Council Compensation Claims

We work in partnership with National Accident Helpline, the UK's leading personal injury specialists.

Council Compensation Claims

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Not sure if you have a valid claim? Contact us for free advice, with no obligation to proceed.

Council Compensation Claims

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No win no fee takes the risk out of making an injury claim. If you lose your case, you don't pay a penny.

Council Compensation Claims

Talk to the experts

We work in partnership with National Accident Helpline, the UK's leading personal injury experts.

Council Compensation Claims

Free, no obligation advice

Not sure if you have a valid claim? Contact us for free advice, with no obligation to proceed.

Council Compensation Claims

No win no fee guarantee

No win no fee takes the risk out of making an injury claim. If you lose your case, you don't pay a penny.

Council Compensation Claims

Talk to the experts

We work in partnership with National Accident Helpline, the UK's leading personal injury experts.

Find Out How CouncilClaims Can Help You

CouncilClaims.co.uk is the UK’s leading website that specialises in connecting people looking to recover compensation for injuries caused by council negligence with expert solicitors. So if you have been injured in an accident, and you believe a local authority was at fault, find out if you have a valid claim by requesting a free consultation. To get started, call free on 0800 678 1410 or enter your details to request a call back.

The most common accident types that injury solicitors help people claim compensation against local councils for are as follows:

Trips on pavements

Trips caused by pavement defects such as potholes and raised or wobbly paving stones make up a high percentage of cases against councils. A sudden fall on a hard pavement can cause significant injuries, with the elderly and young children being particularly at risk.

Accidents at work

Councils throughout the UK employ over 1 million people in a diverse range of job types. Although some roles may be considered as inherently more dangerous than others, all working environments can pose the risk of accidents and injuries when the proper health and safety measures are not observed.

Accidents in council owned properties

Councils are responsible for maintaining thousands of properties throughout the UK. If they neglect their responsibility, leaving a hazardous situation that puts people at risk of injury, they can potentially be held liable for subsequent accidents.

The above situations are some of the most common accidents that injury solicitors deal with, but they can also help under many other circumstances where council negligence leads to a person suffering an injury.

To find out more information, or for an informal chat about an accident you or a loved one have had, please to do hesitate to contact an injury lawyer. You can request a callback by entering your contact details into the form below or call free on 0800 678 1410. An experienced and fully trainer legal adviser will be in contact as soon as possible to discuss your accident and explain how they can help.