Claims can be made across multiple forms of public transport. The UK’s public transport system holds itself to very high standard, but when accidents do happen, there is often the basis for a solid claim. Some such examples are:
Bus accidents accident claim
Bus injury claims can result from rash or incompetent driving. This does not necessarily imply a collision with another vehicle. You could suffer whiplash from a driver braking too suddenly or an injury from a corner being taken too sharply.
Train accidents claim
Train injuries are often based around slips, trips and falls. As mentioned, boarding issues and mechanical errors can often act as ground for a public transport accident claim. Baggage falling on trains can also cause injury to passengers, as can damaged seating and handrails.
Ferry accidents claim
Ferry claims can arise from unsecured luggage or dangerous objects falling or sliding and impacting passengers.
Hit and run claims
A Hit and Run claim in which a pedestrian is involved in a road traffic accident and the driver flees the scene.
Accidents on the tube claim
Underground rail claims among which violence from fellow passengers, slips and falls or dangerous conditions may be the grounds for a claim.