Wondering how to make a compensation claim? Our comprehensive guides will give you all the information you need
When we are injured through no fault of our own we are legally entitled to claim compensation for our injuries and other expenses. If you have suffered an injury because of an accident that wasn’t your fault then our solicitors can tell you how much compensation you are likely to receive.
EU law mean you can claim compensation up to €600 per passenger for flight delays of more than 3 hours. However, claiming compensation isn’t quite as simple as some make out. Read our guide to find out about your claiming rights and how much compensation you may be able to claim.
If you’ve been in an accident and suffered whiplash injuries, we can tell you how much compensation you are likely to receive. Compensation is there to get you back to the same position you were in before an accident so there is an amount of money awarded by the courts depending on how serious the whiplash injury was, and also to cover any out of pocket expenses.
We share our tips and advice if you are looking to make a holiday sickness claim. Whether you were struck down with norovirus on a cruise, or suffered food poisoning on a package holiday, Bott & Co can help you with your claim every step of the way.
Read our comprehensive guide outlining your legal rights and the level of compensation you may be entitled to if you’ve been injured in a cycling accident.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident that wasn’t your fault and suffered injuries as a result then you could be entitled to compensation for the pain and suffering you’ve experienced. Read our guide below to understand your legal rights or call us for a free claim consultation.
European laws mean that airline passengers can claim up to €600 if their plane is delayed and the airline is to blame. Read our comprehensive guide to claiming flight delay compensation from the airlines.
Whiplash is one of the most common injuries in road traffic accidents and has been the subject of much debate recently with insurance companies trying to reduce the number of whiplash claims following car accidents. Our guide focuses on what symptoms you might have if you've suffered a whiplash injury.
Claims for personal injury compensation following an accident can be made up to three years after the accident occurred or three years after you discovered the injury was linked to the accident – whichever date is later.
Being involved in a car accident can be very upsetting and a frightening experience. If you’ve been in an accident you should try and stay calm and follow our guidelines below on what to do and what information you need to collect.
While some insurers offer compensation to people who haven’t had a medical examination (a pre-med offer) we strongly recommend that you visit your GP to explain the symptoms and allow them to diagnose your whiplash injury.
Whiplash symptoms can last from a few days to many months and even longer, depending on the severity of the injury to the soft tissue in your neck and upper back. Read our guide below for further information or call our team for a free claim consultation.