Occupiers' Liability Compensation Claim Lawyers Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee
If you have suffered an injury on someone else’s property, you may be able to make a claim for compensation and our lawyers can help guide you through the process.
Owners and occupiers of land or property have a legal obligation to ensure that visitors to their property are kept reasonably safe. This includes, for example, ensuring proper lighting, keeping floor areas reasonably clear and using adequate warning signs where there are dangers. If you have suffered an injury as a result of an owner or occupier failing in this obligation, we can help you claim compensation for your injury and financial loss.
Occupiers' liability covers a broad range of claims. Some examples include:
- Failure to use a wet floor sign in a shopping centre resulting in a slip
- Uneven paving in a high-traffic street resulting in a trip
- Failure to clean up spillages in the supermarket resulting in a slip
- Poorly covered potholes in a car park resulting in a car accident
These are just some examples of a situation that may give rise to an occupier’s liability claim, but however you have been injured, our lawyers will be able to advise you as to whether you can bring a claim and who this claim should be against.
Contact our occupiers' liability claims lawyers
If you have suffered an injury in a public place, contact our specialist team today. The team is spread across our offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee, with our Dundee team covering Aberdeen and the North of Scotland.
We will discuss the circumstances surrounding your claim with you and will explain clearly and concisely how best to proceed. We will also be upfront about how likely your claim is to succeed, any costs involved, and also whether we can offer to work on a no-win, no-fee basis.