Accident solicitor in Reading


Do you think you need an accident solicitor in Reading?

Although you may own your own vehicle, using public transport can often be an easier way to travel. As buses and taxis can use dedicated lanes, travelling by public transport can mean that you’re able to avoid traffic. However, if you find that you’re hurt or injured whilst using public transport, you may need to make a compensation claim, and you may think that you need an accident solicitor in Reading to help you. You don’t, just call us at Accident Advice Helpline.

Accidents on public transport

Whilst some people may suffer injuries on public transport if a collision occurs, there are other ways that you could get hurt. If you were travelling by bus, for example, and the seats were damaged, you could be hurt because of the fixtures and fittings.

As this is the responsibility of the bus company, it’s likely that they would be held liable for your injuries and an accident solicitor in Reading could help you to claim compensation from them, but it is probably cheaper to use our services.

Similarly, another passenger may accidentally cause you to sustain an injury, and you could make a compensation claim against them, with our help instead of that of an accident solicitor in Reading.

Before you begin your claim, you may be interested to know just how much your claim is worth. If you’d like to know how much compensation you might obtain by taking legal action, why not use our simple 30-second test?

By answering a few simple questions about the type of injuries you’ve sustained, you could find out just how much compensation you could be entitled to receive. You can take our online 30-second test, or call an advisor, but remember that any figure you are given can only be a rough estimate of the amount you might be awarded.

Of course, we can help you to obtain more than just compensation for your physical injuries. If you’ve suffered emotionally because of the incident, or if you’ve incurred any expenses as a result of getting hurt, we could help you to claim additional compensation.

Call us at Accident Advice Helpline now

If you want to find out more about claiming compensation, or if you’ve sustained injuries in an accident that was not your fault, why not contact us at Accident Advice Helpline? We’re always happy to help new claimants and you could benefit from making a no-win, no-fee* claim with us.

Simply call us at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do our very best to assist you with your compensation claim.

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