Holiday Accidents Claims
Injured or suffered food poisoning whilst on holiday?
Do you need experienced Solicitors with a high success rate for achieving compensation arising out of injuries occurring on holiday?
Holiday accidents: Accidents or injuries sustained either on the way to or from holiday, trips, slips and falls abroad, accidents caused by holiday activities.
We all go on holiday to get away from it all; to recuperate and recharge our batteries after the strains and tribulations of everyday life. The last thing we need is to suffer an injury, which can often be quite serious as a consequence of some negligence on the part of the holiday company or as a result of some negligence of a third party.
It may even be that you have become sick because of food poisoning and low hygiene standards or have been a victim of a road accident on holiday.
If you are a resident of the U.K and have been injured in a foreign country, it is not necessary for you to pursue the personal injury compensation claim in that country. You can pursue compensation with the help of U.K courts. We can also help you pursue your holiday accident no win no fee compensation claim, guiding you through all the legal matters. As a result of a holiday accident you may suffer a loss of income and incur medical expenses, we can help you recover these though a compensation claim.
The Package Travel Regulations allow individuals to make a claim against the holiday company (tour operator) as long as two of the following components are provided by the operator:
- other tourist services not ancillary to transport or accommodation and accounting for a significant proportion of the package
In respect of a package tour, either a customary brochure holiday or a tailor made holiday where the holidaymaker purchases 2 components, it is quite possible to bring a claim through the UK courts.
If you have suffered an injury and would like a free legal assessment of your case please complete the Application Form and we will handle your claim on a No Win No Fee basis.