The London Underground has a global reputation and is one of the most iconic networks of its type in the world. However, it can be tougher to use the Underground with a pram than you might expect. Read on if you are looking for tips about travelling on the underground with a pram.
Need advice on travelling on the underground with a pram?
The vast majority of Tube trains do have areas suitable for prams. However, you may run into problems if you try to travel with a buggy or pram on the Central, Waterloo & City and Bakerloo lines. A large number of stations offer step-free access. You may be able to get help from a member of staff if you need to carry a buggy up or down the stairs, though staff can become very busy which means this is not always possible. Hopefully, by following these steps you’ll be able to enjoy a fuss-free experience whilst travelling on the Underground with a pram or a buggy.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help you get compensation if you have had an accident on the Underground or any other similar network and it was not your fault. We have vast experience when it comes to helping people get compensation for accidents that took place on public transport and always assign the right kind of legal professional to you. This means if you do need to make a claim and you are eligible to do so, you’ll be working with a solicitor with vast experience of public transport-related claims.
Need to make a claim?
There are many ways you can become injured whilst using the London Underground. You may come to harm because of faulty equipment or loose steps. If a platform becomes overcrowded, you could even be accidentally pushed onto the tracks or you could have your limb trapped in a door. Slips, trips and falls are amongst the most common accidents we claim for when it comes to the Underground. To find out if you are likely to have a case and how much compensation you could be getting, call 0800 689 0500 on your landline or 0333 500 0993 if you’re using your mobile. Why not find out where you stand today?
Date Published: May 10, 2017
Author: Accident Advice