When you go on holiday you expect to be kept safe but in some cases that doesn’t happen. If you have had a slip, trip or fall while on a package holiday then you may be entitled to claim compensation. A package holiday is one in which you pay for your hotel, flights and any trips as one price. If your holiday was a package holiday then you will be covered by The Package Travel Regulations 1992.
Injuries you might suffer could include sprains, broken or fractures bones, head injuries such as conditions, cuts and bruises, in the most serious of cases you could become paralysed or even death.
A slip, trip or fall is when you lose you footing and fall. This could be slipping in the area around the swimming pool, or catching your foot on something which might cause you to trip, such as an object on the floor which shouldn’t be there or loose cables.
Our team of highly trained personal injury solicitors can lead you through the claims process.
After an accident no matter how small you think it is always seek medical attention immediately. If you can gather some evidence such as photos of where you injured yourself and if there is anyone around at the time to ask them to provide statements of what happened. You should also speak to either your holiday representative or depending on when you inured yourself you could speak to the manager of the premises.
When you go on holiday it is your tour operators job to make sure that you are safe while you are abroad. Therefore, if you have suffered an injury due to their negligence then you will be able to claim compensation from them. Your lawyers will advise you once they know the details of your injury claim.
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The amount of compensation you will be able to claim is dependent on the individual circumstances of your claim. Your lawyer will be able to advise you once they know the individual circumstances of your claim. You can claim for things such as loss of earnings if you are not able to work because of your injury, medical bills if you have had to seek private treatment, loss and enjoyment of life is also something else that you may be able to claim.
In Scotland you have three years from the date of the accident to make a claim. However, the best time to make a claim is as soon as you are able too.
There is no set time on how long it will take for you to settle your claim. This would all depend on the seriousness of your accident and your individual claim. Your specialist lawyer will be able to advise you further once they know the individual circumstances of your claim.
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