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Personal injury through not keeping client safe during visit to premises - £2,200 settlement
After a fall whilst visiting a cafe our client suffered from soft tissue injuries to the lower back and left hand; as a result physiotherapy was required.
Due to a breach of their statutory duty under the Occupiers Liability Act 1957 in that they; failed to keep customer reasonably safe whilst on their premises; failed to ensure the floor was safe from any slipping hazards; failed to warn customers of any slipping hazards; and failed to implement an adequate cleaning system. Therefore, exposing our client to a danger/trap and a foreseeable risk of injury our personal injury solicitors were able to receive a £2,200 settlement for our client.
If you have been affected by a similar situation contact our personal injury solicitors for initial advice in relation to your claim, call us on 0333 344 4772 or complete our online personal injury claim form and a member of the team will contact you.
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