If you’ve been injured while overseas or left out of pocket by a third party, you may be entitled to claim for compensation.
The Shine Lawyers’ Travel and Transport Law team cover a wide range of compensation claims including:
Our aviation lawyers look after accidents and injuries onboard aircraft. These claims can often be tricky due to them taking place overseas or in international airspace.
An expert lawyer in these sorts of claims will be able to guide you through these complexities and get you the right result. To find out more, see our Aviation Law service pages.
Boating and cruise accidents
Maritime law may also lead to complicated overseas accident claims - for those who’ve been on an international cruise. Our team also covers domestic claims onboard boats and ships.
If you’ve had an accident or been injured as part of a cruise or boating trip, then our Maritime lawyers may be able to help.
Our travel lawyers work with clients who may have been left out of pocket by a third party, such as an airline, insurer, travel agent or tour operator. This could be from an injury on an organised tour or from being mis-sold a tour.
Find out more on Travel Law services page.
Shine Lawyers operate on a no win no fee basis, which means that you only pay our legal fees if your claim is successful. Learn more about how our legal experts will resolve your case with our simple, step-by-step guide to compensation claims:
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