Dear Angus Council,
Please find my FOI request below in relation to injury claims from pedestrians falling on pavements in your area.
For the last 12 months from the latest date available please provide the following data - broken down into months or quarterly figures if possible.
1) How many claims were received from members of the public as a result of falling on pavements?
2) How many claims were successful?
3) Please provide the total value paid out a a result of these successful claims.
Dear Mr Cutler
Thank you for your information request dated 29 November 2017 (received by
Angus Council on 1 December 2017).
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Martin Friedrich | Paralegal-FOI | Place Directorate - Legal & Democratic
Services| Angus Council |Angus House | Orchardbank Business Park | Forfar
| DD8 1AN | LP8 Forfar |Tel: 01307 476246 |Email:
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Dear Mr Cutler
I refer to your request dated 29 November 2017 received in this office on
the same date.
Attached is the information you requested.
Manager – Executive Support
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