BUS ACCIDENT SOLICITORS - INJURY COMPENSATION CLAIM - no win no fee*HELPLINE: ☎
Our specialist lawyers who are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts, offer free legal advice on bus accident compensation claims. Our bus accident solicitors operate the no win no fee* scheme otherwise known as a conditional fee agreement. No legal charge is payable unless the legal case is won and the client obtains an award of compensation. In the event that the legal claim is lost there is no charge made to the client.
What We Do
If you have been injured our bus accident solicitors offer plenty of experience, a successful track record and a friendly helping hand. We will carefully assess all of the circumstances and advise clearly on the strength of the case and the likely level of compensation. We are not a claims management company and your case will be dealt with by a qualified solicitor from start to finish.
Bus Accident Solicitors Advice
If you would like advice at no cost on bus accident compensation claims just use the helpline or complete the contact form or email our offices and a member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts will speak to you on the telephone with no further obligation.
- carefully preserve you ticket or other evidence of travel
- write down the name, address and telephone number of others involved in the accident
- obtain the name, address and telephone numbers of any witnesses
- if the police are involved obtain the officers name and collar number
- make a note of the registration number, make and model of all the vehicles involved
- take a careful note of the date and time of the accident, the street and city and weather and road conditions
- draw a diagram showing the positions of the vehicles, people and property immediately before and after the road traffic accident
- take photographs of the damage to your vehicle, and the road layout
- visit a doctor to document any injuries and take photographs of any visible injury
- obtain details of the insurance company and policy number of all the parties involved
Negligence is careless behaviour causing loss or injury to an other person.
In order to succeed in a claim for compensation it must be proved that someone else was negligent and that the negligence caused injuries and other losses.
Is the amount a case is worth and is usually classified into general damages, special damages and future loss. Interest may also be added to any damages awarded.
Covers items which cannot be quantified precisely the main item of which is usually compensation for pain and suffering.
Covers items of loss which can be calculated reasonably accurately including loss of earnings, travelling expenses, cost of medical treatment and medicines, damaged personal property, and the excess on an insurance policy.
The calculation of these is complex and the court will apply a discount to allow for the fact that the money will be received all at once rather than over a period of years and can therefore be invested and earn interest.
Interest may be payable on some items of damages.
If state benefits are received these may be repayable from any damages awarded at the end of the case.