Supermarket Injury ClaimsSeptember 27, 2022 ⚊ 1 Min read ⚊ Views 72 ⚊ FINANCE
Hundreds of people suffer injuries in supermarket accidents each year. These injuries can be both minor and very serious. Supermarket injuries can be caused by wet, slippery or sticky floors, obstacles blocking the path of aisles, objects falling from a shelf or high point and onto customers or staff below, and damaged pavements or facilities in the parking lot.
All supermarket owners have a duty of care to the members of the public that enter their premises. They need to take reasonable steps to ensure that shoppers feel safe and are kept safe, while on their property. It makes no difference if you were injured in ASDA, Aldi, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Bo-Op, Lidl, Waitrose or any other local supermarket-if reasonable health and safety measures have not been employed and you’ve been injured as a result, there is a good chance that you have the basis to make a supermarket injury claim.