Public transport operators and their drivers have a duty of care towards their passengers. If you have been injured while a passenger on a bus or on any other means of public transport, we are here to help you make a successful compensation claim.
for no obligation advice on making a claim.
We are specialist personal injury solicitors who are experienced in handling accidents caused by a wide variety of vehicles, and we can help you with most train, coach or bus accident compensation claims.
Being a passenger means that you cannot be held at fault for the road accident, so we'll look to pursue any and all parties responsible for your injury, whether that's the travel operator (i.e. the bus company) or another road user.
Public transport is heavily regarded as a safe, cost effective and eco-friendly method of transportation. However if an accident occurs whilst you are a passenger then you may be eligible to make a personal injury claim.
No matter what kind of injury you have suffered, we are here to make sure you make a compensation claim that will cover your medical and care needs for as long as you need them. Common accidents include:
The Public Service Vehicles (Conduct of Drivers, Inspectors, Conductors and Passengers) Regulations 1990 provide that a passenger has the right of a claim if a driver has been negligent or if there has been a breach of statutory duty.
If you are looking to make a compensation claim, it can be beneficial to collect supporting evidence as soon as possible. The evidence you collect can be a range of simple things but can really benefit your claim.
Here are a few examples:-
Call us today on 08000 93 00 94 to discuss your claim with one of our advisors, or complete an Online Claim Enquiry and we'll call you back.
If you're worried about having to pay legal fees if you lose, don't be. Public transport accident claims are normally dealt with under a 'no win no fee' arrangement.