Coach and Bus Accidents

If you have sustained an injury in a bus or coach accident, as either a passenger or driver, and the accident was in not your fault, then you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim.

Compensation awarded in such situations is intended to cover you for the injury you have suffered, assisting you with medical and rehabilitation costs, as well as any lost earnings incurred during a period out of work.

The most common forms of personal injury claim as a result of a coach or bus accident are as follows:

People we have helped

Ashfords' Personal Injury Team has extensive experience in all areas of personal injury claims work. If you would like to discuss a potential personal injury claim and the funding options available to you, please contact Gemma Rowe on 01392 334017 for a free, no obligation chat.

Relevant Experience
  • Mrs A has mobility problems and regularly uses the bus. The bus driver failed to lower the platform and directly causing Mrs A to fall against the platform, breaking her femur and requiring surgery. We have made arrangements for Mrs A to undergo private physiotherapy following the recommendation of a medical expert. 
  • Mr W was a bus driver who was involved in an accident that was not his fault. Mr W suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of the accident as well as a specific phobia of driving buses, which prevented him from continuing his job. We arranged for Mr W to be seen by a medical expert and arranged private CBT and EMDR Treatment, which has been successful and assisted him in his recovery.
 
 

 

 

Key Contact

Gemma Rowe

Chartered Legal Executive

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+44 (0)1392 334017


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