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McDonalds Compensation Claims Information

It’s no secret that McDonald’s is one of the most popular fast food restaurants in the UK. However, sometimes things can go wrong. If you are an employee or customers that’s sustained an injury or been involved in an accident on the premises, then you could be entitled to make a compensation claim. Types of common claims we’ve dealt with are slips, trips & falls, burn and food poisoning

Do You Have Grounds for a McDonald’s Compensation Claim?

If you believe that you have reasons for a claim, you should contact a legal professional for a consultation. In a large number of cases, the establishment will try to appease the person who has been hurt to avoid having a claim filed against them. You should evaluate whether the injury is an accident which could occur at any other location or if the situation is due to negligence. If you determine that the injury is due to negligence, you may have a claim.

    Have You Had to Receive Medical Treatment?

    Those who have had to receive medical care as a result of an injury obtained at a McDonalds then you may have grounds for a claim, especially if the injury required x-rays, stitches, and other tests. Those who have existing medical conditions which were enhanced as a result of attending a McDonalds may have grounds for a claim.

    Do You Need Help Determining If You’re Eligible for an Injury at McDonalds?

    If you need help in determining whether or not you have grounds for a McDonald’s claim, please contact us. Our team of professionals will evaluate your case and work with you one on one to determine the options that are available to get you the compensation that you deserve. As claims are dependent upon the time frame from when the injury occurred to when the claim was filed. The longer you wait, the less apt you are to win your case. If you have had an accident at McDonald’s contact us and we can determine the best claim to file, we will file the paperwork for you in a timely professional manner.

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    What Types of Injuries are Typical at a McDonalds?

    When attending any public place, there is the risk of injury which is why risk assessments are a legal requirement to minimise potential accidents and injuries to the public. However, when these techniques are not adequately put into place, a person can suffer injury. The typical injuries that we make compensation claims for are food poisoning, trips, car park accidents and burning injuries.

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    If you’re looking for a trusted, UK provider of no-win, no-fee legal services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today! Our experienced team will work with you to get the maximum amount of compensation you’re entitled to, following any kind of injury that isn’t your fault!

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    Compensation Amounts

    McDonald's Compensation Claims Calculator

    If you picked up an injury whilst visiting McDonald’s, you could be entitled to make a claim. As personal injury solicitors, we will analyse your claim and the amount you will be owed depends on the severity of injury and how the injury was sustained. Use Tylers’ simple McDonald’s compensation calculator below!

    Slips, Trips & Falls Compensation Amounts

    At McDonald’s, floors should be regularly monitored and checked for risk assessment. If you have been in McDonald’s and slipped on a slippery surface with no apparent signs making you aware of it, then you could be entitled to make a claim.

    Up to £12,500

    Customer Burn Injuries Compensation Amounts

    In these instances, spillages and hot burns can sometimes end up causing scarring or permanent damage. If you’ve been a victim of a burning injury in McDonald’s, call our team today. These type of injuries can be extremely painful and also cause psychological distress.

    Up to £8,500

    Staff Burning Injury Compensation Amounts

    Unfortunately, staff burning injuries is the most common injury at McDonald’s. From day to day, employees are dealing with hot, fast food and working in a fast paced environment. You could be able to make a claim if you have sustained bad scarring from a burning injury if you have not been properly assisted with PPE.

    Up to £5,500

    Food Poisoning & Illness Compensation Amounts

    Food poisoning is often a result of food being prepared quickly and getting it out to the customer in the quickest time possible. While, most of the time this is great, sometimes it can cause food poisoning. If foods such as chicken haven’t been cooked for the right amount of time, it can cause food poisoning illnesses such as salmonella.

    Up to £15,000

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What Can You Claim For?

    A common question we often get on our initial calls with clients regarding McDonald’s claim is ”what can we actually claim for?”. The good news is, there’s lots of things you claim for such as loss of earnings, counselling costs, treatment costs and pain and suffering costs. The costs you may be able to claim for will depend on your unique injury, circumstances and the severity of your injury.

    Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee McDonald's Compensation Claims Solicitor?

    If you’re looking to work with the best personal injury solicitors around, you’ve found what you’re looking for with us at Tylers. We offer a generous no-win, no-fee service to aid you McDonald’s compensation claim. This means that you won’t have to worry about paying us anything until we’re successful with your claim. No win = not a penny spent!

    In fact, the even better news is that you’ll only ever pay us out the eventual settlement fee if we win your claim. So, don’t worry about money for now and let us sort out your money for you.

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