Our experienced team can help you with the following:-
- Food Poisoning claims
- Accidents abroad
- Accidents at Sea including on cruise liners.
- Claims under the Package Tour Regulations 1992
- Compensation for delayed flights under European Regulation 261/2004.
Our legal services may be available on a no win, no fee basis
Most claims have to be issued within three years of the accident, unless they occurred at sea in which case a two year limitation period applies. It will in most cases be necessary for the injured party to establish that someone was at fault or that someone was to blame.
To find out if you may have a claim call us now and speak to our friendly knowledgeable staff who will be happy to help.
Compensation claims for delayed fights.
For successful claims we subtract 27% of the amount received along with a €25 administration fee. However we cover all associated fees such as court fees and preparation of documents that you would be responsible for if you were claiming yourself. Depending on your case, our option may end up significantly cheaper than doing it yourself.
How Do I Know If I Can Claim?
There are a number of criteria that need to be met to have a valid flight delay compensation claim under EU Regulation 261.
If you can answer yes to all four questions below, you will more than likely have a right to claim against the airlines.
- Did your flight depart within the last 6 years?
- Did your flight take off or land in the EU, or was the flight with an EU airline?
- Were you delayed for more than 3 hours?
- Was the delay the airline’s fault and not “extraordinary circumstances”?