If you have been injured slipping on grape in a Aldi, you may be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation against the grocery storeĀ“s public liability insurance policy. All grocery stores must purchase insurance to cover personal injury claims resulting from the negligence of the policy holder or grocery store staff. Negligence means that the staff has failed to ensure that the grocery store was safe, and that too little was done to protect you from coming to harm while shopping.

In order to claim compensation for slipping on grape in Aldi, you must be able to prove that the store staff have been negligent. Since a grocery store does not owe its customers an absolute duty of care, a slip on a grape on the floor in Aldi does not necessarily mean that a claim for slipping on grape will be possible. Only if negligence can be established and proven can a claim for a grape slip in Aldi be made. It may be necessary to establish that the grape had been present on the floor for an unacceptable amount of time in order for a claim for being injured slipping on a grape in Aldi to be successful.

Due to the problems in proving negligence when claiming compensation for slipping in Aldi, it is important that the best claims advice is sought. Our team of independent lawyers are highly experienced and will help you prove negligence and build a strong claim for compensation for being injured in Aldi. Call us today on our Freephone claims helpline and take the first step towards recovering compensation for a grape slip in Aldi.

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