Occupiers Liability

Occupiers’ liability is when an owner of a private property or a piece of land, such as a business, a school, a gym, a shop or a restaurant is legally responsible for any injury that a person suffers whilst on their land as a result of the owners’ negligence. An occupier of premises owes a duty to their lawful visitors to take reasonable care to ensure that they will be reasonably safe when using the premises.


If you have any questions call our friendly team on 0208 313 5111.


Examples of an Occupiers liability claim:


  • slips in supermarkets due to a spillage not being cleaned up

  • injury that is sustained due to someone failing to tidy up or make safe an area of a building

  • trips/falls as a result of badly fitted or damaged flooring

  • being struck by a falling object