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Sainsbury’s Compensation Claims


tsminilogoSupermarkets and large retail outlets need to be managed carefully and kept free from all kinds of potential hazards. Every year, hundreds of people suffer as a result of supermarket negligence. This can affect both customers and employees of the supermarket. If you’ve suffered any injury in a Sainsbury’s that wasn’t your fault or suffered food poisoning as a result of mis-sold of mis-prepared food, get in touch today. Tylers Solicitors can provide a complete range of Sainsbury’s compensation claims to help you get the money and justice you need.

Whatever kind of injury you’ve suffered as the result of a supermarket accident, get in touch with Tylers today. If you’ve suffered a serious physical injury as a result a supermarket’s negligence, our team are here for you. It is also possible for you to suffer food poisoning as a result of mis-sold or mis-prepared foods. This can include wrapped products which are out of date, mis-prepared or contaminated deli products, or unsafe foods from the Sainsbury’s café. If you’re looking to make Sainsbury’s compensation claims following a minor or serious supermarket injury, get in touch with our team today.

What Can Sainsbury’s Compensation Claims Cover in the UK?

If you’ve suffered any kind of injury following a supermarket accident that wasn’t your fault, the Tylers team are here for you. We can help you to make a claim for compensation following any kind of supermarket injury. Our no-win, no-fee legal team have years of experience when it comes to all kinds of personal injury claims against retailers and employers. Whether you are a customer or a Sainsbury’s employee, our team are here for you.

Just some of the accidents or events that our no-win, no-fee personal injury claims can cover include:

  • Slips, Trips and Falls. These can include:
    • Slipping on a Wet Floor.
    • Tripping or Falling Due to a Pothole in a Tesco Car Park.
    • Tripping on Loose Shelf Runners and Fallen Stock.
    • Falling or Stumbling Due to Incorrectly Fitted Handrails.
  • Injured by Falling Stock.
  • Product Liability Injuries, including:
  • Mis-Sold or Out-of-Date Food Products.
  • Unsafe or Contaminated Deli and Café Foods.

No matter what kind of minor or serious injury or condition you’ve suffered, our team are here for you. Our no-win, no-fee team can work with you to make a claim against the company responsible for your injuries. Whether you’ve suffered due to negligence or a failure in customer care, our team are here for you.

How Much Could Your Sainsbury’s Compensation Claims Be Worth in the UK?

The amount of compensation that you receive will depend on several different factors. The most important factor is the severity of your condition. For example, you will receive a great deal more compensation for a long-term, life-altering injury than a short-term condition.

Some of the other factors which will always be taken into consideration during any supermarket injury claim will include:

  • The Level of Negligence Displayed by the Supermarket.
  • General Damages, including Your Pain and Suffering.
  • Any Long-Term Health Conditions, including Psychological Damage.
  • Travel or Medical Expenses Incurred.
  • Loss of Wages Due to Injury or Hospitalisation.

In the table below, we’ve listed some of the compensation amounts that you could be entitled to. The amount of compensation you receive will depend on the range of factors above. Your final compensation amount will normally be within these guidelines. However, there are occasions when the overall compensation amount will be higher or lower than the guideline amounts.

Sainsbury’s Compensation Claims Injury Amounts

Type of Sainsbury’s Supermarket InjuryDescription of Supermarket InjuryAmount of Compensation
Minor Food Poisoning to Severe ToxicosisIf you’ve been unfortunate enough to suffer any kind of food poisoning as a result of a supermarket’s negligence, you could claim for compensation. Most of these cases are based on relatively mild food poisoning, from which you are likely to recover from in a few days or weeks. The most serious kind of food poisoning (severe toxicosis) can often take many months to recover from. In some cases, severe toxicosis can leave you with long-term difficulties and health conditions including diarrhoea, IBS or constant nausea.£730 to £46,040
Minor to Serious Ankle InjuriesSome of the most common kinds of injuries to occur in supermarkets are ankle and lower leg injuries. Slipping, tripping or otherwise falling can cause minor to serious health conditions. While most of these injuries are simply sprains, some can be much more serious. If you’ve suffered any kind of ankle injury, you could be able to claim compensation. Some of these injuries can cause long-term conditions, and even make it difficult or painful to walk.£1,475 to £53,000.
Minor to Serious Head InjuriesWhether you sustain a head injury by falling or by having stock fall on your head, any kind of head injury can be serious. Even minor ones can cause short-term or long-term problems. In the worst cases, serious head injuries can cause brain damage, permanent facial injury and other life-altering conditions.£11,650 to £307,000.
What are the Most Common Causes of a Sainsbury's Supermarket Injury?

