South Holland District Council has paid out more than £40,000 on trips and falls in the past five years.
According to a Freedom of Information request, 16 personal injury claims were made against the council, though 10 of those did not result in a payout.
In total, trips and falls cost the council £40,130.57.
The largest pay-out was £20,689.80, after someone tripped on broken pavement in Pied Calf Yard, in Spalding.
Two other high claims included £8,538.77 for tripping and falling on a bridge and £7,434 for breaking a foot in a pothole.
One claim remains open, which is for £2,209.67 after a radiator fell off a wall.
A South Holland District Council spokesperson said: “We take the health and safety of residents extremely seriously and the council has a robust inspection and repair procedure in place however, sadly, accidents do happen.”
They encouraged people who spot a potential hazard to report it “as soon as possible” through the online link https://www.sholland.gov.uk/
As reported previously, Greater Lincolnshire councils have reportedly had claims made against them for a number of bizarre reasons including falling off donkeys, walking into noticeboards and getting friction burns from slides.
Unsuccessful claims to South Holland included someone climbing over a fence at Ayscoghfee Hal and impaling their leg on a rail, another people fell through an aviary roof and one person was struck by a revolving door.
The district council which paid out the most was South Kesteven District Council, with £146,247.89 of claims.
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