If you have been injured due to an accident on a bus, sustained injuries on the train or suffered injuries due to an accident on any other forms of public transport, then you may be able to claim personal injury compensation.

Public transport carriers such as airplanes, buses, coaches, taxis and trains have a duty of care to all passengers they carry. If a passenger is injured while in their ‘care’ due to no fault of his/her own (or only partial fault), then that passenger could be entitled to compensation.

If you have been injured due to an accident involving a carrier, such as hurting yourself when a bus or train broke hard, or being injured due to defective equipment on coaches or airplanes, or even suffered food poisoning on a cruise ship, you could be entitled to personal injury compensation.

If the accident occurred in England or Wales within the last 3 years, then we can help you win personal injury compensation (typical settlements fall between £2,000 to £10,000) and to recover any other loses you incurred (including loss of enjoyment of a holiday) or are likely to incur in the future (e.g. inability to perform certain tasks).

Our highly skilled personal injury lawyers will claim the maximum amount of compensation you deserve; and we can do this for absolutely no cost to you regardless of whether your claim is successful or not. All our costs will be recovered from the company at fault (via their insurers).

Speak to one of our claims specialists today for honest advice on your claim prospects. Alternatively, fill in our online form and one of our staff will respond to you within 24 hours.