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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

    What is the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS)?

    The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is a UK registered charity which aims to ‘protect human life through the promotion of transport safety for the public benefit.’ It advises members of the House of Lords and House of Commons on road, rail and air safety and identifies solutions to transport safety problems, looking at aspects such as effectiveness, cost and achievability.

    PACTS has four main functions; these are:

    • Promoting information on safety using seminars, conferences, publications and the Westminster Lecture on Public Safety
    • Providing parliamentarians with an independent advisory service relating to transport safety
    • Lobbying and persuading and promoting solutions to transport safety problems
    • Responding to government, public and parliamentary proposals for safety improvements

    The organisation has two conferences a year, usually held in March and October, plus the yearly Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety in December. PACTS is also a founding member of the Brussels-based European Transport Safety Council (ETSC).

    If you have been involved in a road, rail or air accident, you can propose safety improvements to PACTS, or contact them for advice. You may also be eligible to claim compensation, by contacting a personal injury lawyer.

    Injured on public transport

    If you’ve been injured whilst on a plane or travelling on a train, you may be able to claim compensation from the airline or train company in question. It all depends whether anyone is to blame for your accident. For example, a train crash on a line which has not been properly maintained may mean the train company has been negligent. In cases like these, you have a good reason to claim compensation for your injuries, however you have suffered. Contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after your accident and find out whether you could be eligible.

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    Am I eligible?

    When you call Accident Advice Helpline, we’ll usually be able to tell you within 30 seconds whether you have a viable claim. However you have been injured, our team of professional personal injury lawyers can offer confidential, no-obligation advice and a 100% no win, no fee* service. You can trust us; we’re accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, and we’ve been helping customers claim the compensation they deserve since 2000. It’s free to call our 24/7 helpline and we can get the ball rolling on your claim or answer any questions you may have, so call us today.

    Date Published: September 9, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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