Whether we travel for work or pleasure, most of us manage to reach our destination safely. Unfortunately however, accidents can happen, whether you're travelling by boat, by train or by plane.
For decades we have successfully helped many clients who have been injured while travelling. These claims have ranged from helping people who have suffered
whiplash right through to acting in high-profile travel disasters.
We will work with you not only to help you claim compensation but also to answer any major questions relating to your case.
We Specialise In Air, Rail & Sea Related Claims
Finding out who is responsible for a plane crash, train crash or an accident at sea and determining the legal remedies available can be a complex process. You need specialist lawyers with the experience needed to properly investigate what happened and ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
We have worked on a range of cases including:
The sinking of the Herald of the Free Enterprise Ferry in 1987
The Lockerbie terrorist bombing on PanAm Flight 103 in 1988
The Ladbroke Grove rail crash in 1999
The Hatfield rail crash in 2000
The Pamir Airways crash in Afghanistan in 2010
The Costa Concordia cruise disaster in 2012
The Dana Air crash in Nigeria in 2012
The Germanwings Crash in France in 2015
The Shoreham Air Show disaster in 2015
The British Airways fire in Las Vegas in 2015
We will bring this experience to your claim, dealing with it sensitively and thoroughly to help bring the best outcome for you.
"One of the market leaders in aviation and personal injury work. They've got strength and depth." –
Chambers & Partners, 2020
The above information relates to the law in England and Wales.
*To make a No Win No Fee claim, you need to enter a No Win No Fee agreement that's linked to a suitable insurance policy. We'll explain this in more detail before we start your claim.
All Scottish cases will be handled by the Scottish law firm with which we are associated,
Irwin Mitchell Scotland LLP. The law relating to funding is different in Scotland and you will receive separate advice about what that means as well as a separate funding agreement.
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