Although it is possible to claim compensation for slipping in Safeway; wet floor claims must be supported with evidence of the grocery storeĀ“s negligence. Negligence is a legal term meaning that a grocery store has failed in its duty of care to provide you with a safe environment in which to shop and has not taken all appropriate actions to prevent accidents from occurring.

If you have been injured slipping in Safeway on a wet floor, you must establish that the store staff have been negligent for failing to clean the floor promptly. If cleaning could not be arranged quickly, a wet floor sign should have been placed over the hazard. Failure to do so is also an example of negligence, and would give you grounds for making a claim for a wet floor slip in Safeway.

In the case claims for slipping on a wet floor in Safeway, evidence of negligence can include witness statements, store CCTV footage, store cleaning records and photographs of the hazard which caused the fall. A personal injury lawyer will be able to help you obtain evidence of negligence to support Safeway wet floor claims for compensation.

For accurate legal advice about making claims for slipping on a wet floor in Safeway we invite you to call our Freephone claims helpline. You will be advised whether you qualify for making Safeway wet floor claims to recover financial losses due to the accident, in addition to receiving recompense for pain and suffering.

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