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Have you been unlucky enough to be involved in an accident or have fallen sick while on a package holiday through circumstances that were not your fault? If so, and your holiday was in the last three years, you may be able to make a holiday accident or holiday sickness illness claim for compensation.

Make a claim with Jefferies Solicitors today; our team of holiday sickness and accident specialists will assess the details of the incident and find out if you are eligible for compensation on a no win, no fee basis.

For many of us, going on holiday is the highlight of our year, something we spend months looking forward to. Suffering an injury or becoming sick while away on holiday can be devastating for both the individual affected and their loved ones.

Whether you’ve been involved in an accident on board an aeroplane or have become sick with food poisoning while staying at an all-inclusive resort, if you have suffered an injury or sickness through somebody else’s negligence, whether that be the tour operator or hotel manager, you may be able to make a holiday claim.

In addition to receiving compensation for your suffering, you may also be able to recover damages for other expenses such as the cost of medication or treatment you required or any other financial losses you have experienced because of your injury such as loss of earnings.

Types of holiday claim

There a number of incidents that could lead to a holiday claim for compensation being made, these include but are not limited to the following:

  • Food poisoning
  • Slips, trip, and falls
  • Accidents during travel
  • Holiday sickness
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Road traffic accidents abroad