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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Public transport accident claims

    Top 5 dangers of public transport

    Many people use public transport every day, and few will ever think of the potential dangers of public transport, regardless of the type used. In truth, most journeys will end well, and the transportation used will mean there are few instances where accidents or injuries occur. However, as you will see here, there are dangers….

    Public transport accident claims

    How often do you rely on public transport? Whether you take the bus, train, tube or some other form of public transport on a regular basis, you are putting your trust in the operator of the public transport in question. So, what happens if something goes wrong and you are injured? If you’re wondering how….

    Injuries that could be sustained from a public transport accident

    There are any number of different types of injuries that could be sustained from a public transport accident. But no matter what these injuries are, as long as they came about because someone other than the injury victim was to blame, that victim could be entitled to a significant sum of compensation. Here at Accident Advice….

    Who is liable for a public transport accident?

    You need to ask yourself who is liable for a public transport accident before you register a claim for compensation. One reason is that if the accident was entirely your fault, you won’t be able to claim. The other reason is that it may not be the public transport accident company that was to blame…..

    Public Transport Accident

    Have you ever considered how you could become involved in a public transport accident? Not many people have, and yet hundreds are injured every year on trains, coaches, and buses. One of the problems is overcrowding, especially in big cities like London. Rush hour is the worst time of course, when the tubes and buses….

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