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Public Transport Accident Claims

Public Transport Accident Claims

Many people use public transport as a regular form of travel.  People do not always realise that if they sustain an accident whilst on a bus, coach, train (including the Eurostar) ship or aeroplane, they may be able to claim compensation.

If you or someone you know has suffered an injury caused by an accident on public transport, Farleys Solicitors LLP may be able to help you. Our experienced personal injury solicitors have helped many people to claim compensation and work on a no win no fee basis.

To speak to a solicitor about your public transport accident claim, call 0333 331 4802 or alternatively, you can email us  and one of our solicitors will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.

Can I Claim Compensation?

If you have suffered an injury whilst using public transport either here in the UK or abroad, it is highly unlikely that you were responsible for this.  For example, the driver of the bus or coach may have carried out an emergency stop when it was not necessary or there may have been a collision between the vehicle upon which you were travelling and a third party vehicle or some other unanticipated obstacle.

Farleys Solicitors LLP have a wealth of experience in dealing with personal injury claims involving accidents sustained on public transportation. We have helped people claim compensation for injuries sustained during:

  • accidents on buses
  • accidents on coaches
  • accidents on trains (including the Eurostar)
  • accidents on trams
  • accidents in taxis
  • accidents on aeroplanes

As a lawful and innocent passenger, you may have a potential claim for compensation against the operating transport company.

Free Online Claim Assessment

Take our free assessment to find out if you have a public transport accident claim, or call us on 0333 331 5441.

Public Transport Passenger Claims – What is Covered?

The public transport operator ie. the bus, train, tram, taxi, ship or aeroplane carrier, has a duty of care towards passengers. If you have been injured as a result of an accident whilst a passenger, you may therefore be able to claim compensation for:

  1. any physical or psychological injuries
  2. medical treatment required as a result of the accident
  3. loss of earnings
  4. damage to personal items or clothing

We offer an initial free consultation where we will assess the circumstances of your accident and will provide clear, no nonsense advice as to the prospects of success and the most appropriate way to pursue your claim.

Contact a Specialist in Public Transport Accident Claims

We will be able to advise you at an early stage whether you have a non win no fee claim for compensation. Please call 0333 331 4802 or email us the details of your public transport accident, and a solicitor will respond to your enquiry.

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