Public Transport Accident Claims Solicitors
Public transport accidents are very common in Belfast across Northern Ireland. Many people are injured on a bus, train, or taxi and don’t know that they can claim for their injuries. Paschal O’Hare Solicitors have been helping individuals make public transport accident claims for over 50 years. We have the knowledge and drive to ensure that you get the compensation that you deserve. We are ready to guide you through the entire public transport claims process.
Contact us for a free consultation with a qualified injury solicitor on seeking compensation for a bus, train or taxi accident.
Bus, Train or Taxi Accident Solicitors
Public transport services and taxi operators in Northern Ireland have a duty of care to keep members of the public as safe as possible whilst providing their service.
Common public transport accidents in Northern Ireland happen on:
- Translink operated buses, including the Glider.
- Private hire taxis
- Northern Ireland Railways
Passengers that are involved in an accident whilst using public transport or a taxi service might suffer from relatively minor injuries such as soft tissue damage to more serious bone fractures or brain injuries.
Accidents involving public transport vehicles, including taxis, are very common. They can be the fault of the service’s employees or the fault of another vehicle if it’s on the roads. Larger vehicles like trains can also have broken seating and slippery floors.
If you’ve been involved in a public transport accident, contact our solicitors today to learn how we can help.
Who can claim for a public transport accident in Northern Ireland?
If you’ve been involved in a bus, train, or taxi accident, there is a good chance you will be able to claim for your injuries. It is important to begin your claim within 3 years of the accident in order for your injury claim to be successful. If you’d like to find out whether your claim is likely to succeed, please contact one of our public transport accident solicitors today. We are happy to help.
How much is my public transport accident worth?
We are aware that every public transport accident is different and can impact people in different ways. Because of this, there is no simple answer to the question. The amount of compensation you receive will be closely tied in with factors such as severity. Interestingly, our website features a helpful claims calculator that can provide you with a good idea of how much could be awarded for certain injuries.
How long will my public transport claim take?
Every public transport injury needs to be assessed accordingly. Consequently, the length of time your claim will take will depend on the seriousness of your injuries. Our public transport accident solicitors are experts in their field and will be able to determine how long the process may take. In order to find out, contact our solicitors today so that we can assist with your claim.
Speak with the best public transport solicitors in Northern Ireland
Paschal O’Hare Solicitors are expert solicitors at identifying who is at fault and how to navigate a typically complex Public Transport injury case. If an accident occurred involving a bus, train or private taxi and the organisation operating them is at fault, get in touch with us today. We are here to guide you through the entire process.
If you’ve been involved in a public transport accident, your first step is to get in touch with Paschal O’Hare Solicitors. Our public transport solicitors in Belfast, and Glengormley, Carrickfergus.
“You are entitled to a safe journey on public transport. If you’re injured in a collision or through a defect, you might be owed compensation”.
Greg was involved in an accident while travelling on a bus on Victoria Street in Belfast. A car veered into the bus’ lane, causing a
Alice was involved in a serious pedestrian accident in Belfast. On the date of her accident, she was walking through a carpark in a shopping
Alex was a passenger on a Translink Glider that was travelling through Belfast City Centre. As the vehicle was travelling on Victoria Street, a third-party