We are solicitors claiming personal injury compensation from Tesco for both customers and employees of Tesco. Jerome Burch has experience with these types of claims, and introduces our no win no fee service in this video.
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Claiming Compensation For An Injury At Tesco
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Tesco is Britain’s largest retailer, with over stores 2,000 across the country. 17 million products are sold every week in Tesco, and the company employs around 260,000 people, making it the UK's largest private sector employer. For a compensation claim to succeed against Tesco it will need to be proved that an accident and the resulting injuries were caused by the negligence of Tesco management or staff. Tesco have a duty of care to protect customers, as far as reasonably possibly, from having an accident and getting injured on their premises. Many accidents involve people who have slipped on a wet floor in Tesco. We have handled many successful claims against Tesco for slipping on wet floors, and various other accident types.
Typical Accidents At Tesco Supermarkets
Slip and trip accidents in supermarkets account for the majority of injuries to customers and staff. We receive regular calls from customers who have slipped at the entrance to Tesco. Others have slipped on butter in Tesco that was not be cleared away in time. Many other products can also cause injury to shoppers. For example, it is not uncommon for a customer to slip on milk in Tesco. Where a floor has been recently cleaned and is slippery, clear warning signs should be in place to prevent access. Our solicitors are also successful at claiming for injuries caused by slipping on ice at Tesco, a common accident in winter.
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Injuries Among Tesco Workers
Tesco employees may suffer back injuries, when stacking shelves over long periods of time or unloading goods at a distribution centre warehouse. These Tesco back accidents are quite common, and can command high compensation levels depending on the injury, particularly where a back problem is ongoing and possibly permanently disabling.
Tesco Accident Compensation Claims
A common question from clients is can I claim compensation from Tesco If I was injured through no fault of my own on their premises? The answer is usually yes provided that your claim relates to an accident in Tesco that has taken place in the last three years. Bartletts offer no win no fee solicitors for claiming against Tesco. The vast majority of the claims we take on are successful.
Bartletts have been protecting and supporting clients for 150 years and enjoy a reputation nationwide for trusted legal advice. We are specialists in Tesco accident compensation claims having successfully represented both injured supermarket customers and employees. Call us today on 0800 158 2454 for a free consultation regarding your case or to begin a claim. You can also contact us for free legal advice via our new Live Chat function.
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Mrs Jenkins was leaving her local supermarket with her husband one evening, when she tripped and fell over a raised drain cover in the supermarket car park. Mrs Jenkins fell awkwardly, damaging her shoulder and severely spraining her wrist in the accident.
- Customer Injured After Slipping On Wet Travelator
Mrs Sheppard was injured while carrying her shopping on the travelator at her local supermarket. The travelator was not switched on at the time of the accident, however it was still accessible to shoppers moving between the store and car park.
- Customer Injured After Falling Over Advertising Sign
Ms Williams was walking down the newspaper and magazine aisle on a supermarket, when she slipped on an advertising sign which was lying on the floor, and fell awkwardly, twisting her ankle and damaging ligaments in her knee.
- Customer Injured After Display Boxes Collapsed
Mr Baird was shopping for gardening equipment with his wife, and was attempting to remove box for a display when the stack of boxes collapsed with one heavy box striking Mr Baird on the shoulder.
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