If you have been involved in a Flybe accident that was not your fault, which resulted in you becoming injured or ill, you could be entitled to make a claim for Flybe compensation. Whether the accident in which you were injured occurred in-flight, or when the aircraft was on the ground, if the airline in question was responsible, you might be able to make a personal injury claim. This includes any time when boarding or disembarking the aircraft.
Accidents that could occur include: coffee burns and tea burns, accidents involving disabled passengers, trolley accidents, Flybe food allergies, accidents caused by faulty seats, slips, trips and falls in the airport and on the flight, and accidents involving luggage falling on passengers heads from over head lockers. Injuries can only be claimed for if you are eligible due to the fact that the airline are liable. Flybe has a duty of care towards its passengers and staff. So if you were a member of the Flybe cabin crew or ground crew who had an accident at work and became injured, due to negligence on the part of Flybe, you could be entitled to claim compensation. If you were injured at any time whilst on a Flybe flight, contact AccidentClaims.co.uk today, to see if you are entitled to compensation.
If you have been injured because of Flybe flight negligence, call AccidentClaims.co.uk today and you could be connected with an excellent personal injury solicitor who can handle your claim. The solicitors we provide have plenty of experience in helping clients claim compensation for all different types of accidents. Call us today for your free personal injury claims consultation. One of our well-informed advisors will let you know if you have legitimate grounds to make a Flybe accident claim. Then we will estimate how much compensation you could be entitled to and provide you with an excellent personal injury solicitor, who could then start working on your claim immediately.
Call AccidentClaims.co.uk for your free personal injury claims consultation and to begin your Flybe flight accident claim. So call today to see how much you could claim.
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- A Guide To Flybe Personal Injury Claims
- What Is A Flybe Injury Or Accident?
- Is There A Time Limit For Inflight Accident Claims?
- When Are You Eligible To Make An Air Travel Accident Claim?
- UK Air Passenger Rights
- The Montreal Convention And International Air Passenger Rights
- Reasons For Making An Air Travel Accident Claim
- Hot Food And Liquid Scalds And Burns
- Disabled Air Passenger Rights And Accidents
- In Flight Service Cart Accidents
- Injuries That Could Be Caused By Tripping Or Falling Over
- Overhead Storage Bin Accidents
- I Was Injured During Unexpected Turbulence, Can I Claim Compensation?
- Food Allergy Compensation Claims
- Broken Or Faulty Seat Injuries
- Flight Accident And Injury Claim Calculator
- No Win No Fee Personal Injury Claims
- How Our In-Flight Accident Team Can Help You
- Further Holiday Accident Claims Advice
Flybe is a commercial passenger airline based in Exeter in England. The airline has additional hubs in Manchester and Birmingham. The airline was founded in 1979, following a merger of Intra Airways and Express Air Services. Flybe provides flights to over 8 million travellers a year across Europe. It also codeshares with larger airlines, to provide connections to long haul flights. Until February 2019 when Flybe was sold to Connect Airways, it was the largest independent regional airline in Europe. Overall Flybe is considered a safe airline to travel with. The website airlineratings.com gives the airline top marks in terms of safety ratings, and fortunately, the airline is fatality free.
If proper standards of health and safety are not upheld on flights, accidents leading to injuries and illness could happen. We have created this guide to claiming airline injury compensation for passengers and members of staff who may have been injured because of negligence on the part of Flybe. In this guide, we will explain what airline accidents are, what rights airline passengers have and give you advice on how to make a Flybe accident claim for compensation. We will then look at the benefits of making a no win no fee Flybe flight accident claim.
Remember, we offer a free air accident compensation claims consultation to all of our potential clients. So if you have been injured or made ill because of an accident that was not your fault caused by negligence on the part of Flybe, call AccidentClaims.co.uk to speak to us today.
As an operating airline, Flybe has a duty of care towards its passengers and staff. This means that the business is responsible for taking all possible health and safety precautions, to protect people who take their flights. If they neglect to do so, and this leads to an accident, injuring a customer, member of staff or anyone else who is associated with the business, then Flybe could be held legally liable for their injuries and could have to pay them compensation as a result.
Many people think that most airline injuries claims are for air crash accidents, which involve mass fatalities. However, these sorts of accidents, resulting air crash injuries are thankfully very rare. However there could be incidents whereby passengers could sustain injuries on the aircraft, and boarding or disembarking the flight. Airline accidents and injuries could include slip, trip, and fall accidents, being burned by hot tea or hot coffee or accidents involving disabled passengers, amongst others.
You could be entitled to make a Flybe Accident Claim if you have been injured or made ill because of a Flybe flight problem, or an accident that was not your fault. Call us today, to enquire about making your air accident compensation claim.
If you wish to make an air accident claim there is a personal injury claims limit. This means that there you must begin your claim within a certain amount of time from the day of your accident, or from the day you realised that you had been harmed, in order to qualify.
