Malaysia is a truly stunning place to choose to visit on holiday. You can explore the Bird Park in Kuala Lumpur or head for the Batu Caves. Alternatively, you can enjoy the spectacular cuisine here, a tasty choice regardless of whether you head out and about or choose an all-inclusive hotel to stay in. Wherever you go and whatever you do in this country, you will enjoy every moment of it.
Negligence can ruin a holiday you looked forward to
Of course while most people do have a great experience on holiday in Malaysia, there are instances where things go wrong. For example, if you stay in a Malaysian hotel booked by a UK tour operator you would expect the food to be excellent. If it causes you to have food poisoning it would spoil your holiday and perhaps even leave you suffering long after you get home.
Another example would be to slip over and break a bone as you wander through the foyer of your hotel. If the floor has been inadequately cleaned or a spillage of some kind has been neglected and thus caused you to fall, your injury would clearly have been caused by someone else.
What should you do if it happens to you?
If you are reading this, it may well have already happened to you. Suffering an injury or illness on holiday that is caused by someone else can be upsetting and distressing in lots of different ways. You should try and get medical treatment if you can initially – this can help your condition (whatever may have happened) and it also means there is a record of the injury at the time it happened.
When you return home you can contact expert solicitors to see where you stand and to find out more about launching a claim for compensation to cover the experience you went through.
Accident Advice Helpline provides expert help – and has done so in this situation for years
Many holidaymakers who have suffered injuries or illness through the negligence of their tour operator have come to us for assistance in the past. Now you can do the same if you believe your tour operator has been negligent in its service to you. Contact Accident Advice Helpline today and find out whether you are in a position to make a ‘no win, no fee’ claim for compensation. Our expert solicitors can advise you throughout the process. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: May 2, 2014
Author: David Brown