A Guide To Making A Personal Injury Claim Against Teletext Holidays
Were you injured or made ill because of an accident on a Teletext Holiday caused by negligence on the part of your hotel, your airline or a hire car company? If you were, you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim against Teletext Holidays for compensation.
Your package holiday accident claim could include a slip or fall injury abroad claim, a hotel accident claim, a claim for food poisoning, a claim for an accident in a hire car, a flight accident claim, or a claim for any other type of accident you experienced on a Teletext Holiday, that was not your fault.
To begin your claim for a Teletext holiday accident, call Accident Claims UK today for your free consultation. During your consultation, one of our friendly advisers would assess whether you have legitimate grounds to claim compensation. If the adviser believes that you are entitled to claim compensation, we would let you know how much you could claim, and would provide you with a holiday accident claims solicitor to handle your case against Teletext Holidays
To begin your claim for compensation from Teletext Holidays call us today on 0800 073 8801. Our solicitors have up to thirty years of experience handling personal injury claims which includes holiday accidents abroad.
Select a Section
- A Guide To Making A Claim For An Accident On A Teletext Holiday
- What Is A Personal Injury Claim Against Teletext Holidays?
- Examples Of Package Holiday And Injuries On Holidays Abroad
- Package Holiday Airport Transfer Accidents Abroad
- Foriegn Hotel Accident And Injury Claims
- Sickness And Allergic Reaction Compensation Claims
- Flight Accident And Injury Claims
- Slip Fall Injuries Abroad
- Injuries During Pre-Booked Activities And Entertainment
- Your Rights When Travelling On A Package Holiday
- How Long Does It Take To Make A Holiday Injury Or Illness Claim?
- What Could Holiday Accident Claims Against Travel Republic Include?
- Personal Injury Calculator For Claims Against Teletext Holidays
- No Win No Fee Claims For An Accident On A Teletext Holidays Trip
- Begin Your Claim Today
- Further Advice
Teletext was originally launched as a television information retrieval service during 1970’s in Great Britain. During the 1990’s, Teletext began providing holiday information alongside news, sport, weather and flight updates. During the 90’s, the service launched its own website offering hotels. Gradually, the business began to phase out the television side of the business and placed its focus on the online world. Today, Teletext holidays sell package holidays online, including long and short haul beach breaks. Their audience is a mixed age range, and their primary focus is selling affordable holidays.
In this guide to making a personal injury claim against Teletext Holidays, we explain how the process of seeking compensation, and how you could benefit from claiming. We look at the following in detail:
- What are the benefits of making a No Win No Fee claim
- What duty of care Teletext Holidays owes you (the customer)
- Teletext Holidays liability
- How to make a Teletext Holidays complaint
- What common accidents on holiday could lead to you, the customer making a Teletext holiday accident claim
We have also included a table that provides personal injury compensation to help you estimate how much compensation you could be awarded in a successful Teletext Holidays personal injury claim.
Remember, Accident Claims UK offers a free consultation to anyone looking to make a personal injury claim against Teletext Holidays. Call us today, and if you have the right to claim, one of our excellent personal injury solicitors will start working on your claim right away.
When you book a package holiday through a UK tour operator, you are owed a duty of care by the business. This means that if conditions on your flight, at your holiday accommodation, in your rental car, or any other service booked through the tour operator are substandard and lead to you being involved in an accident, your tour operator could be held liable for any injuries or illness you suffered.
This means that Teletext Holidays could have liability for an accident on holiday you were involved in because you booked a package holiday through the company. Even if you were injured abroad, your claim will be handled by a UK-based personal injury solicitor because Teletext Holidays is a UK tour operator.
Holidaymakers can suffer an injury in many ways while abroad on a package holiday. If the injury you suffered is not included in the list below, you could still claim compensation. As such, you should call Accident Claims UK for a free, no obligation consultation to discover whether your claim against Teletext Holidays is valid.
Common accidents on package holidays could include:
Accidents which could commonly happen on a package holiday, such as those booked through an online travel site, may be caused by negligence on the part of a hotel operator, their staff, or another service provider. Common accidents may include (but are not limited to),
- Road traffic accidents on an airport or hotel transfer which was booked as part of your package.
- Accidents on hotel grounds caused by negligence or a lack of maintenance, such as slips and falls due to damaged flooring.
- Allergic reactions caused by a lack of appropriate food labelling or sickness caused by unsanitary conditions at your hotel.
- Accidents on an excursion or activity which was booked as a part of your package holiday.
