There are many ways you could get injured as a train passenger, leaving you in need of train passenger injury advice. Trains are a relatively safe mode of transport in terms of frequency of derailing and crashes. However, the gap between the train and the platform edge presents a real danger; while walking down the carriage when the train is in motion, falling luggage, or even spilt hot coffee can result in injuries that require medical attention.
If you have suffered an injury as a train passenger, whether through a crash or a slip, trip, fall or accident on board, you should seek professional train passenger injury advice to find out your legal options.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that has been in operation since 2000. We specialise in personal injury law and we have helped thousands of people win financial compensation.
We employ the best personal injury lawyers and our advisors are well trained to give you train passenger injury advice that you can rely on. This initial advice is free and, should you decide that you want to take legal action against the person responsible for causing your accident, one of our expert lawyers will manage your case on a no-win, no fee* basis.
Claiming for compensation
Making a claim for compensation may feel like a daunting task, but when you contact us for train passenger injury advice we will explain just how simple the process can be.
Not everyone qualifies for making a claim, so if you would like to gauge your chances of being eligible visit our homepage and use our 30-second test. Completing this test is simple and as the name implies, it doesn’t take long. When you submit your answers you will be told if you have a chance of claiming and how much you could be entitled to win.
If you are eligible to claim then we will need to prove the following:
- The accident occurred within the last three years.
- Someone else was responsible for the accident that caused your injuries.
- You received medical treatment for your injuries.
These three conditions are essential for making a claim, so we will need as much evidence as possible to prove them. Evidence will typically include things like photographs, medical notes and witness statements. When you call us for train passenger injury advice we can talk you through how we will help to gather the evidence for your claim.
Contact us for personalised train passenger injury advice
If you would like train passenger injury advice that is tailored to your specific needs, give us a call at any time of the day. We have a 24–hour helpline that you can reach on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993.
One of our advisors will listen to you, answer your questions and tell you everything you need to know about your legal options. At no point will be pressure you to take further action, but if you would like us to pursue a claim on your behalf then we will offer you an unparalleled service that will give you the best chance of success.
Date Published: October 1, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd