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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    No Win No Fee Coatbridge Compensation Claim

    Are you making a ‘no win, no fee’ Coatbridge claim after travelling on a small aircraft?

    When airlines are travelling to popular destinations, they often use a plane which is capable of carrying hundreds of people at one time. Providing they are able to sell the majority of tickets, this is often the most efficient way for them to operate. However, if the route isn’t as popular and fewer tickets are sold, they may decide to use a smaller plane. For example, plane journeys over to the Channel Islands often require passengers to board a relatively small plane. In some cases, planes may only be capable of carrying ten or twelve people which is vastly different from the jets used by most commercial airlines.

    However, many people actually prefer to travel on a smaller plane so these journeys can be very popular. In some cases, people even charter their own plane journey so that they can benefit from travelling in a private setting. Although costly, this can be a luxurious way to travel and many people feel safer than travelling in a large jet.

    Even if you’re travelling in a small plane, it’s obviously vital that all safety checks are made. In addition to ensuring that the plane itself is safe, the fixtures and fittings must also be checked to ensure that each passenger is safe. If, for example, your seat belt was broken and there were no other spare seats on the plane, it simply wouldn’t be safe for you to travel. As passengers must wear belts at certain times during the journey, it wouldn’t be safe for you to travel if you could wear the belt. If an airline did allow to you fly without a belt and you were hurt as a result, it’s highly likely that you would be able to make a no win no fee Coatbridge compensation claim against them.

    If you do suffer any type of injury whilst on board a plane or whilst waiting to board an aircraft and it wasn’t your fault, you may want to consider making a no win, no fee’ Coatbridge claim. Even if you’re travelling with a smaller airline, you could still make a ‘no win, no fee’ Coatbridge claim against them, providing they were responsible for the harm you suffered.

    If you want to make your no win, no fee’ Coatbridge claim with us, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline today to find out how we can help you?

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    Just call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile to find out more or to get your ‘no win, no fee’ Coatbridge compensation claim started as soon as possible!

    Date Published: 3rd December 2014

    Author: Emma Matthews

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