Slater Heelis draw on decades of experience in pursuing accident claims and will ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to as a result of negligence.
Local authorities and business owners have a legal duty to ensure that their environments and premises are safe for public use. Our experienced personal injury solicitors can claim compensation on your behalf if you have had an accident in the last three years whilst in a shop, street, supermarket, public house, or any other premises you were visiting.
We work closely with our clients to to establish a timeline of events to determine exactly how and where the accident happened. From there we are in a strong position to advise on their best course of legal action, and whether or not their claim is valid to take forward. Our solicitors are here to guide you through every step and to evaluate the chances of success before committing to lengthy court proceedings.
What to do before making your claim
We advise anybody who has suffered an accident in a public place to take photographic or video evidence of the event, as well as a professional medical report that details any injuries as a result of the accident. Due to the nature of these claims, we also advise that you seek professional legal support as soon as possible to determine the level of compensation that you may be due to cover medical costs.
Slater Heelis takes all the consequences of your accident into account when we make a claim – not just the pain and suffering you’ve had to endure. We will claim back your loss of earnings. If you’ve had to undergo any private surgery or physiotherapy treatment, we will recover those costs for you. These types of claims are often disputed, but we have the expertise and commitment to make your claim succeed.
What our clients say about us…
“Slater Heelis has given myself kind words and sensible unreserved advice to my many questions which has, without a doubt, sped up the progress, thus reducing costs, a refreshing change and very much appreciated. You are indeed a credit to your profession.”