Any retail outlet can be a potentially harmful place if not managed correctly. Supermarkets need to be maintained and any hazards identified quickly. The most common causes of Sainsbury’s injuries can include:

  • Wet Floors and Spillages.
  • Incorrectly Stacked Shelves.
  • Uneven Surfaces.
  • Unmarked Hazards.
What are the Common Causes of Spillages and Wet Floors?

The floors of Sainsbury’s, and any supermarket, can become unsafe when wet. These floors become wet after cleaning, fridges or freezers leaking or customer spillages which create unsafe surfaces. The surfaces can become extremely unsafe if not dried and cleaned up promptly.

What are Incorrectly Stacked Shelves?

If shelving units are stocked too high, or with too great a weight, they can become unsafe. It is possible for these shelves to break, or simply spill stock onto the floor below. Falling stock can be a serious risk for customers and employees.

What Counts as an Unmarked Hazard?

There are dozens of potential hazards which can cause issues in supermarkets like Sainsbury’s. These all need to be clearly marked or blocked off to prevent access. These unmarked hazards can include:

  • Uneven Surfaces.
  • Wet Areas.
  • Potholes and Other Potential Trip Hazards.
Can I Claim for Food Poisoning from Sainsbury's Cafes and Delis?

If you’ve suffered food poisoning as a result of Sainsbury’s mis-preparing or serving contaminated foods, you could be able to claim for compensation. This food needs to have been sold to you in an unsafe condition or passed its Use By date.

What’re the Differences Between Use By, Best Before and Sell By Dates?

Supermarkets use dates to indicate a food’s condition. These include:

  • Best Before – Can still be sold after the date but may have deteriorated.
  • Use By – No products can be sold after their Use By date.
  • Sell By – No legal relevance but is used for stock control.
I’ve Suffered Food Poisoning from Sainsbury's Deli/Café – Can I Make a Claim?

If you’ve suffered any form of food poisoning as a result of unsafe food from Sainsbury’s delis or cafés, you will be able to claim. Simply get in touch with our team today.

Am I Eligible to Make Sainsbury’s Compensation Claims in the UK?

If you’ve suffered any injury caused by negligence on Sainsbury’s behalf, you’ll be able to make a claim for compensation. Whether you’ve been unfortunate enough to suffer a slip, trip or fall, or you’ve been hit by falling stock, you’ll be able to make a Sainsbury’s compensation claim. Here at Tylers Solicitors, our experienced team of no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to get the compensation you’re entitled to. Our team can even work with you to get compensation following a food poisoning injury that wasn’t your fault.

Whether you’re an employee of Sainsbury’s or a customer, get in touch with our team today. We can work with you to get the personal injury compensation you’re entitled to. Our experienced solicitors and legal experts can provide complete support throughout the legal case.

If you’re looking for a dedicated and professional legal team to make Sainsbury’s compensation claims on your behalf, contact Tylers today. Our no-win, no-fee personal injury experts can work to get you the money you need to move on with your life.

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For Sainsbury’s Compensation Claims, Get in Touch with Tylers Solicitors

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can work with you to provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee personal injury services. Our experienced legal team can help you to get the supermarket injury compensation you’re entitled to. Whether you’ve suffered a physical injury or minor to serious food poisoning, get in touch with our team today.

For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our no-win, no-fee legal team today. Whether you experienced a supermarket injury or an accident at work, our personal injury solicitors are here for you. You can reach our professional team by calling us directly on 0800 699 079. You can also send any questions or concerns through our simple online contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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