Coles Compensation Claims
Coles Supermarket Compensation Claims
Coles is the second largest supermarket chain in Australia with over 1,500 stores and 100,000 employees. While Coles strives to uphold high standards, there are occasions where accidents happen.
If you have been injured while at an Coles store, no matter whether you were doing your shopping, or you work there, you may be entitled to compensation.
What are the potential hazards at Coles supermarkets?
Coles are known for their large supermarkets. The number and variety of products found in one store can potentially lead to several different in-store hazards.
Coles like other business, has a responsibility to maintain a safe store. Some common grocery store safety issues that might present themselves at Coles stores include:
- Faulty refrigeration and freezer cases leaking water
- Food debris in produce areas
- Discarded boxes near the self-bagging counter
- Wet floors near the store’s entrance and exit from rain or snow
- Slick aisles if products leak from packages
When these kinds of safety concerns are present in a supermarket, they have the potential to cause slip and fall accidents if they are not identified and corrected
I’ve had an accident in a Coles supermarket. How do I know if I have a claim?
You do not expect a simple shopping trip to end in injury, but it can, and does, happen. Depending on the type of accident you’ve experienced, and whose fault it was, you may be able to make an Coles compensation claim.
Our team of specialist compensation lawyers will provide you with expert advice and let you know if you have a claim worth fighting for
I work at Coles. Can I make a claim for an accident I have been involved in?
While Coles supermarkets may not appear a dangerous place to work, all workplaces can be dangerous if they are not maintained and managed effectively. No matter whether you want to make a claim due to and injury resulting from incorrect training or you wish to launch a back-injury workers' compensation claim, Firths can assist.