A bus accident whiplash claim for compensation is made regularly by passengers who suffer neck, shoulder or back injuries from a bus accident where the bus driver or a third party driver are at fault.
As a bus passenger, you do not expect to be injured travelling to your destination, the bus driver has a duty of care to ensure their passengers are not injured due to bus driver negligence. In the main, passengers do of course reach their destination safely.
Whether the bus was hit by a taxi, another bus, car, van or lorry, or even if the bus hits a kerb, bollard, or brakes too heavily as it was driving dangerously, as a passenger, you are not at fault and so any injury which is sufficient to require medical attention and lasts several weeks can be claimed for. You can talk to us straight after the accident for bus passenger claims advice
The accident and injury should be reported to the bus company, on most occasions, the bus driver will take the names and addresses of injured passengers.
Bus Accident Whiplash Claim on a No Win No Fee basis
If you would like to make a bus accident whiplash claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis, please contact us. Maximum bus passenger whiplash compensation will be fought for.
We can be contacted on 0800 814 0014 or by clicking: Bus accident whiplash claim.
A stagecoach bus and a car were involved in an accident in Cardiff on Saturday. There were nine people injured in the crash, the bus was from Merthyr Tydfil. The car involved ended up in a garden of a house.
The accident happened at 1.40pm off the A470, the bus was carrying 20 passengers.
A seriously injured casualty was taken to hospital and put on a ventilator, however, police said on Sunday that the injured person is now stable and has been taken off the ventilator.
Injuries were suffered by passengers and drivers but the majority of injuries were said to be minor. The bus was a single-decker on route from Merthyr Tydfil to Cardiff.
Police are investigating the cause.
The Accident Advice Bureau help drivers and passengers injured in a non fault traffic accident to claim injury compensation.
Bus passenger injury claim Cardiff for no win no fee compensation
Bus passenger claims, as well as claims for drivers, we handle are on a no win no fee basis and maximum compensation will be fought for. There are strict timescales in which to make a driver or passenger injury claim.
Please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or claim by clicking: Driver & Passenger Injury Compensation Claims.
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A female pedestrian has recently been injured by a bus in Norwich. The accident happened in one of the main shopping streets.
It was the number 44 Sanders bus which was involved in the accident. The bus was heading in the direction of Tombland at the time.
Initially there were reports which were saying a male was running out of a shop and got hit by a bus, it later emerged it was a lady with a buggy who was knocked over. Ambulances were on the scene very quickly and took the pedestrian to hospital. It is understood she was the only person to suffer injuries.
The police attended and closed the road while investigations were being carried out. They are currently appealing for witnesses to come forward. There is CCTV in the area which will help to determine what happened.
It is not yet known if the injured pedestrian can, or will make a claim for injury compensation as a result of the bus accident.
Pedestrian injured by a bus compensation claim no win no fee
In order to make a pedestrian claim for injuries, the pedestrian must not have been at fault for the accident.
A pensioner was injured on a bus as she was thrown with force as the bus took a sharp turn. This happened in Botley, Oxford as the stagecoach bus turned from West Way into Eynsham road.
The pensioner, Rae Taurff, hit her head on the pole in the bus causing a severe cut to her head. The bus accident resulted in the lady going to hospital and having eleven staples to her head.
There was an off duty nurse at hand who was offered paper towels, by the bus driver, to stem the bleeding. She refused to use these. The blood was pouring from the severe cut.
Other passengers were offering tissues to help, but these are not sterilised and could cause further medical problems.
Following the bus accident the driver stopped and dialled 999. An ambulance arrived and took Mrs Taurff from Witney to the John Radcliffe Hospital for treatment.
Mrs Taurff suffered a 10cm long deep cut to her head which is why staples were needed, she had to stay in hospital overnight.
The bus is not required to carry a first aid box, as this ruling means that only buses or trains which travel at least 50km are required to carry the first aid boxes.
The pensioner is trying to get buses to carry first aid boxes as there are many bus accidents which can leave passengers initially untreated. Mrs Taurff believes the cost of a first aid kit is minimal compared to the difference it could make to a passenger injured on a bus. The Oxford Bus Company spokesman Mr Phil Ashworth said “We have no plans to put first-aid kits on local buses. We believe it’s best for the passenger for us to get professional help as soon as possible” Stagecoach buses are said to be considering carrying first-aid kits.
Passenger hit pole on bus accident claim no win no fee compensation
Bus passenger claims for compensation can be made by calling us or by clicking: Injured on a bus.