£1,600 Compensation for Injury in Shop

Injury: nose

CASE-STUDY-HEAD.pngHelen was walking into a jeweller’s shop when suddenly, without warning, the door shutter fell down and struck Helen on her head and injured her nose. Helen took action against the shop owners and building contractors who were working on the door.

Helen was walking into a jeweller’s shop when suddenly, without warning, the door shutter fell down and struck Helen on her head and injured her nose. Helen took action against the shop owners and building contractors who were working on the door.

Helen was walking into a jeweller’s shop when suddenly, without warning, the door shutter fell down and struck Helen on her head and injured her nose. Helen took action against the shop owners and building contractors who were working on the door.

£3,200 Compensation for Shopping Injury

Injury: foot

Lara was shopping in a department store. She was looking at a shoulder height rail of clothes by a wall when she tripped on a glass panel that had been left on the floor. She then caught the side of the rail hurting her foot.

£20,000 Compensation for Injury in a Supermarket

Injury: head, neck, headaches

Barbara was awarded £20,000 for long-term headaches and neck pain. When she was shopping in the frozen food section at the supermarket Barbara lifted the lid of a chest freezer to reach inside. The lid hit her on the back of the head causing concussion. The supermarket was sued and Barbara was awarded damages.

£7,350 Compensation for Shopper in a Market

Injury: knee

While she was looking around the market Irene tripped over a metal bar that had fallen from one of the market stalls and was lying on the ground. She injured her left shoulder and both knees.