If you’ve had an accident abroad, or fallen ill while travelling abroad, you may be able to make a claim for travel accident compensation.
What should I do before making a holiday accident claim?
If you’ve had an accident abroad and you are thinking of making a travel accident claim, you will need to gather as much information as you can. Record details of the date, time and location of the incident, take notes about who was there and what happened, and ask any witnesses for their contact details so that they can be called upon to provide information and witness statements if necessary. If you have been involved in a road traffic accident or a bus or train crash, take photographs of the scene and your injuries.
It is important to seek medical assistance when you have fallen ill or been injured in an accident; if you are claiming compensation, your doctor’s notes on the incident will be very useful.
Making a travel accident claim
If you want to make a travel accident claim and you have all the relevant information, contact Accident Advice Helpline. You will be asked to provide basic information about the incident to check that you have a valid case and then your details will be passed to a legal expert with experience in travel accident compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline helps people who have suffered from illness or injury as a result of an accident that happened within the last three years that was not their fault.
Once you have agreed to proceed with the compensation claim and you have provided all the relevant information and documentation to support your case, your legal representative will do all the hard work for you. Most clients do not have to go to court and most of the conversations between clients and legal professionals take place over the phone, for speed and convenience.
Accident Advice Helpline works on a no win, no fee basis and clients receive their payout once the case has been closed and the verdict has been reached in favour of the client.
Accident Advice Helpline has an impressive track record and the claims process is designed to be as stress-free and convenient as possible. Contact the firm today if you wish to pursue a travel accident claim, slip, trip or fall claim, or a work accident claim.
Date Published: September 3, 2013
Author: David Brown