If you were involved in an accident working as a ticket inspector, you may have suffered a serious physical or psychological injury. You may be thinking – can I claim for an injury as a ticket inspector? Perhaps a thoughtless passenger caused your injury, or the transport you were on was dangerous to work in. If your ticket inspector accident happened in the past three years and was caused by someone else, you should give Accident Advice Helpline a call on our free, 24-hour helpline.
How did your accident happen?
You are likely familiar with the types of complaints you can be subjected to on a daily basis. Working as a ticket inspector can require a thick skin and a high degree of calmness, so that you are not provoked into unprofessional behaviour.
If you were badly injured through someone else’s careless actions, you could be entitled to accident compensation. Being compensated for your injuries, which may have meant you had to take time off work and lose a part of your salary, could be an important part of your recovery.
If your employer caused your accident as a ticket inspector, you also have a potentially strong claim to make. Any breaches of health and safety rules made by your employer support your right to financial recompense.
Get expert advice and no-win, no-fee* legal representation
When you call us, one of our associates will ask you about your injury as a ticket inspector. To help us give you the best advice we can, you should be able to give us as many factual details as possible – where and when your accident happened, who caused it, who else was there at the time and what evidence is there to support your accident claim. We will run you through exactly what sort of documentation or evidence could strengthen your claim when you call us, but it can help if you start by writing down as much as you can remember about your accident.
If you have a valid claim to pursue, we will pair you with one of our expert personal injury lawyers. All of our lawyers work on a no-win, no-fee* basis. This leaves you free to concentrate on your recovery during the legal process.
What should I do next?
You can start by carefully considering what evidence there is to support your accident claim. Also, ask your doctor for a copy of your medical records. Ensure that it is up to date and clearly marks what medical assistance you needed as a result of your accident. Keep any receipts for expenses related to your accident, such as prescriptions or travel to and from your doctor’s office or hospital.
Talk to one of our friendly team for no-obligation advice. The number to call is 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: July 21, 2015
Author: David Brown