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It is with a grateful heart that I thank you for all your help in a) getting my mother her compensation and b) allowing her to keep it without any more outgoings so she can take care of her family. We really fell on our feet finding your firm and rest assured I will be fully recommending you to all my friends.

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Train injury compensation is something that is sought by thousands of people every year. Jefferies Solicitors are experienced train injury lawyers and regularly work with a range of people who have been involved in all types of accidents and injuries (including transport accidents) and are extremely experienced in helping clients win the compensation they deserve.

There are two elements that make up the statistics of railway accidents: those that happen within the parameters of a railway station comprising usually of slips and falls and accidents of an often disastrous nature like train crashes. The latter can often result in serious if not fatal accidents in which case you may need to speak to a fatal accidents specialist lawyer.

Often the cause of the accident is not the fault of the victim and train injury compensation can be pursued via public authorities who have failed to display necessary danger signs, for example. Alternatively, you may need to lodge your claim against the individual train company for a spillage that has been slipped on.

Reasons for serious train accident compensation

People could potentially successfully claim train injury compensation for many different reasons. A non-exhaustive list is below:

  • Signals passed at danger – when train drivers ignore stopping signals
  • Obstacles on the track including tree branches and even people
  • Collisions with other trains or large objects like bridges or embankments
  • Level crossing accidents
  • Faulty signals resulting in collisions with other vehicles including cars, trucks etc
  • Poor track and infrastructure maintenance
  • Criminal behaviour of individuals throwing objects at trains or vandalising tracks

Train passengers can suffer huge injuries as a result of many of the above which can, in turn, lead to the detriment of their everyday lives, sometimes meaning incapacity or death. If you have suffered or have a family member who has suffered then get in touch with a personal injury lawyer who will be able to advise you on how to begin your accident claim. There are time limits placed on transport accident compensation claims so do not delay in beginning the process.

What you can claim for in a train injury compensation case

The amount of compensation you receive depends on what type of injury has been sustained and the consequent impact it has had on your life.

  • If there has been a loss of life then bereavement damages can be pursued
  • If you have been severely injured and incapacitated as a result then you can seek permanent damages
  • If you have been left unable to work then you can seek loss of earnings compensation
  • Expenses paid as a result of your injury, for example, transport to and from appointments can be reclaimed
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Please be aware that information contained within this article is based on facts available at the time of publishing. If you require more information on train injury compensation or any other form of personal injury or accident claims compensation please consult further sources and evidence. Jefferies Solicitors accept no responsibility for the validity of the content.

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