Have you been involved in an accident or sustained an injury whilst working as a taxi driver and are now need taxi driver injury advice? You may have been involved in a road traffic incident that was not your fault. Driving a taxi can be highly lucrative, but it also has its risks as you navigate your way through sometimes-unpredictable traffic, weather, or conditions not of your own making. Whatever the accident you were involved in, if it was caused by someone else, required medical attention and happened in the last three years, you may be eligible to claim financial compensation.
Taxi driver accidents
Working on the road can have its risks. You may have been driving a taxi for years and know your routes like the back of your hand. Yet the unexpected can always happen. The road may have been recently worked on and left in an unsafe condition, other road users may drive irresponsibly, or your passengers may have acted in an unexpected and dangerous way. Unfortunately, experience and skill can only safeguard you up to a point.
No win, no fee*
Your initial call to us is free of charge and places you under no obligation. If we think that you have a potential claim for your accident as a taxi driver, we will refer you to one of our expert personal injury lawyers. Your lawyer will advise you as to your best course of action, which may involve settling early. Your lawyer works on a no-win, no-fee* basis.
About Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline offers advice free of charge via a 24-hour telephone helpline. Accident Advice Helpline was set up to help those with relatively little or no legal experience, to ensure that your rights and entitlements receive the same care and attention as those with more experience.
Call us today
Our friendly, expert call handlers will take you through a few questions about your accident and should be able to tell you quickly if your case has a chance of legal success. You can also start by checking our free online injury claim calculator. It will take you through a few easy questions and then tell you what your claim could be worth.
Date Published: May 4, 2014
Author: David Brown