PUBLIC LIABILITY CLAIMS
Public liability claims can be made when a person suffers injury in a public area or on private property due to the negligence of another person. Claims are made against the public liability insurer.
Common examples of public liability claims include:
- Slipping or tripping in a public place; and
- Dog bites, attacks or assaults.
However, claims are not restricted to these two categories.
If you think you might have a public liability claim due to an injury sustained at the fault of another person, we recommend you seek legal advice.
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