Thank you for the hard work you have done for me, I’m so grateful that you ended up taking control of the mess and sorting it out. The £90,000 will be going towards a home for my family, I will be debt-free and I will be able to have a great Christmas. Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your patience and superb work, also please send my thanks to all your co-workers who helped along the way.
Phil from Preston
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Any injury is traumatic, but suffering an injury on holiday, in an unfamiliar environment, is even more distressing.
If you have slipped and become injured on a package holiday within the last three years you may be entitled to compensation. If your pain and suffering were caused by the fault or negligence of hotel staff or your tour operator, you could hold them liable.
Holiday injuries can be caused by a number of different factors. You may have slipped by the pool, tripped on some stairs at your hotel, or been injured on an organised excursion. If you can prove that your injury was not your fault, you may have a valid claim.
If your holiday was a package holiday, you will be protected by The Package Travel, Package Holidays and Package Tours Regulations 1992. This legislation states that your tour operator has a duty of care to protect you in the supply of your holiday.
If you are injured abroad, it’s important that you take the following steps:
Some claims for accidents on holiday need to be brought in the country in which the accident occurred. However, it is sometimes possible to pursue holiday accident compensation from the UK.
As well as compensation for your injuries, you may also be able to claim for other losses. These include the cost of activities you may have missed out on during the remainder of your holiday or a loss of earnings if you were unable to work because of your injury after returning back to the UK.