A holiday abroad is something to look forward to and it’s the duty of the tour operator or holiday company to make sure your accommodation is safe, hygienic and that you are not at unnecessary risk of injury, disease, or infection. If they fail to meet these responsibilities, it can ruin your holiday, and you may have grounds for a holiday accident claim.
What to do next for a holiday injury compensation claim
We have vast experience handling compensation claims for accidents and illnesses that occur in foreign jurisdictions, including:
- road traffic accidents (RTAs)
- food poisoning or illness
- sporting accidents
- slips, trips and other accidents
Your tour operator must take all reasonable steps to ensure your health and safety while on holiday, so if they fail to do this, you may have grounds for a holiday accident claim. However, it’s important to take into account that laws and regulations vary from country to country, and the legal side of these claims can be complex. For example, there can be different time limits on making a claim.
How can Tollers Personal Injury Solicitors Help?
With our team of experienced personal injury lawyers on your side, you can expect a swift and efficient claims process, designed to achieve and the best possible result for you. That’s why it makes sense to ask for Tollers’ expert help if you have suffered an injury or illness abroad or on holiday.
We make the whole claims process seamless, explain everything clearly, and advise what we think your chances of success are. If we believe your chances are good, we can help on a risk free ‘No Win No Fee’ basis.
To talk to Tollers about your compensation claim, get in touch.