Find out how you could bring a claim against the tour operator for your holiday illness

Many holidaymakers who have suffered illness or an accident abroad are unaware that they may be entitled to claim holiday illness compensation.

Most tend to bring a claim against the tour operator by lodging a letter of complaint and awaiting their reply, sometimes accepting a small amount of compensation.

Yet by speaking to the specialist holiday claims solicitors at HolidayIllnessClaims, you can recover the maximum holiday illness compensation you deserve.

To discover the full value of your claim, take a look at our holiday illness compensation claims guide.

What are your rights?

If you have suffered an illness or accident whilst on holiday, you have 3 years in which to bring a claim against you tour operator. However, in some instances, this may be reduced to two years, so it is vital that you seek legal advice as soon as possible.

The Package Travel Regulations 1992 protect the rights of those who have booked a package holiday through a tour operator. If you have suffered a holiday illness or accident, you may be able to bring a claim against the tour operator as they could be liable for your illness.

Whilst in resort, we would recommend you:

  • Report any issues as soon as possible to your holiday representative and hotel
  • Take a copy of the complaint and keep details of who you have dealt with, take photos or videos where possible
  • You may be able to claim for any out of pocket expenses, therefore you should you should keep your receipts.

What counts as a package holiday?

A package is a holiday which is booked directly with a tour operator with travel and accommodation sold together. Tour operators who provide package holidays include:

  • TUI (formerly Thomson Holidays)
  • Thomas Cook
  • First Choice
  • Airtours
  • British Airways
  • Cosmos
  • EasyJet
  • Kuoni

How can our holiday illness experts help you?

It is important to note that when holidaymakers attempt to bring a claim against the tour operator on their own, they are often left seriously undercompensated. Our holiday illness claims team has over 50 years combined experience within the travel law industry and deal directly with your tour operator. We have the background knowledge and experience to help you obtain the best possible outcome for your claim.

Tot alk to one of our experienced solicitors today, call us on 0800 01 54321.

Or, if you’d prefer to arrange a call back with a member of our team, you can simply complete our online contact form here.