Miss T sought advice about an accident to get compensation for her claim from Michael Lewin and the specialist lawyers in Leeds.

Miss T suffered an avoidable accident claim which resulted in a double injury for her. She slipped a floor that had been previously mopped but not dried out sufficiently before allowing public access again. The slip resulted in Miss T sustaining not just a head injury but an injury to her back also. Great care needs to be taken in the management of wet floors be it by awareness of the hazard of appropriate management to remove any such hazards.

There are advantages to making a claim for compensation. If you make a claim following an accident in a public place the place in question may then change its practices in order to prevent a similar accident occurring. You don?t just have to claim compensation for the actual injury you have sustained; if you make a claim for compensation following an injury the public liability insurance of the place in question will pay for any physiotherapy or specialist treatment you require if they are found to be liable for the accident. You can also recover any loss of earnings and out of pocket expenses you may have incurred following an accident in a public place; you don?t just get compensation for loss of earnings if your accident has been at work. For more advice about claiming compensation speak to Michael Lewin Solicitors about your case.

If you have been looking to get some reliable and impartial advice about an accident to be awarded compensation for a claim contact the Michael Lewin office in Leeds for the support that you need.

All wet floors can be extremely dangerous to all members of society so it is of the utmost importance to have these situations managed and controlled in an appropriate way. If this had been applied in Miss T’s case she would have avoided sustaining the injury to her head and her back.

Everybody’s circumstances are different. There is no set amount of compensation for each type of accident in a public place. The amount of compensation you receive following your accident will depend on multiple factors the most common of which are:
? The nature and severity of the injuries you have suffered; you are more likely to get a higher rate of compensation for injuries such as broken bones and scarring than you are for bruising and soft tissue damage.
? The amount you earn; the more you earn the more you have lost out on. Therefore if you are in a higher paid job you will be entitled to higher rate of compensation to reimburse you for your loss of earnings.
? The amount of time you have spent rehabilitating; the longer you have had to have of work the more earnings you will have lost out on therefore compensation for loss of earnings will be higher. If you have had to spend a long time recovering from an accident and you have been suffering during that time you may get a higher rate of compensation for the prolonged period of suffering.

If you need immediate advice about an accident to get compensation for a claim call Michael Lewin at the Leeds office now on 0844 499 9302.

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