- A legal expense policy – if you have a legal expenses policy (through your travel or other insurance), this could be used to pay for your legal expenses. We will check this for you.
- Our no-win, no-fee agreement. Under certain circumstances, we can offer this option. We would act under a conditional fee arrangement backed by a suitable insurance policy. We will explain this in full to you.
- Paying privately – we will be happy to discuss with you if appropriate.
If you are pursuing a personal injury claim against a tour operator in this country then your claim must be issued in Court within 3 years of the date of the accident, so all supporting documentation and evidence must be prepared within that 3 year period.
If you are pursuing a personal injury claim against an individual or an organisation in another country then it is the time limit of that other country which is relevant and that could be as little as 1 year of the date of the accident.
If you are pursuing a claim which arises out of an accident on board an aircraft or a ship then your claim must be issued within 2 years usually of the date of the accident.
That’s why it’s important to start pursuing the claim immediately after the accident, so there’s as much time as possible to prepare the case. In addition, commencing a claim for personal injury compensation right away will make collecting evidence must easier, since memories of the event will be clearer and more detailed.
- Claims against tour operators
- Claims against foreign defendants
- Air accident claims
- Accidents at sea