If you have recently visited a popular seaside destination in the United Kingdom and suffered an injury while staying at a chalet complex, then you could be eligible to make a chalet accident claim today. Accident Advice Helpline is a personal injury law firm and has experience in securing substantial compensation packages for clients injured due to the negligence of a third party. If the accident took place during the last three years, and the accident was not your fault, then you can file a no win, no fee* claim today. Visit our website or call our free 24-hour helpline for advice and assistance with the claims process.
There are a variety of circumstances in which injuries at a chalet can occur. For example, you may have slipped on a wet floor in your chalet or the surrounding facilities, tripped on cracked pavement, fallen due to a faulty step or staircase, or been injured by a cyclist or other vehicle while standing outside of your chalet. You are eligible to make a claim for any of these injuries if our solicitors can prove that someone else was to blame. A third party would be liable if they failed to adhere to health and safety standards such as putting warning signs up around wet floors and this subsequently led to your injuries. Most chalet accident claims are made against the owners of the caravan or chalet parks, although travel agents can be liable if you booked a package holiday through them and the accident was the fault of the representative. Having your relaxing holiday spoiled is enough of an inconvenience, so recovering the losses suffered as a result of that injury is both your right and responsibility.
You can only make a compensation claim with a UK personal injury law firm if the injury you suffered while frequenting a chalet abroad was due to the negligence of hotel staff or someone else associated with the travel agent you booked your holiday with. The accident must also have take place at the chalet, and not in the local town. The rules and regulations surrounding such claims can be complex, so we recommended getting in touch with our trained advisors immediately to discuss your eligibility.
Wherever the accident took place, you will need sufficient evidence to support a compensation claim. You need to prove that someone else was at fault, so notify a member of staff at the chalet complex immediately and make a note of the time and place of the accident including any witnesses present. You should also take photographs of any faulty staircases or broken structures which may have contributed to or caused your injuries.
Accident Advice Helpline employs expert solicitors specialised in chalet personal injuries. You should not have to deal with the burden of lost income and medical fees if the injury was not your fault. A chalet accident claim could allow you to finally move on with your life and bring a sense of closure to the situation.
Date Published: October 18, 2014
Author: David Brown