Accidents and injuries can occur in all kinds of situations and places. Some are simply accidents and no-one’s fault.  In those circumstances, there would be no claim to make.

This is because in all cases wherever and however the injury occurred, you have to identify and show an individual or company owes you a duty of care and that as a result of them breaching or failing in that duty, you suffered injury.

Having said that, never assume that a claim cannot be made. It is surprising how many situations can give rise to a valid claim.

Personal Injury Claims

At Tollers we have a very experienced team who have a wealth of expertise in advising on all sorts of unique claims.  Rarely are two claims ever the same and you should always seek advice.

At Tollers the initial advice is always free.

There are some types of claim which have their own set of rules and regulations which can often help make a claim stronger.

For example, if you are on someone else’s premises and there is something wrong with it or they have been poorly maintained, you have a right to expect not to be put in danger or at risk of injury. These cases are different to tripping on a pothole in the road where the council takes responsibility. There is a separate set of rules or laws covering occupiers of premises.

In addition, if you are a tenant your landlord, whether private or council, has extra responsibility to make sure the premises they rent to you are safe. Sometimes these extra rules cover your family and visitors, even if they are not the tenant.

Consumer Protection Act

As a consumer, you also have a right to be safe, whether it is after buying something from a shop or eating at a restaurant. If a product you have brought or food you have eaten causes injury or illness, then you may have a claim under the Consumer Protection Act.

Some of the more unique or specialised situations can involve organised sports events or activities.  You may be expected to accept a certain degree of risk in joining in but there are still some basic rules and duties owed to the participants, particularly if they are children. This will include schools, sports clubs or even public events.

Whatever the situation, tell us your story and we will let you know if you have a possible claim.  If we think there are reasonable prospects of success, we can on a risk-free ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ basis.

To talk to Tollers about any type of personal injury claims, get in touch.

Defective Premises Compensation Claims
If you have suffered an injury caused by a hazard in a poorly maintained or constructed building, you may be entitled to claim damages for your injuries and expenses...
Faulty Product Compensation Claims
If you have been harmed or injured by a faulty product, you should claim for compensation...
Food Poisoning Compensation Claims
Food poisoning is common, and symptoms can be extremely unpleasant, we can provide clear, jargon-free advice on your food poisoning compensation claim, along with a no-obligation assessment of whether you have a reasonable chance of success...
Professional Negligence Claims
Tollers will study your case and provide expert legal advice on any potential professional negligence case...
Slip And Trip Compensation Claims
We are experts in personal injury claims, and we are aware of the complexities and difficulties that come with them, such as the denials and defences insurers put forward to avoid responsibility and paying compensation...
Sporting And Leisure Accident Compensation Claims
If you have suffered injury through a sports or leisure accident caused by faulty equipment, poor coaching or insufficient supervision, you should claim for compensation – even if your injury happened abroad...

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Our Other Personal Injury Claims Experts

Tristan Holdom
Head of Personal Injury Department
Heading up the Personal Injury Department Tristan is a brain, spinal and catastrophic injury specialist with over 20 years’ experience...
Stephanie Jervis
Associate
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Roger Reed
Personal Injury Lawyer
Roger Reed, Personal Injury Lawyer, has focused purely on personal injury cases for 25 years. Roger has an interest in cases of unusual complexity...
Nina Chivers
Associate - Chartered Legal Executive
ina is a personal injury lawyer with over 18 years’ experience within the field...
Lauren Hamper
Welcome Team Member
Lauren Hamper works in the welcome team in the personal injury department. Her role involves taking initial details from new clients for potential claims...
Jonathan Rose
Solictor
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David Boobyer
Partner – Spinal Cord Injury Specialist
David Boobyer is a Partner within the firm and Member of the Multi-Track (Serious Injury) Team. He has 25 years’ experience of running injury claims...
Amanda Marlow
Associate – Chartered Legal Executive
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Tristan Holdom
Head of Personal Injury Department
Stephanie Jervis
Associate
Roger Reed
Personal Injury Lawyer
Nina Chivers
Associate - Chartered Legal Executive
Lauren Hamper
Welcome Team Member
Jonathan Rose
Solictor
David Boobyer
Partner – Spinal Cord Injury Specialist
Amanda Marlow
Associate – Chartered Legal Executive
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