Accidents at Train Stations or on Trains
Train stations are busy places and sometimes accidents can happen. Have you suffered a personal injury at a train station or on board a train? Perhaps you tripped up in the car park, on the platform or maybe you are a rail worker who has been injured at work.
If you have been injured on a train, on the station platform or on any other railway premises and the accident was not your fault, you could be entitled to make a compensation claim in Wellingborough.
There are many types of accidents that can occur at a train station and on board a train. Some examples of these accidents include:
- Slips and trips caused by spillages, litter or other hazards;
- Defects, for example damaged seats or train doors;
- Hit by luggage, which can fall from shelves if not stored properly;
- Food poisoning caused by buffet or restaurant food; and
- Burns and scalds caused by hot drinks.
Whether you are a passenger or a railway worker, Accident Advice Helpline’s team of specialist lawyers are here to help you make a successful compensation claim in Wellingborough.
Train Station Management Duty of Care
The train station management have a duty of care to protect your safety the moment you step on their property, and they continue to have this duty of care even when you are on board their trains. If they fail in this duty of care and you are injured as a result, then you stand a fair chance of winning your compensation claim in Wellingborough
If you’ve slipped on a wet floor, tripped on broken paving or suffered any other type of accident at a train station or on board a train, and you believe that the train station management have been negligent, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0992 from a mobile. You can also fill out an online claims form or request a call back from us. Find out in less than 30 seconds from our compensation calculator how much your claim could be worth.