Public Liability - FAQs
Does it have to be a big company?
If you had your accident in a small shop or business, this should not make any difference to your claim. A business of any size is generally required to have public liability insurance to cover accidents such as yours.
Am I entitled to make a public liability claim?
If you were injured on public premises due to the negligence of the owner, then you should be able to make a claim for personal injury.
Here at Accidents Direct, we specialise in handling a wide variety of public liability claims. A few examples of which include supermarkets, restaurants, retail stores and schools.
All you need to do is provide us with the details of the accident and your injury, along with the details of the premises. We will assess the claim and provide you with the best possible advice before you speak to one of our Solicitors.
Do I need a witness?
It is not always necessary to have a witness to your accident but it will make your claim stronger. Always try to have your accident recorded in an accident book, as this is required by law.
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