Have you been injured on public transport in Hawarden?
Although people are often aware that a Hawarden accident can happen whilst they are using public transport, often they overlook the fact that a being injured on public transport in Hawarden can occur in places such as train stations and bus terminals.
Accident Advice Helpline is on hand to provide you with the help you need to make a claim if you have been injured on public transport in Hawarden. As many stations have more than one platform, there can be numerous trains arriving and departing at one time.
In addition to this, larger stations can have hundreds or even thousands of people moving around and attempting to get to their trains. This combination of moving trains and overcrowded platforms can put people in danger and it can mean that a commuter accident is more likely to occur.
Accidents can happen to any of us
Of course, it isn’t possible to prevent every Hawarden accident from occurring and there is a chance that you could have been hurt whilst in a station or at a bus terminal. If you are hurt in this way, it’s possible that your injury could be directly as a result of your travel or it may simply have occurred whilst you were in a station or a terminal.
For example, many stations now feature a range of cafes, shops and takeaways. If you happen to be hurt or injured whilst getting something to eat or drink, your Hawarden accident may not directly be related to your travel but it may have simply occurred whilst you were in the station.
If you do suffer an accident whilst waiting for a train or bus and you want to make a claim for compensation, it’s vital that you identify who or what caused the incident. If, for example, you were hurt in a food outlet, the company could be responsible for the accident.
Alternatively, if another passenger caused an injury, you may need to make a claim against them. Of course, if station or train staff caused the accident, then it’s likely that the travel company will be held responsible and you could obtain compensation from them.
Get the right help if you have been injured on public transport in Hawarden
If you’ve been hurt but you’re not sure who to make your claim against, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline? We help numerous claimants obtain compensation each year and we may be able to help you too.
We’re happy to provide free no obligation advice so you won’t have to pay a penny to find out more about making your claim. Just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile to find out more today and our dedicated personal injury team will do everything they can to help you to obtain compensation for your injuries.
Date Published: 5th July 2014