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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 : Train accident claim

    How to claim railway station accident compensation


    Travelling by rail is a popular way of getting around in the UK, whether you are going cross-country or a short distance. Many people use trains to commute to work, or to travel for recreational purposes. Train travel is relatively safe but accidents can occur while on the train or at the platform or railway….

    Compensation for falling down train station stairs


    ContentsHow easy is it to determine whether negligence was involved?Taking care where you treadTrain stations are busy places throughout much of the day. This is particularly true if they are located in busy areas, especially in cities. The staff are trained to ensure the stations are safe to use at all times and do not….

    Mind the gap! Dangers on station platforms


    ContentsTrain station accidents and injuriesAccidents on trains and at stationsChecking travel accident claim eligibilityWe are all told from a very young age of the dangers of slips, trips and falls around the train station. The infamous yellow line that musn’t be crossed, a rail safety measure that is ever-so-rightly drilled into us from being small…..

    Obey the yellow line on station platform!


    ContentsWhy is the yellow line there?Ice/slippery conditionsWindy conditionsAir pocketsAre yellow lines mandatory?How dangerous is train travel in the UK?Slip, trip and fall injuries at stationsIf you have travelled by train in the UK, chances are you have seen the ubiquitous yellow line, found on most station platforms. Most of us don’t stop to question why….

    Who do I claim against for a railway injury?


    Making a railway injury claim for compensation after a major train accident can be daunting as not only is the experience traumatic, but the aftermath of a serious incident will probably involve an inquiry and possibly a criminal trial. The compensation amounts are also likely to be high as the injuries sustained are more serious….

    Claiming for a train accident


    Claiming for a train accident is much easier than you think, when you come to Accident Advice Helpline. We’re a law firm that was established in the year 2000, and since then we’ve been able to help thousands of our clients win the compensation they deserve for injuries received in accidents that they didn’t cause…..

    Treating train accident injuries


    If you’ve been involved in a train accident and would like to make a claim for compensation for your injuries, one of the most important things to consider is how and where your injuries were treated. Treating train injuries is usually a matter of expertise, and if you’ve attended a hospital or a walk-in centre,….

    How you could become involved in a train accident


    It has probably never crossed your mind that you could end up having an accident on public transport, but across the country, dozens of people are injured in public transport accidents every day. Have you thought about how you could become involved in a train accident, for example? These days, trains tend to be overcrowded,….

    The long term effects of being involved in a train accident


    The long term effects of being involved in a train accident may not be immediately obvious if your injuries have healed. However, for many people, the trauma of being involved in any accident, on public transport or otherwise, can be extremely debilitating. You may have been involved in an accident on a train, or on….

    The cost of claiming for a train accident


    If you’ve had a train accident, no matter how minor, if the accident was not your fault, then you should be thinking about making a claim for compensation. Doing this through us here at Accident Advice Helpline is incredibly straightforward, and usually, one phone call is all it takes. If you’re worried about the cost….

    How to claim train conductor injury compensation


    Checking tickets, issuing fines and allowing passengers to buy tickets on board the train are all tasks which are in a day’s work for the average train conductor, but you may also be involved in ensuring passengers leave the train at the next station if they’re unable to produce a ticket or pay for their….

    Train accident personal injury


    ContentsWhat to do after a train accident personal injuryHelp with a train accident personal injury claimNo-win, no-fee** train accident personal injury claimMake your train accident personal injury claim todayHow to get in touchRailway accidents happen every year in the UK. Annually, the ORR (Office of Rail and Road) in the UK releases statistics for the….

    Injured on a train


    Have you been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault? Are you considering claiming for compensation? To find out if you can make a claim, contact Accident Advice Helpline today. I have been injured on a train. What should I do? The first thing you should do is get yourself checked out by a….

    Injured on a train journey


    Have you been injured on a train journey in an accident that wasn’t your fault? Are you considering claiming for compensation? To find out if you can make a claim, contact Accident Advice Helpline today. Injured on a train journey and wondering what to do? The first thing you should do is get yourself checked….


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