Public transport accident in Temple Meads


Temple Meads Railway Station is the 13th busiest UK railway station outside of London. With such a large quantity of people using Temple Meads every day, it is inevitable that accidents occur here on a daily basis, resulting in a public transport accident in Temple Meads.

Making a claim for a public transport accident in Temple Meads

If you are a railway passenger who has been injured, then you may wish to make a claim for a public transport accident in Temple Meads. As long as the accident in which you were involved was not your fault and medical attention was sought, and it has taken place in the last three years, then you should be able to receive compensation for your injuries.

A railway station is a busy and bustling location with many hazards available to injure innocent passengers. For example:

  1. If you are struck by a moving vehicle, such as a bus or taxi, whose driver is not taking due care whilst using the station forecourt
  2. If you slip, trip or a fall as a result of an uneven or wet floor surface
  3. If you are trapped by a faulty barrier or train door mechanism

Let Accident Advice Helpline help you to claim for your public transport accident in Temple Meads

Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we are proud of our unrivalled telephone helpline that enables you to talk directly and in complete confidence with a member of our team of experienced advisers. Regardless of the type of accident or severity of your injuries, you will be offered free, no-obligation advice that is relevant and reliable.

We always leave it up to you to decide if you wish to proceed with making a claim for your public transport accident. If you choose to do so, you can make an injury claim using our top quality specialist lawyers can represent you on a no-win, no-fee* basis.

To establish if you are entitled to make a claim for your public transport accident in Temple Meads, why not take part in our user friendly and accessible 30-second online test?  As the name suggests, this is a rapid and reliable online tool that enables you to check in seconds if you are legally entitled to make a claim for compensation. Not only does it provide clarification of your eligibility to make a claim, it also provides a useful estimate of how much compensation you could be awarded if your claim is successful.

Accident Advice Helpline: a call away

Let Accident Advice Helpline take away the stress of making a claim for your public transport accident. Just call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Call today!

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