MRG Solicitors can ensure you can claim compensation for personal injuries that you sustained while on vacation, on a business trip, or on any trip abroad.
Every year, thousands of British families go on holiday abroad, and the last thing they expect is accidents and injuries that can ruin their experience. If you get hurt during one, you can claim compensation for the personal injury via a travel accident claim. MRG Solicitors can streamline the process and ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
Types of Abroad Travel Accident Claims We Can Help With
Our personal injury solicitors have extensive experience aiding clients who are injured from the following common accidents abroad:
Nausea, vomiting, and even an allergic reaction can ruin your holiday plans abroad. If you spent your hard-earned holiday money at a hospital abroad, we could help you get compensated. This includes compensation for an illness resulting from negligence, such as food poisoning or disease sustained because of hygiene issues at your hotel.
If you were injured during a sports meet or were hurt participating in extreme sports abroad that you are inexperienced in, you can sustain injuries. We can help you make a compensation claim to recover treatment expenses.
Road Traffic Accidents
Careless drivers can be found across the globe. A road traffic accident abroad can have long-lasting repercussions that compromise your quality of life back in the UK. The injuries you sustain can prevent you from gaining employment and supporting your family. Why should you pay for someone else’s negligence? We can help you claim compensation.
Accidents in Hotels Abroad
Hotels are supposed to be safe spaces for tourists and other guests. You are liable for compensation if you were hurt or fell ill because of a hotel’s negligence. This can include a slip and fall accident on a mopped floor, a fall from damaged stairs, and even bed bug bites from dirty sheets.
MRG Solicitors Can Ensure You Are Duly Compensated
Compensation aims to ensure you can access private health care. Depending on the extent of your injuries, this can include physiotherapy and osteopathy. By securing compensation for injuries sustained abroad, you don’t have to be on an NHS waiting list or pay out of pocket.
You have three years after you sustained an injury or illness to claim compensation in the UK. However, this can differ in other countries. For instance, you have two years to do the same if you are injured on a plane or cruise liner. Irrespective of the location, seeking legal advice should be your priority. Get in touch with us for a consultation today!