Public liability insurance is a legal requirement

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If you have had an accident in public, then it would be worth your while checking to see whether the place where you had your accident has public liability insurance. Public liability insurance covers companies, shops and organisations should anything happen whilst somebody is on their property. It is a legal requirement to have public liability insurance and you can be prosecuted for not having it.

Having an accident in a public place can be traumatic, especially if the injuries you sustained are quite bad. If the accident hasn’t been your fault, you will want to pursue a case for compensation against those who are to blame.

A solicitor is best placed to advise you and guide you through the processes of putting together a case for compensation. There are solicitors who deal specifically with cases relating to accidents in public and they will know the best way to proceed with your case.

Your solicitor will ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to for the injuries you have suffered with. Your physical and emotional injuries will both be taken into consideration when the judge is reviewing your case.

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