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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Public transport accident in Buckley


    Had an accident on public transport?

    Thankfully, public transport in the UK is strictly monitored for safety and it is therefore a secure way to travel.

    There are legal regulations in place that oblige the carriers to put passenger safety first at all times. So they should ensure that regular mechanical checks are carried out on their vehicles, and that any drivers they hire are qualified and reliable. Although public transport might not always be the most comfortable way to travel, you can expect to arrive at your destination without accident or incident.

    Sometimes however, even the most safety conscious driver can be involved in an accident. If it is caused by another vehicle, then they might not be able to avoid becoming caught up in a collision. As a passenger, you could be at risk of sustaining a whiplash injury, or broken bones if you were thrown out of your seat. If the impact of the crash caused windows to smash, then you might even have to deal with deep lacerations or a head injury.

    Public transport accident in Buckley

    Well, if the bus in which you were travelling was involved in a collision, and you were injured as a result, then you might be able to claim compensation.

    In fact, if you have been injured under any circumstances while using pubic transport, then you may be able to proceed with a claim. If you were not to blame for the accident, and it happened within the last three years, then you are fully supported by the law in the UK if you choose to seek justice.

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    Claim experts at Accident Advice Helpline

    To talk about your public transport accident in Buckley with an expert, all you have to do is contact Accident Advice Helpline. You can chat to one of our friendly advisers right now, as our free telephone helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    When you get in touch, a member of the team will ask you a few simple questions about your accident, and the nature of the injuries that you sustained. They can let you know if you are indeed entitled to compensation, and they will talk you through the claim process. There is no fee for this service and absolutely no obligation to move forward with a case.

    No win, no fee personal injury claim

    When you call, don’t forget to ask about our 100% no win, no fee compensation promise. That means that you will not have to pay a single penny in legal fees if your claim is unsuccessful. And with no upfront fees involved, there really is nothing holding you back from getting in touch.

    Simply call 0800 689 0500 from a landline to connect with Accident Advice Helpline right now.

    Date Published: 23rd June 2015

    Author: David Brown

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