Injury solicitors in Ilkeston
Just because you’re travelling in poor weather conditions won’t mean that the individual or company that is responsible for your carriage will be any less responsible for keeping you safe from becoming involved in an accident that was not your fault while en route to your destination. In fact, quite the contrary. When conditions make travelling hazardous, the person or organisation that is responsible for getting you from A to B should be extra aware of their duty to ensure your safety, and make sure that the chances of you suffering an injury as a result of an accident that was not your fault remain as slim as is possible.
This will be true regardless of whether you’re travelling in a private car, on a train, plane, coach, taxi or limo. If the weather outside is frightful, your transport provider has a duty to make sure that your safety is not put at risk as a consequence. If this means cancelling your journey, then so be it. It’s likely that you will typically be pretty peeved if a journey you needed to make was cancelled due to poor weather conditions.
In fact, it may even be likely that your first response to cancellation might be to contact the person or company that was arraying your carriage to complain. But if you think about it, surely it would be better to postpone or cancel your trip if this means avoiding becoming injured in an accident that was not your fault? Although you might well be able to launch a personal injury claim with the help of good 100% no win no fee injury solicitors in Ilkeston if you were hurt, it would be better to avoid being injured in the first place.
Travelling in poor weather conditions
If your injury solicitors in Ilkeston can prove that someone or something else was responsible for your injuries, you might have a personal injury case on your hands.
To find out if you might have a case for compensation after suffering an injury as a result of an accident that was not your fault that came about while travelling in poor weather conditions, call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.
Date Published: 10th January 2014
Author: David Brown