Taxi passenger whiplash claims are made on a regular basis by injured taxi passengers who suffer neck and shoulder pain due to bad driving by a taxi driver or that of a third party driver.
Taxi passenger whiplash claims may be due to
- A taxi driver hitting a kerb
- Being injured when a taxi hit another car, van, lorry, motorcycle or cyclist
- A taxi hit a bollard in the road
- A taxi went too fast round a bend, lost control and hit a tree
What ever the cause, you could be entitled to make a taxi passenger whiplash claim if your injuries are sufficient to require a visit to the doctors or hospital.
There are strict timescales in which a claim against a taxi driver or company may be made.
Our solicitors handle claims for taxi passengers with whiplash on a no win no fee basis. They will work quickly and efficiently and gain maximum injury compensation for injuries suffered.
Please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or claim by clicking: Taxi Passenger Whiplash Claims.
Compensation claims for passengers injured in a car accident may be made on a no win no fee basis using specialist traffic accident claim solicitors through the Accident Advice Bureau.
A car accident causing whiplash injuries to the driver or passenger is so common that thousands of injury claims for whiplash are being made every week.
Whiplash is the term given to the overstretching of the muscles in the neck and shoulders which is usually associated with a sudden jerking motion from the car being hit in the front, side or rear.
A passenger whiplash injury may last anything from days to years depending on the severity of the traffic accident. It often has long lasting effects on home and work and could mean that there is a loss of wages due to having to take time off. If this is the case, the loss of earnings can be claimed for in addition to the suffering of pain.
Claims for passengers injured in a car accident need to be made within a three year period. This said, the vast majority are made very soon after the traffic accident.
Please contact us today for free advice on claiming for passenger injuries on 0800 814 0014 or by clicking: Passenger injury Claim for Whiplash.
A bus passenger whiplash claim for compensation may be made with specialist bus accident claim solicitors on a no win no fee basis.
As a passenger on a bus, you would expect to reach your destination safely and in the vast majority of cases this is true. There are however, occasions when a bus accident causes injuries to a bus passenger which can lead to a bus passenger whiplash claim being made.
Bus passenger whiplash claim for compensation
Whiplash is the most common injury suffered by a bus passenger injured in an accident. Whiplash describes the effect of the neck and shoulders being thrown backwards and forwards in a sudden movement. This can be from being hit in the rear, on the side or in a head on bus accident.
Any injured bus passenger can claim within a three year period of the accident, the vast majority are made very soon after the accident happens.
The injury must be diagnosed by a doctor in order to claim bus passenger compensation.
Our solicitors will fight hard to win the bus accident claim and then to achieve maximum compensation.
To find out if a no win no fee bus passenger whiplash claim can be made, please call us on 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Claim bus passenger whiplash compensation.
Taxi passenger injury claims for compensation for taxi driver negligence or for a third party drivers negligence may be made if an accident caused injuries to a taxi passenger which needed medical attention.
Unfortunately every year thousands of taxi accidents happen, some minor but some are far worse with long lasting effects to the injured passengers.
As a passenger, the accident would not have been your fault and therefore by contacting us, we can advise on making a claim for taxi accident compensation.
Main reasons why a taxi passenger injury claim is made include
- Hit in the rear in a taxi claim compensation
- Head on taxi accident claim for injury
- Taxi hit a bollard claim injury compensation
- Taxi went too fast round a bend and crashed claims
- Taxi accident on a roundabout injury claim
- Claim for being hit by another car in a taxi accident
There are so many reasons why a taxi passenger injury claim may be made, above are just a few examples. If you are unsure if a claim can be made, call us, we do not charge for advice.
Main injuries for which taxi passenger injury claims are made include
Soft tissue injuries including sprains, torn muscles, ligaments and tendons, broken ribs, whiplash and fractured and broken bones. All of these can be sufficient to make a taxi passenger injury claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis.
There is a three year time limit in which to claim for a taxi accident, the sooner its made, usually the easier it is to obtain all the relevant details. Information such as the taxi company, time, date and location of the accident are needed by the solicitor when claiming.
The solicitor will fight for maximum compensation for the injuries suffered.
Please contact us on 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Taxi Passenger Injury Claims.