Can you claim for falling down stairs on holiday?

If you have experienced an unfortunate accident while on holiday, such as slipping and falling down a flight of stairs, you may be eligible to receive compensation. This may be the case especially if the accident was the result of a third party’s negligence, such as the hotel owner, tour operator, or another responsible party. 

It is important to take into account any relevant factors that may have caused or contributed to the accident, such as damaged stair railings or inadequate warning signs. It is also important to consider any long-term impacts that the accident may have had on your health, such as broken bones, nerve damage, or other physical or psychological injuries. 

It is advisable to contact a specialist solicitor to discuss your circumstances and to determine the feasibility of making a claim. If you’ve had a slip, trip or fall, our expert team could help you make a No Win, No Fee claim for compensation.  Speak to our team today on 0161 813 2131 or start your claim online

What should I do if I have fallen down the stairs?

If you’ve fallen down stairs on holiday and want to bring a claim, it’s important to take some crucial steps such as:

  • Seeking medical attention 
  • Reporting the accident to the relevant party
  • Taking photos of the scene
  • Keeping all relevant documents
  • Recording expenses
  • Contact a holiday injury compensation company like Holiday Claims Bureau for help. 

By doing this, you will be able to present a strong case and increase the chances of receiving fair compensation for your injuries and other losses.

Can you sue a hotel for falling down the stairs?

It is possible to sue a hotel for an injury sustained as a result of falling down the stairs. Hotels have a responsibility to visitors to keep their spaces safe and hazard-free. You might be able to make a successful claim for compensation if the hotel was irresponsible in maintaining the stairs, such as in cases of broken handrails, slippery areas, ripped carpets, or poor lighting, and this negligence led to your injuries. It may also be considered negligent and help your case if the hotel knew about the hazard but did not take the necessary steps to fix it.

 How long after a fall can I start a claim?

Providing your holiday was booked directly with a tour operator, was part of a package holiday and occurred in the last 3 years, we can help you to claim the maximum compensation you are legally entitled to. However, it is important to note that the earlier you start your claim, the easier it will be to gather evidence and strengthen your case.

Holiday Claims Bureau recommends you get in touch as soon as the incident occurs. If you have sustained an injury abroad, we will be able to advise you on the specific laws and regulations that apply in the country where the incident occurred, and can guide you through the process of making a claim. 

To get the compensation you deserve, speak to the team at Holiday Claims Bureau by calling 0161 813 2131 or alternatively you can immediately start you claim online.

How serious does a fall have to be to make a claim?

It is not necessary for a fall to be serious to bring a personal injury claim. The crucial aspect is that the fall was brought on by someone else’s negligence and injured the victim. The amount of compensation owed is based on the severity of the damage and how it affects the victim’s day-to-day life. For assistance assembling evidence and calculating the degree of harm, speak with Holiday Claims Bureau right away. 

What evidence should I gather to claim for a fall?

If you have been injured due to a slip, trip or fall on a hotel staircase, you should gather as much evidence as possible if you want to make a successful claim for personal injury compensation. Make sure to document the exact location and conditions of the staircase, such as the type of surface, if it was wet or slippery, and if any safety warnings were present. 

Additionally, take photographs of the scene and any injuries that you sustained due to the incident. It is also important to get witness statements from anyone who saw the incident, as well as obtain a police report, if appropriate. You should also keep any medical records related to the incident, such as doctor’s notes, X-rays, and other relevant medical documentation.

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Can you claim for falling down stairs on holiday?
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