How you could claim compensation for an accident on a plane
When people think of making a claim for compensation as a result of an accident on a plane they often immediately think of the worst case scenario. This usually involves a plane crash and ultimately the loss of life. While this is possible, thankfully, it’s exceptionally rare. However, what is far more common are more minor accidents and injuries. These are the sorts of accidents and injuries that Accident Advice Helpline often assist with.
If you’ve had such an accident then our company, Accident Advice Helpline, is without doubt the best Cefn law firm to help you. You see, our expert no-win-no-fee solicitors are from all areas of the UK, including Cefn. We may be able to help you get the compensation and justice that you deserve. Simply contact us today to find out more and check out the validity of your personal injury claim.
Types of accidents
As we’ve said, there are a number of different ways that you could be injured on an aeroplane. Providing the accident wasn’t your fault and it required medical treatment, then our Cefn law firm solicitors will be able to help you with any of the following:
- Lacerations: It is entirely possible that you could be injured as a result of a sharp object on a flight. People aren’t allowed to enter planes with such objects. However, there are times when they are already present on the plane itself.
- Food poisoning: Although the quality of the food served on planes is generally good, the fact remains that with any catering situation, food poisoning is always a possibility. Either through poor hygiene standards when preparing the food, or contamination with bad produce, passengers can be made to feel exceptionally unwell. We’ve helped countless people bring cases against airlines after their holidays have been ruined due to having to stay near hotel room bathrooms.
- Slips and trips: Slips and trips are one of the most stereotypical types of compensation claims. These can occur anywhere, including thousands of feet up in the sky. If objects are left lying around on planes to create a hazard, then passengers, or staff members, could trip over them. The same is true for poorly maintained carpets and pathways.
Contact our Cefn law firm today
If you’re considering a claim for injuries after an accident on a plane, take our 30 second test. Whether you were a passenger or employee, we’ll do all we can to ensure you get the compensation that you’re entitled to by law. To speak to a friendly and professional adviser, just call 0800 689 0500 from your landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone today.