What to do if you are injured abroad
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If you are involved in an accident abroad and sustain injuries, it’s important to prove the other party (person or business entity) is responsible for the accident.
If you’re injured abroad:
1. Start by seeking medical treatment as soon as you’re injured. Failure to do so might affect the success of your claim.
2. Report your accident to the relevant authorities and take pictures of where the accident occurred.
3. Keep any personal expenses, receipts, or travel costs that you might have incurred concerning your injury abroad.
4. Finally, seek legal advice as soon as possible to find out how to start a claim.
Does travel insurance cover accidents abroad?
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Who can claim accident abroad compensation?
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How long will it take to settle my claim?
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What is the time limit to make a claim for an accident abroad?
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How much compensation could I get for an accident or injury abroad?
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