There are many places to go in the UK that provide the ideal base for a sensational and memorable holiday. You could visit London and see the many sights it offers, including the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and the many royal parks. Alternatively you could head for the countryside and explore the Lake District or perhaps the Yorkshire Dales. Whatever you decide to do, you could get your holiday booked via a travel company to make life easier.
How could an accident occur?
The last thing you would think about when looking forward to a holiday in the UK would be the chances of having an accident while you were away. However, it can happen and if it happens to you it is important to note how it happened. This will help you work out whether you can make a claim for compensation. Slips, trips and falls can easily happen if improper care and attention is taken by the travel company and those who work on its behalf. For example you might slip on a floor or fall while alighting from a tour vehicle.
Proving someone else was responsible for that accident
This is the most important thing to do. It is good to get professional advice in this situation as you may not always be aware of who is responsible. Put simply, if someone else has caused you to have an accident while on holiday in the UK you stand a chance of claiming compensation for your injuries. This applies to cases of food poisoning owing to the lack of care and attention by the people working in the hotel restaurant too.
AAH is here to help you claim
If you have been on holiday in the United Kingdom and you suffered an accident you believe was caused by another person, the first thing you should do is get professional advice from personal injury solicitors. This is exactly what you will get when you contact Accident Advice Helpline. The experts here can advise you on whether your case warrants a claim or not. You can then proceed with a no win, no fee* claim if you are in a good position to make one. Trust us and use the company that counts Esther Rantzen as our patron. With no-obligation advice available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, we are always here to help.
Date Published: May 2, 2014
Author: David Brown