Bury-St-Edmunds a huge place for public transport and many people use the town for commuting and leisure purposes every day of the week. It is served by a railway station, operated by Greater Anglia which has trains running seven days a week. There’s also Bus services which link the town centre with the main residential housing areas of the town.
From November 2012 Sunday bus services were introduced over some of these routes. There are regular bus services to the neighbouring towns including Ipswich, Thetford and Newmarket. The daily National Express coach services between Victoria Coach Station in London and Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft stop in the town, as does the cross country service between Clacton-on-Sea and Liverpool which travels via Cambridge, Peterborough, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester.
With also these different methods of getting around, it is no surprise that there are sometimes public transport accidents in Bury-St-Edmunds.
Public transport accidents in Bury-St-Edmunds
All of the above brings many people into Bury-St-Edmunds on a highly regular basis, many of these people are in a rush to reach their destination especially the commuters and we all know how frustrating the ‘rush hour’ before and after work can be, with horns blaring and people rushing, the roads are not at their safest during these times. It is the most usual time for public transport accidents in Bury-St-Edmunds to happen.
From the small to the huge we deal with claims for – Whiplash, Broken Bones, Head Injuries, Fatalities and many many more. We work alongside your medical team, they provide the health recovery and we provide the financial recovery. If you have been involved in an accident, the chances are you will have incurred some financial losses as a result, whether this is time off work for medical appointments or the actual loss of your job due to your injury we can have all those costs, and many more, fully reimbursed on top of your compensation award.
Maybe there are things you have had to pay out for such as mobility aids, prescriptions or home help, we can also have this covered. We are here for you to help and as our celebrity endorser, Dame Esther Rantzen says – ‘’If you call Accident Advice Helpline, I promise you will receive free advice, that no money is required to make a claim and no win-no fee means exactly that.’’
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Call our free phone number today on 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of our trained advisers about your accident. We will tell you, initially, if you are eligible to make a claim and also how much your award is likely to be. We are contactable 24/7 and if we cannot respond straight away we will call you back.
Alternatively you can visit our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk and submit a 30 second claim form for a call back, you can also use our ‘compensation calculator which will give you an idea of what you could receive and read further information on the Accident Advice Helpline’s website.
Date Published: 31st December 2013
Author: David Brown