If you’re injured through no fault of your own when you’re travelling on the Tube in and around London, a good accident injury claim law firm Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make a no win no fee* in Edgware claim.
The Central Line derailment 2007
Accidents happen all the time on the London Underground. In rare cases they’re major incidents like the derailment on the Central Line in 2007, when an 8 car train travelling at 67 km/g left the rails between Bethnal Green and Mile End tube stations. 520 passengers were trapped underground for 2 hours before finally being led along the tracks by a rescue team, to emerge at Mile End. 13 people received treatment for minor injuries at the scene of the crash, while a further 8 passengers sustained serious injuries, and were detained for treatment at hospital.
No win no fee* in Edgware
Accidents and incidents that result in personal injury happen on the Tube all the time. It’s hardly surprising considering that last year alone 1.171 billion people travelled by tube. Thankfully most accidents and injuries are on a smaller scale, although that doesn’t mean they are necessarily any the less harrowing for the unfortunate victims.
If you’ve been injured in an accident or incident on the tube that was no fault of your own, you are entitled to claim for financial compensation, and Accident Advice Helpline are standing by to help.
With any claim for personal injury there are always a number of things that must be taken into consideration in order to validate your no win no fee* in Edgware claim.Open Claim Calculator
- The accident or incident that is the cause of the injury must be the fault of someone other than the injured party
- The nature of the injury that has been sustained must be serious enough to warrant a claim for compensation being raised
- Medical proof of the injury will be required
- The incident/injury must have happened within the past 3 years
How the value of any claim is assessed
The amount of compensation that may be awarded can vary greatly from case to case and is dependent on things such as:
- The nature of the injury
- The severity of the injury
- The circumstances in which the injury happened
- Any loss of earnings
- Any expenses incurred as a direct result of the injury
You can get an estimate for the amount of compensation you could be awarded by using the HOW MUCH calculator on our website’s homepage. It takes only 30 seconds to answer 6 simple questions and to be given a figure.
It’s free to use, as part of our: no win no fee* policy, as recommended by Esther Rantzen
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