- If you were injured on a privately booked flight, a personal injury claims time limit of two years may apply.
- If you were injured on a flight that was part of a package deal or which was booked through a tour operator, a personal injury claims time limit of three years applies.
To make a Flybe personal injury claim, you have to be injured or made ill because of negligence on the part of Flybe. For example, if you suffered DVT because you sat in your seat for too long and did not take proper precautions, you will not be able to claim compensation for your injuries, as the airline was not responsible for this behaviour. The accident will have had to have been directly or partially caused by the airline, for you to be able to legitimately claim in-flight injuries on airplanes compensation.
The 1992 Package Tour Regulations also protect UK air passenger rights. They entitle passengers to claim compensation for an accident on a flight, that was booked as part of a package holiday from a UK tour operator.
Many counties, including the United Kingdom, have signed up to the Montreal Convention. The Montreal Convention of 1999 protects air passenger rights. The convention states that if a customer is injured on a flight because of negligence on the part of an airline, even if they were injured flying overseas, or flying over international waters, they may have the right to claim compensation in their home country. This means that you will be protected if you experienced a Flybe injury or illness that was not your fault, you will be able to use a personal injury solicitor in the United Kingdom to handle your claim.
Many clients wonder if, at AccidentClaims.co.uk, we will only handle accident claims for specific airline injuries or illnesses. This is not the case. As long as you suffered an injury or illness that was serious enough for you to miss three or more days off work, and your injury was a direct result of airline negligence we will consider helping you claim airline injury compensation. We will now look at some of the injuries and illnesses that could possible happen.
Your in-flight meal and beverage should be an enjoyable part of your flight. However, if proper precautions and are not taken when preparing or serving an inflight meal, or drinks, and they are heated far too hot for consumption this could cause customers to suffer from hot tea burns, coffee burns or food burns. Burns can be caused by members of the cabin crew spilling hot tea or coffee onto the lap of a customer. Other burns can be caused by food or drinks being served at too hot a temperature, causing the customer’s mouth to become burned. If you have suffered a coffee burn, tea burn or food burn injury on a Flybe flight because of negligence on the part of the airline, you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim for compensation.
If you suffer from a disability, moving through an airport as well as boarding and disembarking a plane can be challenging. In many instances, you may be more vulnerable, or require assistance with tasks. Because of this, disabled passengers are entitled to assistance from their airline, at various points at the airport and on the airplane. To receive this assistance the disabled passenger or carer should inform their airline that they require help 48 hours in advance of their flight. If you informed your airline that you are disabled and required assistance and they neglected to give it to you, resulting in you becoming injured, you could be entitled to claim compensation for this negligence. Similarly, if you were injured because airline staff failed to make proper allowances for your disability, for example as a result of you not being given priority boarding on the plane, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
If you were injured because Flybe failed to take account of your disability, call AccidentClaims.co.uk to see if you are entitled to Flybe compensation. If you prefer not to speak on the telephone you can email us and an advisor will get in contact with you as soon as possible.
Inflight service carts, also known as service trolleys may not seem like they can pose a risk to passengers. However, if they are left without the breaks on, or unattended, this could cause a trolley accident where the service trolley can roll up or down the aisles, or where it tips over injuring a passenger. If you have been injured because of a service trolley accident on a Flybe flight, talk to us today.
Slips, trips or falls are a common accident. They could happen if there is an obstruction on the floor of the airplane, such as luggage or some spilled liquid, or if the floor is broken. Passengers could also suffer from a slip, trip or fall injuries when they are alighting or disembarking the aircraft, if the ramp has not been properly attached to the plane, or is faulty. If you have been injured because of a slip, trip or fall injury on a Flybe flight, which was caused by negligence on the part of the airline, you could be entitled to make a Flybe claim for airline injury compensation. Call us today for your free legal consultation to find out more.
Before every flight, cabin crew are supposed to check the overhead lockers to ensure that hand luggage has been stored away properly. If the Flybe staff fail to do this correctly and a piece of luggage falls on a passengers head, injuring them, the passenger may be owed airline injury compensation. If you have been injured by luggage falling on your head, please call us to discuss if you have the right to make a claim. Call AccidentClaims.co.uk today, to enquire about making your claim.
Pilots and the cabin crew can’t stop turbulence from happening. However, the flight crew will have special procedures in place to minimise the risk of injury during turbulence. This will include requesting customers to return to their seats and fasten their seat belts, to avoid falling over and hurting themselves or others. If you were injured during turbulence on a Flybe flight because the cabin crew neglected to follow proper procedures, you could make a Flybe accident claim for compensation. Call Accident Claims UK today, to see if you are entitled to compensation.
