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Home > News > Personal Injury News

25th January 2007

Compensation Victory after Slip on Ice

The claimant was employed as a school caretaker. The client slipped over as she was gritting an icy area outside the school.

The judge decided that although there was an obvious risk when gritting the ice it was necessary to ensure that an employee is instructed to do a job in a safe way

In this instance the judge ruled that safe training would be to ensure that the claimant was given time to allow ice to melt before walking on it and also by ensuring that she had suitable non- slip footwear to minimise the risk of an accident taking place.

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If you or anyone you know has suffered an injury due a slip trip or fall in a public place or as a result of an accident at work telephone us now for compensation claim advice.

Clear Answers' solicitors are experts in all personal injury matters. We will be able to advise you whether or not you have a valid claim for compensation. Our specialist personal injury lawyers will be happy to talk you through the process of making a claim in plain English and will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

If you have suffered any type of personal injury and believe you may have a valid accident claim for compensation, telephone us now on 0800 783 9019 or complete one of our online compensation claim forms.

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