If you work as a ticket inspector, you will most likely have experienced a number of risky incidents, so you may need to ask for ticket inspector injury advice. Passengers can sometimes be a danger to ticket inspectors, or you may have been working at a busy time, such as during post-football match periods. You may have been involved in an accident caused by a passenger, your employer or a member of the public. If you are looking for ticket inspector injury advice, you have come to the right place. Accident Advice Helpline has been making successful claims since we were established in the year 2000.
What to do after an accident
To make a claim through Accident Advice Helpline, you need to show that someone else caused your ticket inspector accident. An unhappy or frustrated passenger (due to your employer’s negligence or because of an unforeseen incident) may have injured you, intentionally or otherwise. If you are unsure if you can start a compensation claim, you can ask us when you contact us for more details and background information.
The basis of a strong accident claim is typically proof that it was caused by someone else, along with a copy of your medical record that clearly shows the effect the accident had on you and receipts for any medical expenses related to your accident. Working on public or private transport, there is likely to be video footage of your accident, unless you happened to be just out of view. Passengers or colleagues who witnessed what happened to you can also support your claim. When you ask for a copy of your medical record, ask your doctor if it has been updated and is as detailed as possible when it comes to your ticket inspector injury.
When you contact us, we will review your case and tell if you if more details are needed to support your claim. You can already start by noting down as much as you can remember about what happened, focussing on factual details and how your accident was caused.
Your employer’s responsibilities
Your employer has a legal obligation to look after your health and safety. Perhaps you were injured because the transport you were working in was unsafe or because it broke down. Your employer may have broken health and safety regulations to obtain excessive cost savings or failed to warn you about particular dangers. If you think you have a valid claim to make against your employer, call us so that we can tell you how to proceed.
How to contact us
To contact us, simply call our free, 24-hour helpline. The number to call is 0800 689 0500. You can also text ‘claim365’ to 88010 and one of our friendly advisors will call you directly on your mobile. We also operate a website with lots of information and advice, if you prefer to check this first. Another option is to use our free, 30-second claim calculator. The calculator can tell you what your claim could be worth, and is available at any time of the day.
Date Published: July 21, 2015
Author: David Brown