Have you had an accident abroad?
If you have had an accident abroad which was not your fault, then you may still be able to make a claim for compensation. Legally speaking the same rules regarding claiming compensation can apply abroad, especially if your holiday was booked and paid for through a travel organisation or company.
To find out more about making a claim for compensation for an accident which occurred outside of the United Kingdom, then contact Accident Advice Helpline’s Cambridge law firm today.
Our Cambridge law firm
Our Cambridge law firm is part of Accident Advice Helpline’s expanding network of national firms. Our law firm is staffed by fully trained, professional legal experts who specialise in personal injury claims.
Every single one of our solicitors can help with any conceivable type of injury claim, including accidents which have occurred whilst on holiday abroad.
Our solicitors also offer and operate on a no-win, no-fee* basis. This means that if our Cambridge law firm is unable to secure any compensation on your behalf, then you won’t have to pay any legal fees to us. We also won’t ask you to pay anything up front to secure our services. The last thing you should have to think about if you are making a claim for compensation is how much it is going to cost you, or how you are going to find the money to start your claim.Open Claim Calculator
How much can you win?
The amount of compensation our Cambridge law firm may be able to win on your behalf will vary depending on a number of facts. Firstly, the amount you can win will depend on whether or not the accident was partly your fault. If the accident was caused solely by the actions or negligence of a third party, then the amount of compensation you are likely to receive is going to be higher than if you were found to be partly responsible.
Secondly, the nature of your injuries is going to have an impact on the amount of compensation you could be awarded. Generally speaking each injury type can produce a set amount of compensation based on an upper and lower range, depending on the severity of your injury. For example, a leg injury could range from £3,000 to £20,000 if you have had to have a leg amputated. To find out more please take our 30-second test. These figures are designed to cover the pain and suffering you are likely to have experienced as a result of your accident.
The amount of time that is likely to take you to make a recovery from your injuries is also taken into account, and again, this can vary from person to person and is dependent on the injury itself. Finally, our law firm may be able to secure additional compensation for you based on loss of income or any expenses you have had to pay as a result of your injury.
Why not call us today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.