BUS INJURY CLAIM
BUS INJURY CLAIM. Despite highly trained drivers and strict legislation, bus accidents are unavoidable and occur frequently for various reasons.. If you have been injured or financially harmed as a result of a public transportation accident involving a bus, taxi, or train, you can always make a claim because it was not your fault. Bus injury cases are among the most common claims made in such circumstances.
Causes of accidents resulting in a bus injury
On the road, most accidents are caused by either the driver’s or the passenger’s negligence. The bus company is liable for any injuries sustained by passengers.
Bus driver inattention, reckless driving, slick or broken roads, or defective brakes are all major causes of bus accidents. A bus may hit a pedestrian or injure someone inside due to slips and trips or the electric bus doors. It makes no difference who is at fault; as long as the other party’s negligence can be proven, you can always make a claim.
When it comes to a bus claim, who should you claim against?
Worried about who to claim against in the event of an accident if the exact cause cannot be determined?
What happens if a city bus is involved in an accident or if you hit a city bus?
The solution is straightforward: tracking blame is not your task.
You can always submit a bus injury claim because the Health and Safety Act of 1974 requires bus companies to protect passengers on board and in the vicinity.
So, if a bus hits your car or injures you, you can make a claim without worrying about the process.
How much Compensation for a bus accident injury?
Making such claims has always been difficult because determining who to sue and how much compensation is due is difficult. You need the best solicitors in the UK to examine your case and help you win it. For this reason, proving complete negligence is critical in a bus injury claim.
How do I claim compensation for a bus crash?
You must prove that a third party’s carelessness caused your injuries in order to file a bus accident claim.
The bus or public transportation provider has a duty of care for all of its passengers.
If you can establish that their negligence caused your injuries, you may be entitled to sue the bus company for compensation.
Can you claim whiplash on a bus?
If you’ve been in an accident on a bus, you may be wondering if you can claim whiplash.
The answer is yes, but only if the accident was caused by someone else’s negligence.
If you’re not sure whether or not you have a case, it’s best to speak with a personal injury lawyer who can assess your claim and advise you on the best course of action.
At HD Claims we offer free claims assessments so there’s no risk involved – just call 0141 280 1112 and we’ll help you through the process.
How long after an accident can you make a claim Scotland?
You can make a personal injury claim if you’ve been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault and it happened within the last three years.
If your case is successful, you could be awarded compensation for your injuries.
Making a claim as soon as possible after your accident will give you the best chance of success.
Our team of experienced solicitors at HD Claims can help you with every step of the process, from gathering evidence to negotiating with the other side. With no win no fee on offer, there’s nothing to lose by getting in touch today.
All our initial consultations are free and we won’t charge any fees until we win your case. So call 0141 280 1112 now for a free assessment of your bus passenger accident claim Scotland-wide (including Glasgow).
Bus injury compensation
Making a claim in the event of a bus accident or any other accident involving public transportation has been made simple by our skilled solicitors for you at Hamilton Douglas, who will thoroughly examine your case.
If you’ve ever fallen from or on a bus, or been injured when a bus collides with your car, call us for free legal advice from top Scottish solicitors. We work on a no-win, no-fee basis to ensure you win your injury claim and receive your due compensation. For further information, call HD legal; our contact number is posted so you can reach out to us at any moment.