Accident Abroad Claims
If you have suffered an injury or accident abroad, you may be entitled to compensation. Fonseca Law is here to help you claim it with our no win, no fee service.
No-one should have their holiday ruined. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, an accident abroad is a real nightmare. As well as suffering a physical injury, having to deal with the added stress of insurance claims, different healthcare systems, unfamiliar languages, and disrupted plans takes a heavy toll.
Injuries abroad can be very costly in both time and money. You might have to cut short your holiday, or stay longer, booking additional accommodation and alternative flights. Getting back home can be difficult, and bring additional costs.
Am I eligible to claim for my accident abroad?
Making a personal injury claim for accidents while on holiday abroad is a complicated area of law. It depends on how and where the accident happened, who is to blame and where they are from. We have the legal knowledge, training and expertise to be able to help you claim compensation for your accident.
The general legal principle is that claims are made in the country where the accident occurred. But if the accident was the responsibility of a UK national or company, then you can bring an international compensation claim to a British court. So there is a good chance that your accident will be eligible for compensation. There are strict time limits on bringing claims, so get in touch with us about your claim today.
What can I claim for?
You may be able to claim for accidents abroad such as:
- Package holiday accidents
- Slips and Trips in poorly maintained hotels or apartments
- Injuries on organised activities and excursions
- Food poisoning abroad
- Road traffic accidents abroad
- Accidents abroad caused by UK nationals
- Accidents while working abroad for a UK employer
- Accidents in transit between countries
Claim Evaluation Form
Please complete this form and one of our personal injury solicitors will be in touch with an evaluation of your claim.