Have you found yourself searching the internet and other sources using the term ‘no win, no fee* claims in Bearsden’? If so, then you have probably been involved in an accident which was not your own fault, and would like some help on a no win, no fee* basis. Perhaps you were involved in a travel accident and you are seeking advice on whether you are eligible to make a no win, no fee* accident compensation claim? If this is the case, then you need not look any further, as you have found Accident Advice Helpline.
No win, no fee* claims in Bearsden
Accident Advice Helpline is a nationwide law firm with over a decade’s worth of experience in this business. We are here to help all accident victims, and best of all is that we do this on a 100 per cent no win, no fee* agreement, so if your accident compensation claim is not successful then you do not pay us a penny.
So, from searching for no win, no fee* claims in Bearsden in order to get information on travel accidents, you have found this page, so let us give you some more information. Travel accidents can take many forms. You may have been involved in a car accident on your way to the airport or whilst on holiday; you may have sustained a skiing or water sports injury; or you may have contracted a disease whilst abroad.
It is also possible to make a travel accident compensation claim if you have hurt yourself whilst actually travelling to or within your destination country. You are eligible to claim travel accident compensation following transportation accidents on boats, buses, ferries, planes, and trains; this is because their owners have a duty to keep them safe for you.
In addition, travellers are entitled to receive compensation regardless of where they are injured. There are special international conventions and laws designed to ensure that airlines and railway companies take responsibility for their passengers, and there are also provisions to cover accidents on boats or at sea.
It also doesn’t matter if your injury or illness happened on a package holiday or a holiday you booked yourself; and if you were injured or became ill on holiday and have no travel insurance, don’t worry either. If the travel injury took place on a holiday which occurred in the last three years, and you are able to prove that the accident was no fault of your own, your case could be eligible for travel accident compensation.
You will need to provide documentation to strengthen your case, such as photographs of the incident and your injury, and medical records for any treatment you received abroad and in the UK as a result of the accident.
If you’d like to discuss your claim in more detail then dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.