Independent traveller accidents

"Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen." Benjamin Disraeli

You are an "independent traveller" if you have made your own travel or holiday arrangements for the whole of or part of your trip. As an independent traveller you can't rely on a holiday rep to help you if you have a medical emergency. If you have been injured or become ill whilst travelling abroad it can be very traumatic, there could be language difficulties and the need to travel home may be your priority.

We can provide you with urgent advice on how to return home and we have the expertise to give you sensible and straight forward advice on where you can pursue your claim, the procedures involved, the likely cost and any time limits that apply. Common accidents involving independent travellers can be:

We have a wealth of experience of pursuing claims in most European Countries and beyond including the United States, Canada, Australia, the Dominican Republic, Egypt and in many more locations.

We can provide you with urgent advice on how to return home and we have the expertise to give you sensible and straight forward advice on where you can pursue your claim, the procedures involved the likely cost and any time limits that apply.

As the time limit for pursuing a claim does vary from country to country and can be as short as one year from the date of the accident, it is essential that if you have been injured abroad as an independent traveler and you think you may have a personal injury claim that you contact us as soon as possible.