Travel

Whether it’s a two-week trip to a beach resort or a weekend break to a big city, holidays give us a chance to unwind and get away from it all. However, when things don’t go according to plan and a company’s mistake throws a spanner into the works of a well-deserved holiday, what was intended to be a relaxing experience can quickly make us regret leaving at all. Whether it’s lost luggage, misrepresentation of accommodation or an injury sustained abroad, seeking specialist legal advice is essential in ensuring you are compensated for the inconvenience.

Here at 360, we understand how frustrating it is for your trip to be ruined by someone else’s negligence. Travel can be unpredictable, but you shouldn’t have to prepare for the worst when planning your holiday. Even seemingly minor mistakes can add unwanted stress to what is supposed to be a stress-free time, which is why our dedicated team of travel lawyers are here to help you secure the compensation you deserve.

When a holiday doesn’t go to plan, the stress created can make you wonder why you went away at all. If it is brought on by an external party, our lawyers are here to ensure you are compensated for the disruption and distressed they have caused.

No matter your situation, our priority is to protect your interests and achieve an outcome that mirrors your priorities as best as possible.

If you seek to pursue a claim or simply wish to learn more about your options, speak to a member of the team at 360 Private Client Law on 0333 772 0926 or fill out our short contact form to arrange an initial consultation.

How can we help?

If you’re uncertain of where to begin, get in touch with our team. We will take the time to assess your situation in order to determine the viability and value of your claim. From here, our lawyers will begin to compile relevant evidence to strengthen the claim before finally submitting it to the defendant in request for compensation – in this case, it could be a package holiday provider, a tour operator or a hotel chain. Should they accept liability, we will negotiate on your behalf to achieve the right outcome. If not, you can count on our expert travel lawyers for strategic advice and representation no matter which avenue we must take to secure a fair sum.

In England and Wales, the time limit for making a personal injury claim is three years, so it’s best to start the process as soon as possible if your travel claim is based on an illness or injury sustained abroad. While other claims such as inaccurate property descriptions or sub-standard conditions on your flight may be less time-sensitive, the earlier you start the process the better chance you have of securing compensation.

Call us today for a free, no-obligation chat to gain an understanding of your options in pursuing a travel claim.

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