Slip in Tesco

#1 2010-12-14 01:20:23
blalum

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Slip in Tesco

Hi, I recently had an accident in my local tesco (slipped on some water they poured on the floor while melting the ice on the fish counter, no warning signs and a big puddle) and they have accepted liability. I have had the results of my MRI today and they say I have a "partial tear of the acl and poor patella tracking" which the specialist has told me I'm looking at 9 months of physio but will never be 100%. I hate to ask this as I'm not a money grabber but it would help me greatly if anyone has any ideas about possible compensation as I want to treat my children for chrimbo but will have to do it with loans then pay back when my claim is settled . I am female 29 and have also had to change my car to an automatic.

many thanks in advance
Lucy

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#2 2010-12-14 17:50:23
Innocent-Injured

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Hi Lucy,

It is the responsibility of the supermarket to ensure that all shoppers are reasonably safe whilst on their premises. Supermarkets must ensure that all spillages, breakages and obstructions are either cleaned or removed, sign posted and regularly checked so youâ??re not put at any risk of sustaining an injury.

My firm would be delighted to help you make a claim for compensation.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Alex.

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#3 2015-11-20 13:58:43
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#4 2016-09-13 20:19:16
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Shops takes the responsebility for their customers. If the shop was closed the suctomers shoud bot be there. IF they are - the responsebility is token.

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