Holiday Accident News Updates
Holiday accidents can ruin a break you have had planned for a long time and spent a lot of money on.
Here at Claimant Law we have seen many cases where holiday makers have been injured or fallen ill because of the fault of someone else.
Below are stories related to injuries and accidents that have happened to individuals on holiday. On many occasions they will have been able to claim compensation.
- Created on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 16:08
The Football Association (FA) have revealed that they are considering paying compensation to England fans who were unable to remain in Poland to see the rearranged World Cup qualifying match on Wednesday.
The game had to be postponed after torrential rain fall made the pitch's surface completely unplayable.
But angry England fansnhave condemned the Polish Authorities who decided not to close the retractable roof on the stadium before the expected downfall of rain.
- Created on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 13:53
A British woman is fighting for her life in hospital after a holiday accident where she fell 80ft from a balcony.
The 24-year-old suffered multiple personal injuries including skull fractures when she fell 80ft from her hotel balcony.
- Created on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 15:26
Four British children including a 13-month old baby had a lucky escape after their family camper van was involved in a high-speed collision while on holiday.
The children and their family were returning home from a motoring break in Britain when their van was involved in a three-vehicle pile-up in Scotland.
The driver of a separate van that was also involved in the accident was rushed to hospital where it is believed that he is currently fighting for his life.
A total of 8 people were treated in hospital after the holiday accident including three adults.
- Created on Tuesday, 30 August 2011 15:56
Unfortunately for some of you, there may have been problems with your holiday. Its hard to ignore the news reports over recent weeks regarding accidents on holiday and even death.