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Whether you're a passenger or driver of a taxi, if you have been injured as a result of an accident caused by another party, you will be able to make a claim for compensation, whatever the nature of the accident. JMW has a specialist team dedicated to handling road traffic accidents, of all levels of injury, from minor neck pain to complex and catastrophic injuries, and we can help with your taxi accident claim.
We have years of experience in the area and understand that not all accidents are caused by collisions with other vehicles. We know what it takes to ensure your claim is dealt with swiftly and efficiently, whilst ensuring that your best interests are a priority.
Speak to a member of our specialist team today by calling us on 0800 054 6570. Alternatively, allow us to contact you by completing our online enquiry form. We will call you back as soon as we can and will discuss your case in greater detail.
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How JMW Can Help
Taxis and minicabs offer a convenient alternative to public transport. Customers expect a good level of service and taxi drivers do try to ensure these expectations are met. However, accidents can still happen and injury can occur as the result of another party's negligence, whether that be a third party driver or the taxi driver themselves.
Our team is here to support you throughout the entire claims process, guiding you from start to finish and remaining in close contact with you so that you are kept fully up to date with any developments in your case. We aim to make it as stress-free a process as possible for you.
If you have suffered an injury due to the negligent actions of somebody else while in a taxi, you may be entitled to make a claim to help you get redress for any injuries sustained. This will also assist you on the road to recovery and can help to pay for any out-of-pocket expenses you experienced following your accident. These can include:
- Medical expenses
- Time took off work
- Personal property that has been damaged and may need to be replaced
- Care or assistance provided by friends or loved ones
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Advice for Passengers Making a Taxi Accident Claim
If you are a passenger in a taxi and are injured in an accident, once you are safe and any immediate medical needs have been attended to, there are certain steps you can take to assist with your claim, either at the scene or shortly after. These include:
- Making a note of the licence plates of any vehicles involved, as well as the taxi driver's operating licence
- Taking down contact information for others involved in the accident
- Taking down contact information for any witnesses to the accident
- Taking photographs of the scene of the incident
- Making a sketch to illustrate how the accident happened
As a passenger, you are not deemed to be in control of the vehicle and therefore are not to blame should the taxi in which you are travelling be involved in a road collision. You should, however, ensure you always wear a seatbelt when travelling in a taxi to reduce the risk of suffering injury should there be a crash.
Advice for Taxi Drivers Involved in an Accident
If you are a taxi driver, being involved in an accident and suffering an injury is not just inconvenient, it can also have a significant impact on your livelihood. Making a claim can, therefore, be of vital importance because a compensation award will support you and your family in respect of any time off work required, can assist with paying for any repairs to your cab, and provide compensation for the injuries you have suffered.
Our team will treat you with the utmost respect, making sure that the claims process is easy, stress-free and hassle-free, ensuring you get the compensation you deserve.
Talk to Us
Making a claim for an injury is a very straightforward process and, what's more, we operate on a no win, no fee basis. To discuss your taxi accident claim in more detail, simply call us on 0800 054 6570 or complete our online enquiry form and we will be in touch.