Public Transport Claims
If you were injured whilst travelling on public transport you may be able to bring a compensation claim for your injuries. Public transport covers buses, coaches, trains including the Eurostar, the underground, ships and aeroplanes and includes accidents that happen both in the UK and overseas.
If you have been injured whilst travelling on public transport and the accident was not your fault then our expert team of personal injury solicitors will be able to bring a claim for compensation on your behalf, against the carrier e.g. the plane, bus or train operator.
We are already helping people who have been affected by the cancelled Eurostar trains.
Dedicated RTA Unit
Our specialist RTA Unit will make use of our exclusive online case management system to work closely with insurers to make sure your claim is processed within tight deadlines, ensuring you receive your compensation as quickly as possible.
Our experience of public transport compensation claims
Whether you were injured through driver negligence, defective equipment, or in some other way, our expert team have the experience and knowledge to help with your public transport claim.
We offer a free initial consultation to evaluate the circumstances of your accident and help you understand whether or not you have a case. Plus we will run your case as a Conditional Fee Agreement which means that you will keep 100% of your compensation and will not have to pay us any money, win or lose.
Please note that claims against ship or areoplane carriers have to be brought within two years rather than the usual three that applies to other personal injury claims.
Speak to one of our specialist personal injury solicitors about your public transport accident claim
Please call 0800 916 9046, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the short public transport traffic accident online enquiry form. Our dedicated public transport accident claim solicitors operate from London, Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff and Edinburgh and can offer immediate and accessible representation anywhere in the UK.