To learn more about these different circumstances in which you may be able to claim compensation, please read the following sections.
Many package holidays include an airport transfer to your hotel. This may be a shuttle bus, or a private taxi service. If you are involved in an accident during the airport transfer service provided by Teletext Holidays that was not your fault, you could be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries.
If the accident was caused because of negligence on the part of the bus driver, or negligence on the part of the bus company, you would make your claim against Teletext Holidays.
If you have been injured because of a bus crash on your airport transfer service, call Accident Claims UK today, to see how much you could be entitled to claim.
When you stay in a hotel as a guest, the management and the tour operator you booked your package holiday through, have a legal duty of care towards you. This means that if they fail to provide you with a safe and hygienic environment in which to stay, they could be held liable for your injuries you may suffer as a result of their negligence.
You could make a hotel accident claim against Teletext Holidays if you have been injured or made ill because of an accident at your hotel that was not your fault. Common examples of accidents at a hotel may include the following:
- Food poisoning
- Accidents at the hotel swimming pool
- Faulty fixings or furnishings causing guests to fall or be crushed
- Slip and trip accidents caused by hazards on the floor
- Falls from balconies
If you have been injured or made ill because of an accident that happened at your hotel which was not your fault, call Accident Claims UK, to find out if you have a valid Personal injury claim against Teletext Holidays.
If you were made ill because of unhygienic conditions at your hotel, or during your flight, you could be entitled to claim against your tour operator. Unfortunately, if food served at a hotel, or on a flight is not adequately stored or prepared, this could result in the person who consumes it becoming ill with food poisoning, which could ruin a holiday.
Holidaymakers who suffer from food allergies could also suffer from allergic reactions if they are not properly informed of any allergenic ingredients contained in food items they purchased.
If you have been made ill because of food poisoning, an allergic reaction, or contracted any other sort of illness on a package holiday, you could be entitled to make a package holiday accident claim against Teletext Holidays. Call us to see if you could claim compensation from Teletext Holidays today.
If you have been injured or made ill on a flight booked through Teletext Holidays, you could make a holiday accident claim for compensation against Teletext holidays. When we think of airline injuries, we usually think of serious accidents involving plane crashes. Fortunately, these sorts of accidents are very rare. What is more common are accidents on planes that are caused by a lack of attention being paid to standards of health and safety. For example this could include slip trip or fall accidents caused by uneven flooring, food poisoning incidents, luggage falling on passengers from overhead lockers, or accidents caused by broken airline seats.
If you have been involved in a flight accident on a Teletext Holiday, you could be entitled to make an accident claim against Teletext Holidays. Call Accidents Claims UK, to enquire about making a claim for a flight accident today.
One of the most common ways that holidaymakers are injured is through a slip fall accident abroad. This is because even a minor hazard on the floor may cause a slip-fall accident, which could result in an injury. Common causes of slip-fall injuries abroad may include:
- Spills on the floor of a hotel that have not been cleared up
- Broken or faulty flooring, such as a cracked floor tile
- Broken railings on staircases that come away beneath a guests’s weigh
- Uneven surfaces in the hotel’s gardens
If you have suffered a slip or fall injury because of negligence on the part of a hotel, airline, or activity provider, you could make a compensation claim against your tour operator. Call Accident Claims UK today, to find the right personal injury solicitor to handle your claim.
It is common for package holidays to include activities and entertainment which includes excursions, sporting activities or wine tasting sessions. Tour operators and activity organisers are responsible for making sure that proper standards of health and safety are upheld. This could mean that instructors for adventure sports activities are properly qualified, and that the correct equipment is used and that it is in good working order.
Have you become ill or been injured because of an accident during pre-booked activities or entertainment? You could be entitled to claim compensation. Call Accident Claims UK for more information on how to claim compensation from Teletext Holidays today.
Teletext Holidays are a UK based tour operator, which means if you purchase a package holiday through them, your booking will be protected by the Package Travel, Package Holiday, and Package Tour Regulations of 1992 (updated in 2018). These regulations state that if you need to make a claim against a tour operator, you may do so in the UK, even if your accident was abroad. You could also use a holiday accident specialist solicitor based in the UK, to handle your claim.
Package holidays that are booked through a travel agent such as Teletext Holidays means your holiday will be ATOL and ABTA protected. Are ABTA and ATOL the same? No, these standards are different. We will now look at “What does ABTA cover mean?” and “What does ATOL cover mean?” below.
ATOL: ATOL (Air Transport Organisers Licence), offers protection from the Civil Aviation Authority for your flight. For example, if you book a flight through your travel agent and the airline ceases trading, you will not run the risk of losing your money, or being stranded overseas.
