Air Accidents Are Rare, But You’re Still Eligible for Compensation

Flying is undoubtedly the safest way to travel, but air accidents and in-flight injuries do happen. Food poisoning from airline food and injuries from spillages of hot drinks or falling luggage are all common causes of legal action, and rare occasions of runway collisions can also be claimed for. Passengers can also claim if they are injured boarding a flight, or due to accidents caused by cabin crew or faulty equipment.

If you’ve sustained an injury or been hit by sickness on a flight due to the carelessness or negligence of others, Personal Injury Overseas could help you to claim the compensation you deserve on a no win, no fee* basis.

Time limits

Time limits for pursuing a claim under the Montreal Convention expire within two years of the date of disembarkation. It’s important to avoid delay, so get in touch with us on 0333 006 4099.

Have You Been Injured on a Flight?

Whether it’s from a defective seat or the negligence of cabin crew, an injury caused during a flight that wasn’t your fault could result in compensation. Thanks to the Montreal Convention, airlines and air carriers can be held liable for any accidents which befall you.

If you’ve been injured or have suffered from food poisoning during a flight, we want to hear from you so that we can help you to claim the compensation payout which you deserve.

Montreal Convention

This unified code for members of the EU, the USA and other states ensures that air carriers can be held liable for injuries suffered on board an aircraft or whilst embarking or disembarking.

PIO – Experts in Personal Injury

Claiming compensation for an injury sustained on an aeroplane is made simpler when you enlist specialist help. Thanks to our years of experience in the field of personal injury, PIO will be able to handle your case on a no win, no fee* basis. We’ll take the stress out of your claim. Simply get in touch and see how we can help.

If you are the employee of an airline and suffered an air accident, you may be covered by Employers’ Liability insurance, which we will have to take into account when assessing your case. To start the claim process, please fill out the form below or call us now on 0333 006 4099.