Scooter Accidents Abroad

While holidaying abroad many people choose to travel around by scooter. A cheap way to travel and avoid the traffic, they promise an exhilarating alternative to car travel. Unfortunately, they are also well known for being involved in accidents, especially abroad.

Scooter accidents abroad can happen for a number of reasons which would entitle you to compensation. Such circumstances are:

  • Poor road surfaces
  • Another driver failing to notice you and collides with you
  • Collisions with emergency services
  • Rental scooter was poorly maintained


An important consideration in your case is how your holiday accident injuries may affect you if you were ever to lose your job. In certain circumstances we can claim for the disadvantage you may suffer trying to get new work if there is a risk you were to be made redundant. If you have been injured whilst riding a scooter abroad and it wasn’t your fault, then claim compensation for an accident abroad. Our personal injury solicitors are experts at claiming compensation for those injured in road traffic accidents abroad.

For more information on how to pursue scooter accident abroad claim please  call us today on, 0151 735 1000.


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