Trying to work out who is to blame for bus accidents in Merseyside can be extremely difficult. If you were a passenger, how do you know whether the driver is at fault, or another road user, or whether there was a problem with the vehicle which caused the accident?
The time following an accident can be difficult if you if do not know these things, and it can make things even more confusing if you are thinking about making a claim for personal injury compensation. This is where Accident Advice Helpline can help.
Helping you with claims for bus accidents in Merseyside
When there is an accident involving a form of public transport, the police are more than likely going to be called to the scene. This is even more likely if someone has been injured. They will take notes, photographs and take statements from everyone who has been involved in the accident. They will examine CCTV footage – most public transport vehicles are now fitted with it and compile a report. This is extremely useful if you are considering a claim for a public transport accident in Merseyside.
We will then collate all of this information on your behalf, and see if we have the basis to make a claim against the third party who was responsible for the accident. We will need a copy of your medical records to show what treatment you received, and the full extent of your injuries.
Injuries arising from these sorts of accidents can be quite serious, as there is no legal requirement to wear seat belts on buses and trains, and luggage is often unsecured. This can lead to head injuries, broken bones and cuts and bruises.
Choose Accident Advice Helpline
We have been working to help victims of accidents win personal injury compensation since 2000 – that is more than fifteen years of experience.
Each one of the 25,000 enquiries that comes through our call centre each month is handled with respect, integrity and high standards of professionalism. That is why we have the support of Dame Esther Rantzen, the popular TV personality and consumer rights champion. If they think you have a good chance of success, our lawyers will take on your case under a no win, no fee guarantee, and there is nothing to pay to start your claim.
Get in touch by visiting our website and taking the 30-second test. You can also text ‘claim365’ to 88010, or phone for free on 0800 689 0500. If calling from a mobile, phone 0333 500 0993.
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Date Published: 20th September 2015
Author: David Brown