There are quite a few market towns dotted all over the UK, and one of these is called Bishop’s Stortford. It is quite a well-known area, and it is home to over 38,000 people. It is located on the far eastern side of Hertfordshire, on the boundary that joins that county to Essex. Residents find it easy to use public transport to reach other areas, including London, as this is in the commuter belt. Thanks to the high safety standards on public transport of all kinds, it would be a rarity that someone travelling from this area would have any need to find injury solicitors in Bishop’s Stortford.
It is easy to hop on a train here to reach such destinations as Charing Cross in London, and also Cambridge. Other local destinations can be reached via local bus services. It is also very easy to drive from the area to other places, thanks to the proximity of the M11 and the M25.
Using public transport safely
If you decide to use public transport, you should make sure you pay attention to any safety information that is provided by those in charge of the relevant service. For example, on train station platforms, make sure you stand well back from the edge so you do not come too close to the trains. Additionally, on buses, make sure you stay seated until the bus stops, so you are not in any danger of falling or tripping by walking around before the bus has stopped.
Of course, accidents can happen, and if you are hurt in an accident while using public transport, you may suffer from injuries that will affect the way you live your life. Minor injuries may only be a problem for a short while, but more serious injuries can be difficult to live with and may affect the way you work – if you can work at all.
Finding assistance when you need it
The best thing to do if you are ever injured in this situation is to contact Accident Advice Helpline for expert advice. Trying to find injury solicitors in Bishop’s Stortford, or wherever else you may have been injured, is not the easiest method to use. Searching for a company who might be able to help simply isn’t necessary.
All you have to do is call 0800 689 0500 and you will receive free advice from our team.
Date Published: 28th December 2013
Author: David Brown