us to start your supermarket accident compensation claim. Call 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form to start your claim today.