No-win, no-fee* public transport claims in Troedyrhiw
Have you been trying to find out more about public transport claims in Troedyrhiw? Whenever you use public transport, you expect that you will be safe as you do so. Not only should you expect that the bus, taxi or train journey will be free from accident or incident. You should also feel confident that the driver and any other staff employed by the owner of the vehicle will ensure your safety while they are driving.
In the vast majority of cases, a journey on public transport passes without incident or accident. However, in some cases this is unavoidable. If, however, the accident were to cause you injuries, you would have the right to make a claim for compensation for what happened to you. You can do this by contacting no-win, no-fee* public transport claims in Troedyrhiw solicitors.
Baby, it’s Cold Outside
In wintry conditions, the use of public roads does carry with it extra risks. This is true whether you happen to be in your own vehicle or a public one. In many cases, careful driving and good planning can help to avoid accidents or minimise the risk of one happening. However, if an accident were to occur which was the result of dangerous driving, you would have the right to seek a compensation claim against the driver and his employer for your injuries. You can contact no-win, no-fee* public transport claims in Troedyrhiw solicitors for help with the matter.
There are times when driving on ice that it is virtually impossible to avoid a skid or accident. This is because even with expert driving, there may be black ice which is not visible to the driver. What’s more, conditions can change so quickly from good to bad that the driver cannot possibly react or change his driving to accommodate. Of course, accidents will happen. If there is no fault to be found with the driver or his operation, it is unlikely that no-win, no-fee* public transport claims in Troedyrhiw solicitors could claim compensation for your injuries.
However, in addition to the driver, the company who own or operate the vehicle in question also have a responsibility. For example, the company or business which owns a fleet of buses has an obligation to ensure that all of their vehicles are in the peak of physical condition. This is especially true in the winter months. Should they fail to provide adequate winter tyres and the bus gets into difficulties, it may be the case that no-win, no-fee* public transport claims in Troedyrhiw solicitors could seek compensation. This money would be awarded to compensate for the injuries caused to any passenger as the result of the accident.
Seeking compensation via Accident Advice Helpline solicitors
An accident on public transport could have far-reaching consequences. You could need long-term medical treatment and time away from work. You will need to adjust your lifestyle to accommodate any injuries. If this is the case, Accident Advice Helpline offers a 30-second test. Take this test today in order to establish the validity of your compensation claim. Call us free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline. Alternatively, dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for sound, no-obligation advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 14th November 2014
Author: David Brown