Many holidaymakers love getting out and exploring the local attractions. Often the best way to do this can be via excursions booked in advance as part of your holiday package. These pre-booked excursions can include trips to theme parks, nearby capital cities or ancient monuments. The demand for more flexible holidays abroad, which offer a wider range of activities and places to visit has steadily grown in recent years. An increasing number of British holidaymakers choose several sight-seeing tours and excursions with the aim of making the most of their annual vacation.
It’s also part of the excitement and pleasure of going exploring on holiday. Unfortunately, holiday accidents abroad can take place anywhere at any time. All the pleasure of a holiday excursion disappears if you suffer an injury caused by a slip, trip or fall, or a more serious accident.
Your holiday organiser can be held responsible if you suffered an injury caused by an accident through no fault of your own, which occurred anywhere on hotel property.
But who is responsible if you suffer one of the many common types of holiday injuries, such as a slip, trip or fall while on a pre-booked excursion? Your holiday organiser can also be held responsible when an accident takes place either:
- On a pre-booked excursion bought in the UK
- During a holiday service provided as part of your package bought in the UK
Your Legal Friend has 30 years’ experience and specialist knowledge in all aspects of international personal injury law. We provide you with all the expert guidance you will need to help you help you succeed in making your claim against a UK tour operator.