Have you been injured on public transport in Rochdale? Public transport is a lifeline for so many people. Offering a cheaper alternative to the car in many cases, public transport is attractive for many journeys, from a trip to the shops to visiting relatives in other parts of the country. The bus or train is also a popular form of community too, especially in busier cities and towns where parking can present a real issue.
But accidents happen. The good news is that in most cases, the injuries are slight and the impact short term. There are cases, however, of when accidents can leave people with life-changing injuries. For those caught up in being injured on public transport in Rochdale, the event can be devastating.
Injured on public transport in Rochdale
When we are hurt, it can take time to recover. There are also times when the impact of the injuries sustained means that we cannot go on living and working the same way that we did before the accident.
Claiming compensation is a way of being able to adapt so that we can carry on living in a way that you desire. It is also a way of getting back some of the expenses you may have faced as a result of being hurt. Some people need personal care and help at home in the first few weeks or months after an accident or incident, for which they can be financially liable. There is also the consideration of prescription charges. It is also a possibility that there may need to be adaptations in the home needed, too.
Compensation is one way of having the financial means of making these changes.
Make the next move – contact Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline have 15 years’ experience in helping people hurt in accidents claim the compensation to which they are entitled.
However, before starting a claim, we need to assess you case against the criteria as laid down in personal injury law. When you call us, we talk through your accident with you and are then able to give an indication of whether you have a claim or not.
There is no obligation when you call us, so there is no pressure and no fuss to continue with making a claim. Even better is that all cases for compensation are taken on using a no win, no fee policy, so there is no money needed up front.
Our phone line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week so you why not call and talk to us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile?
Date Published: 1st July 2015
Author: David Brown