This depends on what happened to you. The information you provide, either on the online claim form or by talking to one of our advisors, will help us assess if you have a claim.
We offer an initial free consultation so that we can get all the information we need to decide if we can help you, with no cost to you.
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Not at all. Our clients come from the North of Scotland to the South coast. We even have many clients who live abroad. We can keep in touch with you by telephone, email and letter. Our offices are in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Glasgow, Sheffield, Leeds, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Southampton and Manchester, so you should never feel too far away from us.
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Sometimes claims need to be brought abroad, but often this will not be necessary as it may be possible to bring your claim in England (e.g. if you are bringing a claim against a tour operator or against an English Defendant).
We can often bring your claim in England. It depends on what sort of holiday you took, where the accident happened and who was to blame for it.
Where to bring your claim is one of the first things our advisors consider. In your free initial consultation your advisor will ask you questions so that they can decide and tell you what will be best in your case.
Time limits vary depending on where you were when the accident happened. Different countries have different time limits. Different places can have special rules on time limits. Different time limits may also apply to accidents on planes and boats. It is important that you contact us as soon as you can after the accident happened. We can then make sure you are within the time limits for your particular claim. This is also one of the first things your advisor will find out and tell you about.