From the moment a user of public transport, for example, bus, metro, train etc. Buying a ticket has insurance for which you can request compensation from both the public service company and the cause of the accident.
Accidents in public transport are very common and many people do not claim the compensation that belongs to them because they do not know that they have this right. If this is your case, our team of lawyers is at your disposal to advise you, take your case and help you get a fair compensation.
Types of accidents in public transport.
There are many variants of accidents in public transport, but the most frequent are falls and blows on buses caused by heavy braking. These situations are very common, but many passengers do not know that they have the possibility of claiming compensation.
It is important that public transport travelers know that, even if the fault of the accident is not the driver of the train, subway, etc. They are entitled to compensation from the transport company. In other words, the passenger has the right to be compensated for the damages regardless of who was at fault.
How to claim compensation for an accident in public transport?
The first thing to know is that the user has the right to compensation for any type of damage not only when he suffers serious injuries or death occurs. Anyone who has suffered an accident in public transport, can claim for both material and personal damages.
The most important thing is that there is proof of the injury through a health care, emergency or police report. With any of these documents it would be shown that the person was at the scene of the accident and the damages that he has suffered. For this it is important to inform the driver of the injuries and call health care. Without any of these documents the claim would be complicated.
The next step is to contact a lawyer specialized in public transport accidents to advise the affected person and help him obtain the compensation he deserves. From Audacia Lawyes we put our team of lawyers at your disposal.