Bus Accidents

If you sustain injury whilst travelling on or indeed whilst embarking or alighting a bus, we can help with advice on how to pursue a claim against either the bus company or a negligent third party driver. It is important to retain a copy of your bus ticket appertaining to the journey in question.

Coach Accidents

In 2009 there were over 6000 casualties in accidents involving a coach or bus, of which nearly 400 were killed or seriously injured. If you’ve been injured getting on/off a coach, or simply by being a passenger on one, you should seek expert legal advice. It doesn’t matter whether the coach was hired by you or whether you merely bought a ticket for the journey. If you’ve been injured then you may be able to claim compensation from, either or both, the coach company and the person who caused the accident.

No Win no Fee

If you’ve been injured whilst a passenger on a bus or coach, and it was not your fault, then you may be able to claim compensation for your injury.

Sydney Mitchell’s expert accident solicitors work on a no win no fee basis. We have solicitors in Birmingham and Solicitors in Solihull however we can handle your road accident claim and give you free legal advice across the UK.

Our road accident checklist will help you to consider what information you will need, to pursue an accident compensation claim. Don’t worry if you do not have all the information, as we know that you will be contacting us after the accident.

Did you know that you could still pursue a claim for compensation, for injury in an accident, for up to 3 years, or longer in some cases?

The amount of compensation you receive will depend on your type of injury and how it affects you. Check our personal injury compensation calculator.

Call us today or fill out our online enquiry form for assistance with your claim. 

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