Hotel Accidents Abroad

Did you know that if you’re experienced a hotel accident abroad through someone else’s negligence, you could be entitled to claim compensation?

We understand that experiencing an injury whilst in a foreign country can be both a costly and traumatic incident. That’s why we have a team of professional solicitors who specialise in international cases, always on-hand to provide 24/7 legal support throughout your claim for hotel injury compensation.

How are hotel injury claims classified?

Similar to other form of personal injury, the types of hotel accidents abroad that you could experience will vary dramatically.

For that reason, it’s often difficult to categorise incidents, which is why we’d recommend that you take photographs of both your injuries and the location in which it happened. This will allow us to see how severe the incident was, as well as explain who was liable for the accident when fighting for hotel injury compensation in Court.

What are the causes of hotel accidents?

Almost any type of accident that happens in your hotel can be used to make a claim, so long as you’re able to prove that it was through a fault of another person. This means that the following experiences are able to be used when making a hotel injury claim:

Who can claim hotel injury compensation?

Anyone who has experienced a hotel injury abroad is able to make a claim, so long as the incident took place within the past three years.

You’re able to make a claim on behalf of a minor. However, they have three years from their 18th birthday to pursue hotel accident claims themselves.

 

Can I make a claim for hotel accidents abroad in a package holiday?

Yes! Package tour regulators explain that you can make a claim if you experienced distress or disappointment on your trip.

When can I start hotel injury claims?

We’re able to offer legal advice to support claims that happened within the past three years. There’s no minimum timescale between experiencing the injury and starting a claim, so we’re here to help as soon as you’re ready.

Establishing liability for hotel accidents abroad

Because claims for accidents that occur in hotels are only successful if you’re able to prove that suffering was caused through no fault of your own, you’ll need to establish liability for your hotel injury claims.

Due to the varying jurisdictions of hotels in foreign countries, you may be unsure on whether or not you have grounds for hotel injury compensation. That’s where our team come in – explaining your rights and helping to hold the person at fault accountable for your experience.

How much compensation could I get?

The severity of your hotel accident claims depends on the amount of compensation that you’re entitled to. The two categories of hotel accident compensation that you may be awarded are for:

  • The pain and suffering you experienced, referred to as ‘general damages’
  • Expenses for medical treatment, travel costs or loss of earnings, referred to as ‘special damages’

In order to get an accurate prediction on how much hotel injury compensation you could be awarded, it’s best to discuss the incident with a qualified legal professional. Alternatively, you can use our compensation calculator tool for a rough estimation.

Making no-win, no-fee hotel accident claims

Hotel Accidents AbroadOur patient and sympathetic approach means that you’re fully informed of your legal options before proceeding with hotel accident claims.

Plus, with a no-win, no-fee agreement on all claims for hotel accident compensation, you won’t be charged a penny unless your case is successful!

To book your initial consultation, get in touch with our team today. It’ll give us the opportunity to assess your case and give an accurate, truthful prediction on the likelihood of being granted compensation – and how much you should expect to receive.

 

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