There are many advantages to travelling by bus – it’s environmentally friendly, cost-effective and means you don’t have to fork out for car parking fees. It is also, statistically speaking, a safer option than travelling by car or train. Although passenger injuries resulting from crashes are relatively rare, they are still a risk worth bearing in mind for anyone travelling by bus or coach.
Every day tens of thousands of people travel on cross country coaches run by firms including National Express and Megabus, London buses run by TFL or on local services including First, Arriva, Go Ahead and Stagecoach, and with such a large number running it’s no surprise that accidents do happen.
If you’ve been injured while travelling on a bus, the experts here at YouClaim can claim compensation for your injuries or medical fees – contact us now on 0800 10 757 95, or fill out an online form.
There are many risks present when travelling by bus, including:
If you have sustained injuries in a bus crash such as whiplash, no matter how serious or minor, you may be entitled to claim compensation from the company that you were travelling with if they have failed in their duty of care towards you. Below are a few things that might help you when making a claim:
Speak to one of our friendly claims advisors today to make a bus accident claim. You can contact us via e-chat, our online live chat service, or fill out and send us a call back request by email and we will give you a ring at the time you tell us is most convenient.
You could also just give us a call on our freephone number, 0800 10 757 95, and begin your claim today.