Yeovil is a vibrant market town with a population of 40,000 situated at the Southern Boundary of Somerset, 130 miles from London, 40 miles south of Bristol and 30 miles from Taunton. This fabulous market town attracts visitors all year round with a whole host of events, sporting tournaments and leisure activities.
Whilst the majority of the time Yeovil is a fun and safe place to be there is always those rare and unfortunate times when people find themselves caught up in nasty accidents.
People who have been injured in accidents through no fault of their own should not suffer in silence. They should seek justice and claim cash compensation for their injuries. Of course when nursing injuries and trying to recover this may be the last thing that people feel like doing. This is where Accident Advice Helpline comes in to save the day.
Injury Lawyer in Yeovil
Accident Advice Helpline is nationwide company meaning we have injury lawyer teams all over the UK. Including the injury lawyer in Yeovil team. So wherever you are and what ever has happened we can provide you with the very best injury lawyer.
The injury lawyer in Yeovil team like all of our Injury Lawyer teams will provide you with the legal advice and information that you need. As well as representing you and your case legally. All this will be done on a no win, no fee* basis.
The injury lawyer in Yeovil team can deal with all kinds of injury claims and have dealt with all types of accidents including accidents on trains.
Statistics have shown that passengers suffer an accident on a train in several ways. Actual train collisions account for a very small proportion of all injuries. Passengers are much more likely to suffer a slip, trip or fall. Some of these falls have actually been fatal. Accidents at the platform-train interface are also fairly common. This includes passengers getting on and off trains. Contact with an object or person also accounts for some further injuries. A small number of people have been struck by a train on a station crossing.
For most of us a train is a way of getting from one location to another but for many people the train and the train station is a place of work. Workers can get injured on trains and in stations just like in any other place of work. If you are a train worker and have been injured because of something that your employer did then you may be able to claim compensation. Perhaps you have been injured because of something that your employer did not do. This may include providing you with suitable training. Under these circumstances you may also be able to make a claim. The highest number of accidents is recorded for the infrastructure workforce. These tend to be the jobs related to maintaining the railway line and involve equipment, machinery and working alongside the track.
If you have experienced any of the above situations and wish to seek compensation for your injuries you should contact the injury lawyer in Yeovil team.
Date Published: 3rd November 2013
Author: David Brown