Bracknell Forest Council spent almost £100,000 in compensation claims over the last five years.
105 personal injury claims were made to the Council by people who suffered trips, slips or falls in council-owned buildings or in public spaces.
Out of the 105 claims, only 13 of these were successful.
The largest payout from the last five financial years came in 2014/2015, when the authority forked out £22,500.
The council spent a total of £98,025.29 on compensating people who have suffered injuries in the borough from 2014-2019.