Personal accident claims in Troon
Some people love travelling to and around Troon by bus and other people just hate it! The advantages of bus travel are clear – the convenience of not being stuck in traffic and not having to struggle to find a car parking place when you arrive. There is no need to concentrate on the road so you are able to relax. It is undeniable that travelling by bus is also a good option if you have consumed some alcohol. On the down side – some people find buses noisy and uncomfortable and do not enjoy having to wait at bus stops in the rain. Then there is the added uncertainly about whether the bus is going to turn up!
Of course accidents involving buses can occur anywhere and Troon is no exception. If you were a passenger on a bus that was involved in an accident in the Troon area then you may be thinking about making a personal accident claims case. You can start this by calling the leading law firm Accident Advice Helpline at any time of the day or night on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Personal accident claims in Troon for bus accidents
There are thousands of casualties involving buses and coaches each year in the UK and so it is likely that eventually someone will have to start a personal accident claims case. Personal accident claims in Troon can arise because a bus has pulled away from a bus stop too quickly and a passenger has fallen over or can arise because the bus has hit something such as another vehicle or a bridge.
How personal accident claims in Troon work
The company operating a bus service has a duty to protect your health and safety whilst you are a passenger on the bus. If this has not happened and you have been injured in an accident then you can start making enquiries about a personal accident claims case. This is achieved by calling a legal firm with huge expertise in claiming for bus accidents – Accident Advice Helpline. They will provide full legal support for your case on a no win no fee* basis.
Personal accident claims in Troon – Public service buses cases
Public bus services do not always require passengers to wear seatbelts. In fact, many passengers stand during the journeys and the journeys are usually short. Safety issues can arise as passengers are getting on or off the bus as the driver may pull away quickly from a bus stop. It is also dangerous to block the aisles with cases or shopping bags.
Personal accident claims in Troon – Coach and minibus cases
Modern coaches and minibuses are now required to be fitted with seatbelts. It is very important that you use these where they are provided and it is vital that you ensure that all children are using a seatbelt. The seatbelts may not be the ideal size for young children but are generally considered as better than no belt at all. If you are travelling with very young children then it may be a good idea to talk to the coach company about using a child seat on the coach.
Date Published: 4th August 2013
Author: Sharon Parry