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Treating bus accident injuries

Being a victim of any accident can be traumatic, but when the accident was not your fault and it turns your world upside down, you’ll be looking for ways to find new meaning in your life. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we are well aware that many people who have had accidents suffer in ways that aren’t just physical.

Treating bus accident injuries is one thing, but what about the loss of income while you can’t work? What about dealing with an employer who is hostile to what has happened to you? What if you can’t drive or look after your children? These can all be side-effects of having an accident that was not your fault, and at Accident Advice Helpline, we want to make sure they are rectified.

We can help you if you’ve been involved in an accident

It doesn’t matter what sort of accident you have had. If you have received medical treatment for your injuries, if it occurred in the last three years and if you weren’t at fault, then you can make a claim for compensation. Call us to start the process today.

We help clients from all over the UK with their personal injury claims. We’re one of the largest personal injury law firms and have years of experience in the field. We can help if you’ve been involved in a slip, trip or fall, if you’ve had an accident at work, or if you’ve had an accident on the road.

We have won claims for compensation for thousands of clients involved in public transport accidents, including buses. So if this has happened to you and you want to claim for your injuries and expenses, get in touch. Treating bus accident injuries can take time, and you need to be financially stable to really aid your recovery.

Treating bus accident injuries

Taking a bus accident as an example, it may be that you’ve been involved in a public transport accident. Perhaps the bus stopped suddenly and you fell forwards, breaking your wrist. If this is the case, the accident is not your fault and you can make a claim.

We’ll need to know all about your accident; when and where it happened, and we’ll also ask about your treatment too. How long was your wrist strapped up, for example? How much time did you have to take off work? Did you have any other expenses thanks to the accident? Itemise these for us and provide receipts where you can. We can claim all of these costs back for you.

Contact Accident Advice Helpline today

So if you have been treating bus accident injuries, then chat to the claim experts at Accident Advice Helpline today. We make claiming simple and stress free. Call us on 0800 689 5659.