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Every year, numerous tourists travel abroad on holiday, experiencing the sights and sounds of a new culture. However, a small minority will have their excursions ruined by the negligence of hotel staff. If this happened to you, Seth Lovis & Co could help provide compensation through a holiday accident or illness claim.

What could I claim for?

Under the Package Travel Regulations 1992, it is the responsibility of the tour operator to ensure that the hotels it is affiliated with are clean, hygienic, and safe. Therefore, if you were adversely affected due to being provided with hazardous or unsanitary accommodation, you might be able to use this legislation in order to claim compensation.

For example, if you suffered one of the following incidents, a member of our legal team might be able to help you:

If you sustained harm in a holiday accident or illness which isn't listed above – or did not purchase the trip as part of a package – the solicitors at Seth Lovis & Co might still be able to help you claim compensation.

How could I benefit through Seth Lovis & Co?

At Seth Lovis & Co, our experienced legal team have helped numerous individuals obtain compensation for their ruined excursions.

Our solicitors realise that providing damages for a client's pain and suffering is often not enough – but compensation could help recover any lost earnings, treatment fees, or cover the cost of rehabilitation.

In addition, and funds received for your holiday accident or illness could help improve your quality of life and provide for another – hopefully more successful – excursion.

To find out whether you could benefit through the solicitors at Seth Lovis & Co, please call our holiday claim team today on 0370 218 4025. Alternatively, complete an online enquiry form and we will contact you at a more convenient time.

Further information

Accident on a package holiday
Food poisoning on holiday
Unsafe hotel conditions
Airport food poisoning
Bacterial infections within the UK
BBC investigation examines hotel conditions

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