Are you looking for help and advice following a non fault accident on the Isle of Lismore? If so, Accident Advice Helpline can help you. With over 15 years’ experience in the field of personal injury compensation, we’ve helped thousands of people to make successful claims.
An accident on holiday
Were you involved in a non fault accident on the Isle of Lismore while visiting on holiday? Or, do you live on the Isle of Lismore but you were injured while on holiday abroad? If you were on a package holiday, the information below might help you to make a personal injury claim.
In order to make a claim for compensation following a non fault accident on the Isle of Lismore or abroad, you have to be able to prove that someone else was responsible. If you were injured on a package holiday while you were in the hotel, on an excursion or taking part in another holiday service that was organized by the tour operator, then you would make the claim against them if you felt that their negligence, carelessness or criminal activity caused you to come to harm.
Non fault accident on the Isle of Lismore
If for example, you were staying in a hotel and you tripped on the paving slabs on the entranceway, you would be able to make a claim against the operator of the tour as well as the owner of the hotel if those slabs were badly maintained or dangerous and you weren’t warned.
You should immediately report such an accident to the head office of the tour operator and also to hotel management. They should ensure that this is logged in the accident book, and you are entitled to ask them for a copy of this which you should keep for your records. This will form part of the evidence you provide during your case.
Following a non fault accident on the Isle of Lismore, a claim for personal injury compensation could cover the costs of medical treatment, prescription charges, travel costs or personal care, and you could be compensated not only for your emotional or physical pain and suffering but also for loss of enjoyment if your accident cut short your trip.
How to claim
To get help from Accident Advice Helpline to make a claim, take our 30-second test online. Just answer a few short questions and we’ll tell you if we think you are eligible to make a claim. We’ll even offer an estimate of how much that claim might be worth.
Then call our helpline and get free, no-obligation advice from our friendly professional advisors. Call free from a landline on 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile call 0333 500 0933 (charges may vary). We’re here to help.
Date Published: 10th December 2013
Author: David Brown