From Genoa to Naples, and Milan to Rome, you will never tire of exploring great locations on holiday in Italy. Those who love the country know it has lots to provide and plenty of stunning places to visit. If you have never been to Italy before you should consider seeing it as soon as possible.
Of course if you have already paid a visit you may be considering going again. However if you have visited on a package trip and you have suffered an injury in the process, you could be reading this for a very different reason.
Can accidents be caused by other people?
Yes they can, and it is easier than you might think. When you book a foreign holiday via a UK tour operator they can handle every aspect of a package holiday on your behalf. It does make life easier for you in the process.
However they must make sure they provide an excellent service that is not hazardous or negligent in any way. For example the hotel they book you into must be fit for purpose and provide food that is safe to eat.
They must also make sure every service they provide as part of the package holiday is safe and is not below standards. If they don’t take due care and attention and you suffer an injury as a result, this means they are likely negligent in their duties and you can bring a compensation claim against them.
Negligence is behind many claims of this type. For example you might end up with a mass of bites from a mattress infested with bed bugs. Alternatively falls caused by uneven flooring or slippery surfaces can also lead to injury.
Find out more from Accident Advice Helpline today
Don’t feel as if you are alone in your troubles if you have suffered an injury in this type of situation. Very often this type of experience suffered abroad makes you feel more isolated.
Rest assured you can still get expert advice from AAH when you call our enquiry line. You can also take our 30-second test on our website to see whether you are in a position to make a claim.
Trust in our professional personal injury lawyers now and see whether you have cause to make a claim for compensation for an injury that was someone else’s fault. For the sake of a quick call you will know the answer.
Date Published: May 2, 2014
Author: David Brown