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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    A Walkthrough of Travel Accident Claims


    Accidents can happen at any time, so you can never be too careful when it comes to taking steps to avoid them. Travellers these days make a lot of travel accident claims when they travel to a foreign country. These claims are often made when there is a car accident and an injury is sustained. A lot of people unfortunately don’t know the basic elements of travel accident claims, so they could miss out on receiving compensation that is rightfully theirs. Let’s discuss the basics of travel accident claims in more detail.

    What is a Travel Accident Claim?

    There are a lot of different types of accidents that fall under the category of travel accident claims. It is imperative that you know about these different types of accidents so that in case of an injury you can rightfully make a claim. Illness and infections fall under travel accidents if they are caused by poor hygiene standards or similar issues. Water sports injuries, falls and slips can also be filed under travel accidents if faulty equipment or improper training or supervision was to blame.

    Do You Qualify?

    Travel accident claims can only be made in certain cases. This means that these claims won’t compensate you for each and every injury. If the case is worth pursuing you should definitely go for it but how do you know if the case is in your favour or not? According to accident assistance experts there are certain questions that you must ask yourself before filing a claim. These questions are as follows: Was the accident caused by someone else? Did it happen in the last three years? Do you have medical evidence to support your case? If you answered these questions with a “Yes” then you have a case worth pursuing.

    Different Laws and Regulations

    When you are travelling outside the United Kingdom you will have to deal with different laws and regulations. This means that making a travel accident claim may not be as simple as it is in the UK. The legal processes of the country that you are visiting maybe longer and difficult to implement. If you suffer an injury while travelling you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline for further advice.

    The Compensation

    So what do you get as compensation for a travel accident injury? If your claim is valid then you are compensated according to the severity of your injuries and prognosis for your recovery. If you incurred medical bills that were not covered by your travel insurance you should be able to recover those costs, along with any others which were a direct result of your accident.

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    Remember these key tips for travel accident claims because you never know when you might need them. For further assistance you can contact Accident Advice Helpline around the clock.

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