How do you get to work or go shopping?
Public transport is a lifeline for so many people, regardless of where they live. From the quiet country lanes of rural villages, to the hustle and bustle of cities, public transport is important.
When you board the bus or a train, you do so on the assumption that it is safe to do so. But, accidents can happen – and when they do, the impact can be life-changing.
Hurt in a public transport accident in Mansfield?
If so, tell us about it as we could help you claim the compensation to which you are entitled. But, with so much misinformation circulating on making a claim or how to go about doing it, it is important to get the right facts. But, where do you get these from? How do you know you can trust the source of the information?
Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
We are a law firm specialising in helping victims of all kinds of accidents claim compensation for personal injuries. To match our specialism, we have been working with clients for nearly 15 years to claim the financial justice they need after an accident.
Endorsed by Dame Esther Rantzen, as a law firm we have an enviable reputation for standing up for accident victims as well as offering excellent customer service. We stay up to date on all law changes related to compensation claims and personal injuries, so that you can trust that the information you get from us is tailored to your case.
Eligibility – how is it assessed?
Every case with us starts in the same way: we need to look at your case, the basic facts and so on, and assess it against the criteria laid down in law. This way, you get to know right away if your case is eligible or not.
How to get your case started
There are a few ways you can find out is your claim for compensation after a public transport accident in Mansfield is eligible or not:
- Log on to our website and complete the 30-second test, which you will find on the home page. Answer the questions using the options from the drop down menus and press the button, and within half a minute you will have an answer.
- Call us. Our phone lines are open 24 hours a day, every day of the week with our friendly, knowledgeable staff waiting to talk through your case. There is no obligation to continue, so there’s no pressure when you call.
Injuries from a public transport accident in Mansfield can be life-changing and compensation could be yours, so call us on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 29th June 2015
Author: David Brown