ABTA: ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents), means that all members have to abide by a code of conduct which is approved by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute. What is ABTA code of conduct? The ABTA code of conduct protects your payment for holiday accommodation, should the business cease trading.
If you are claiming for an accident on a package holiday booked through a UK tour operator, the personal injury claims time limit will be three years. This means that you have to begin your claim within three years of your accident taking place, or you realising that you have become injured or ill in order to fall within the time limit. We recommend that you call us as soon as possible to begin your compensation claim. Your holiday accident solicitor will always try to resolve your case as soon as possible. Some claims will be resolved in a matter of months. Unfortunately, if a package holiday accident claim is complicated, or involves going to court, then it may take longer to reach a final settlement.
To begin your personal injury claim against Teletext Holidays, make sure that you call Accident Claims UK as soon as possible. We will provide you with the right personal injury lawyer to handle your case.
If you are awarded a compensation settlement for your holiday illness or holiday injury, you will receive general damages and special damages. Let’s look at what this means in more detail below:
- General damages are usually the largest part of a compensation payout and cover your injuries, pain, suffering and loss of amenity
- Compensation to cover your medical expenses
- Compensation to cover your transport expenses
- Compensation to cover your at home care expenses
- Compensation to cover your home adaptation or mobility equipment expenses
- Compensation to cover the loss of income or loss of future income that you have experienced
If you are curious to know how much compensation your package holiday accident claim could be worth, the table below provides an idea of what you may be awarded for specific injuries which are based on the Judicial College Guidelines. Alternatively, call Accident Claims UK today to speak to one of our friendly advisers about how much compensation for an accident on holiday, you could be entitled to receive.
|Body part injured||Notes on this type of claim||Seriousness of injury||Guidelines for settlements|
|Mental (suffering) anguish||Mental suffering and anguish as a result of the injury or accident.||not applicable||£4,100|
|Other arm injuries||Category will include a variety of injuries to the arms. Does not include the loss of a limb or amputation.||Minor up to severe||up to £114,810|
|Shoulder injury||Injuries to (or affecting) the shoulders may also affect the upper arm, upper back or the neck.||Minor up to severe||up to £42,110|
|Wrist injury||Might include breaks and/ or fractures affecting the wrist bones. Claimant may be left with some level of disability in the wrist.||Category A - F||up to £52,490|
|Neck injury||Injuries in said categories might include (but are not limited to) those affecting the spinal discs, or simpler whiplash.||Minor up to severe||up to £130060|
|Hand injury||Injuries may be serious but do not include the loss of the hand through either amputation or trauma.||Minor up to serious||£800 - £54,280|
|Leg injury||Leg may have been fractured or broken. More serious levels of injury may be above this category.||(Less) serious||£15,750 to £24,340|
|Back injury||Claimants injury may be to their spine, to the spinal discs, or it could include damage to other parts of the back as a whole.||Minor up to severe||up to £141,150|
|Head injury||Head injuries could be caused in many different ways and could have lots of effects.||Minor||£1,940 to £11,200|
|Knee injury||Harm caused to the knee and they could torn cartilage in the joint. Could also include a dislocation of the joint.||Moderate||£13,010 to £22,960|
Accident Claims UK offers all clients the option to make a No Win No Fee claim. This means that you will not have to pay an upfront fee to your solicitor. Instead, your personal injury solicitor will work on your claim without payment, and will only charge you a success fee on the condition that they win your package holiday injury claim. Should your case not be successful, there would be nothing to pay because you signed a Conditional Fee Agreement with your personal injury solicitor.
Call us today to speak to one of our advisers about making a No Win No Fee personal injury claim against Teletext Holidays.
Remember, if you have been made ill or injured because of an accident on a Teletext Holidays package holiday, you could be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries. Call us today to find an experienced holiday accident solicitor to handle your case.
An ABTA Guide To Package Holidays
Further information from the industry body ABTA on what a package holiday is.
Package Travel, Package Holiday, and Package Tour Regulations of 1992
These are the main body of regulations covering package holidays sold in the UK. They were updated in 2018 – see above.
Package Holiday Injury Compensation Claims Specialists
This is a specialist guide to claiming compensation for accidents which have happened on package holidays, such as those booked with this provider.
Serious Injury Claims Guide – How Much Compensation Can I Claim? – What Can Be Claimed For?
In this guide, you will find out more about claiming compensation for a serious injury.
Article by HC (Hanna)