You could contract food poisoning or suffer an allergic reaction on an airplane, if your inflight meal has not been properly prepared, stored or cooked properly or you were not informed of the allergens the food contained. If you have experienced food poisoning and it has been medically proven or an allergic reaction because of negligence on the part of an airline, you could be entitled to make a compensation claim. Call AccidentClaims.co.uk today and if you are entitled to claim compensation, we will provide you with the right solicitor to handle your airplane illness claim.
In-flight, injuries could be caused by broken or faulty seats. For example, if there is a loose spring in the seat poking through, this can stab the passenger. A faulty mechanism could cause the passenger back injuries. If you have been injured because of a broken or faulty airplane seat, you could be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries. Call AccidentClaims.co.uk to see if you have grounds to pursue a claim.
Below are figures from the Judicial Court Guidelines to help you estimate how much you may be entitled to. Please not that these figures only relate to the injury suffered they do not include any special damages.
|Type of Injury||Severity||Amount||Information|
|Head Injury||Minor brain or head injury to moderate brain damage.||£1,940 to £192,090||Brackets start at brain damage being minimal, good recovery will be made to concentration and memory effected, work life affected, intellectual deficit, a personality change, an effect on sight, speech and senses with a significant risk of epilepsy.|
|Neck Injury||Minor to Moderate||Up to £2,150 to £33,750||Brackets starts at soft tissue damage with recovery in 3 months to accelerated and/or exacerbated a pre-existing condition, permanent nuisance symptoms, wrenching-type injury and disc lesion of the more severe type. The top end of this brackets includes included chronic conditions, usually involving referred symptoms to other parts of the anatomy.|
|Shoulder Injury||Severe||£16,830 to £42,110||Significant disability leading to neck and arm pain.|
|Arm Injury||Simple Fractures||£5,810 to £16,830||Simple fractures of the forearm.|
|Hand Injury||Moderate to Serious||£5,110 to £54,280||Starting off at soft tissue damage, crush injury, laceration, deep wounds to significant impaired function, permanent disability, to reduced capacity, loss of grip, amputation of fingers and possibly palm.|
|Hip/Pelvis Injury||Moderate||£11,040 to £34,340||Hip replacement, hip/pelvis surgery, to significant pelvis/hip permanent disability.|
|Leg Injury||Less serious leg injuries to severe leg injuries.||Up to £10,380 to £119,210||Brackets start as simple leBrackets start as simple leg fractures, leg will be left with metal implant and/or defective gait, a limp, impaired mobility, sensory loss, discomfort, to imperfect union of fractures, muscle waste, serious compound fractures resulting in instability multiple fractures, effect on employment.g fractures, leg will be left with metal implant and/or defective gait, a limp, impaired mobility, sensory loss, discomfort, to imperfect union of fractures, muscle waste, serious compound fractures, multiple fractures, effect on employment.|
|Knee Injury||Moderate||Up to £12,050 to £22,960||Brackets include twisting, bruising, continuous discomfort to dislocation, torn cartilage, mild future disability.|
|Ankle Injury||Modest Injuries||Upto £12,050||Undisplaced fractures, twists, sprains, ligament injuries.|
|Foot Injury||Modest to Serious||Upto £12,050 to £34,370||Simple metatarsal fractures, ruptured ligaments, puncture wounds to metatarsal fractures resulting in permanent, deformity, risk of fusion surgery to severe injury to a foot or heel.|
|Food Poisoning||Serious but short lived.||£8,360 to £16,830||Diarrhoea and vomiting, disturbance of bowel unction, impact of eating, these brackets are time sensitive if symptoms are indefinite then the top end of the bracket will be considered.|
|Scarring||Trivial Scarring||£1,500 to £3,090||Minor scarring.|
|Psychiatric Injury||Less Severe||£1,350 to £5,130||The length of the psychiatric injury plays a vital role.|
|Fatal Incident||Immediate Unconsciousness/Death within One Week||£1,200 to £2,450|
|Loss of Earnings||An example||£30 000||An injured party may not be able to return to work for a period of time, possibly losing earnings of i.e. £30 000 which may be recuperated as part of special damages.|
The data is automatically generated, so for a personalised quote, call AccidentClaims.co.uk now.
At AccidentClaims.co.uk, we give all of our clients the option to make a no win no fee personal injury claim for compensation. This means that you can make a Flybe personal injury claim without having to pay an upfront fee. Instead, you will only have to pay your fee if you successfully win compensation, so there is no financial risk involved to you. For many of our clients, making a no win no fee claim is the less stressful and more affordable option. Call us today to make your claim, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.
If you have been injured or made ill because of a Flybe flight problem or accident that was not your fault, trust AccidentClaims.co.uk to handle your compensation claim. Our excellent personal injury provided solicitors have up to three decades of experience representing clients in compensation claims and our specialists will always push to win you the maximum amount of compensation that you could be entitled to receive.
If you would like to make a Flybe personal injury claim, call now for your free consultation. If you have the right to claim, one of our provided excellent personal injury lawyers will start working on your claim right away.
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Edited By Mel.