Melbourne Trip Slip Fall Injury Solicitor Compensation Claims

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The owner or occupier of premises in Melbourne is legally bound to ensure that visitors to the property are kept safe which includes taking reasonable steps to reduce the potential for a tripping or slipping injury accident. Trips, slips and falls on privately owned premises in Victoria which are open to the public, caused by the negligence of the owner or occupier can result in a compensation claim for any personal injury sustained by a visitor. In many cases the owner or occupier of defective premises to which the public visit will have ‘public liability’ insurance whereby an insurance company will indemnify the owner or occupier of premises against a solicitors injury compensation claim for damages paid to the innocent victim of a trip, slip or fall.

No Win No Fee Solicitors

If you have been injured on premises owned or occupied by a third party which can include tripping and slipping on liquids or debris on the floor as well as defective surfaces, our Melbourne solicitors may be able to claim accident compensation for any injury that you have sustained. Our Melbourne solicitors deal with trip, slip and fall injury compensation claims using the no win no fee scheme. If you would like to speak to a specialist Melbourne personal injury lawyer without any further obligation just complete the contact form or use the helpline or email our solicitors offices.

Victorian Accident Lawyers

Our Melbourne personal injury solicitors can claim compensation for injury sustained in public or private places as a result of a trip, slip or fall including shops, supermarkets, shopping centres, offices, sports grounds, courts, arenas, ovals, playgrounds, parks gardens, theatres, cinemas, railway stations, airports, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, residential homes, construction sites and all other places to which the public has access.

Personal Injury

Our personal injury lawyers deal with occupiers liability law and public liability law both of which are concerned with defective premises and are part of the general law of negligence. A solicitors compensation claim can often be brought against the occupier of premises or the owner of premises both of whom may have a duty of care that demands that reasonable care is taken to ensure the health and safety of visitors who must be protected from reasonably foreseeable risk of personal injury.

LAWYER HELPLINE: ☎ 1800 633 090