Travel And Tourism Solicitors
If you need legal advice following a trip abroad, then you can find a specialist travel and tourism law solicitor by searching through Solicitors Guru. (more...)
Why you may need a travel and tourism solicitor
Travelling abroad is exciting. But many aspects of travel have the potential to go wrong; occasionally disastrously so. Examples include:
- lost luggage
- personal injury
- car, plane or boat accident
- poor quality accommodation
- last minute cancellation of travel plans which leave you out of pocket
- travel insurance disputes
- breach of contract
- disputes with travel agents over the quality of the travel product sold
Businesses operating in the travel and tourism industry
It is not only private clients who require travel and tourism legal advice. Hotel operators, travel agents, airlines, tour operators and their insurers all need require legal assistance from time to time. Issues they face can include:
- drafting and negotiating supplier and customer contracts
- defending negligence claims
- insurance disputes
- regulatory compliance issues
- employment law issues
- disputes resolution
Finding the right lawyer on Solicitors Guru
Whether you’re in the travel and/or tourism business or a private consumer, you can find the right solicitor for you on our website.
Solicitors Guru is unique. Not only do we show you solicitors who are servicing your area, we also provide past and present clients with the opportunity to rate the legal practice and write comments on the level of service he or she received from the solicitor and law firm as a whole.
How to choose a travel and tourism solicitor
Once you have found two or three law firms who have the in-house expertise required to advise you on your travel and/or tourism law matter, give them a call and have a chat about your legal issue, to determine which is best for you. A good law firm will be happy to talk with you informally and let you know whether they can assist you.
To find a travel and tourism law expert, start searching with us today.