Suffering an injury abroad can be an incredibly distressing. Holidaymakers are often unsure who or where to turn to when accidents occur.
At Your Holiday Claims, our expert litigation team have over 50 years experience in successfully settling accident claims where holidaymakers were injured through no fault of their own.
To see if we could help you bring a no win no fee claim call 0330 100 2851 to discuss the details of your case.
Or read below as we answer some of the most common questions when making an injury claim.
Who can make an accident abroad claim?
British holidaymakers who travel on package holidays are entitled to bring a claim for compensation against their tour operator if they are injured in an accident in the hotel, or on a transfer or on an excursion as long as the incident occurred through no fault of their own.
This means that should you trip on discarded food in the hotel restaurant or are involved in a road traffic accident on a coach transfer, Your Holiday Claims could help you receive thousands in a successful accident abroad claim.
When should you make a claim?
Typically, holidaymakers have 3 years in which to make a claim but our legal experts would advise that you seek legal advice as soon as possible whilst events are still fresh in your mind.
What compensation will I receive?
Every accident is compensated on an individual basis according to the injuries suffered.
Amounts awarded will be based upon pain and suffering from the actual injury and special damages such as loss of enjoyment, out of pocket expenses and loss of earnings may also be taken into account.
Whatever the circumstances of your holiday injury, YHC are here to help. Our aim is to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.
Make your holiday injury claim with YHC
Take the first steps towards your holiday accident claim by getting in touch with the travel law team at YourHolidayClaims.
Our legal experts are here to support and guide you through the claims process, explaining your options in a straightforward manner.
Call 0330 100 2851 for instant advice on the merits of your case.
Or, request a call back by submitting your contact details online.