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Fri 10th Aug 2012
Thousands of holidaymakers heading off to resorts around the world this summer will take part in an excursion. For many, this is an integral part of their annual holiday abroad.
Thu 19th Jul 2012
The FCO has released findings of its British Behaviour Abroad Report which shows a notable increase of 3% in the number of British people requiring consular assistance while travelling abroad.
Tue 17th Jul 2012
We are pleased to announce that two
solicitors from our Travel Litigation team, Chris Deacon and Lauren Haas, were
highly commended at the recent Solent Education Business Partnership (Solent EBP)
awards. The awards ceremony took place
at the Novotel Hotel in Southampton on
Wednesday 11 July 2012.
Tue 3rd Jul 2012
Recently Blake Lapthorn's Claims Abroad team settled a claim for £1,300.00 for an illness lasting four days.
Fri 29th Jun 2012
The travel industry has changed a lot since the 1990s . It is now common for people to go online and book their holiday themselves in a few clicks.
Thu 28th Jun 2012
Blake Lapthorn has recently been appointed to act on behalf of a holidaymaker who contracted e-coli allegedly as a result of staying at the Hotel Sensatori, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt in May 2012.
Mon 11th Jun 2012
There are various pieces of legislation that protect consumers when they are abroad. If someone is on a package holiday, having bought their hotel and flights for a single price then they have some protection - but how much?
Wed 6th Jun 2012
We are pleased to announce that Blake Lapthorn has been appointed as one of the partners for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office's (FCO) 'Know Before You Go' (KBYG) Campaign.
Fri 25th May 2012
Blake Lapthorn has recently been appointed to act on behalf of a holidaymaker who contracted legionnaires as a result of staying at the Diamante Hotel in Calpe, Spain in January 2012.
Consumer wins again as ECJ considers compensation for flight delay under the Denied Boarding Regulations
Mon 21st May 2012
Consumers still in limbo over their claims for compensation for delay, airlines and travel insurers alike have been waiting for the European Court of Justice to opine on whether compensation under the Denied Boarding Regulations is available for very long flight delays.
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