Flight Delay Compensation Eligibility Criteria

If you are unaware about what is entailed into the eligibility criteria for receiving flight delay compensation, Sarah Waddington Solicitors are here to help you with any trouble you may be experiencing. Whether you feel that you have a valid claim or not, there is no harm in enquiring as you may be in luck and could be eligible to claim back your well-deserved compensation that you’ve totalled up as a result of unfortunately being on a delayed flight. In instances where airlines refuse to compensate the worthy claim, we recommend seeking professional help and guidance from experts like us, as they are renowned to deceive and betray customers, because they’re simply not willing to pay out for the delay.

One important aspect that factors into the eligibility criteria is being fully aware of all thorough details regarding your delayed flight. This is because most airlines won’t accept claims which aren’t sufficiently backed-up with evidence and adequate proof that your flight was legitimately delayed. If we have gathered enough of the information about the flight delay, then our team of representatives will effectively enforce your case against the particular airline company, and if required, will take and defend your claim in court. We believe that every case should be considered and will always go the extra mile for every client who approaches us to guarantee they claim back the necessary compensation they are due back.

Do you have a valid claim?

Many people become confused as to 1) know how to claim back compensation for their flight delay and 2) know if they have a valid claim. This is due to the sheer amount of incorrect and false information that companies compose, without having the necessary knowledge in order to legitimately inform the public of these details. We can pledge that the eligibility criteria we abide by is strictly professional and in line with all legal and lawful regulations.

In order to have a change of a successful claim, then the following criteria must all be met:

1. Your flight must have been cancelled or delayed by over 3 hours.

2. You must have taken the flight within the last 6 years.

3. Your flight must have taken off or landed in the EU, or your airline must be EU based.

*For these purposes the EU also includes Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. The other European countries covered are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

If you’ve read this eligibility criteria and believe that you’re rightly entitled to claim back flight delay compensation, Sarah Waddington Solicitors and our team of legal representatives are here to support and defend your claim, using knowledge which is highly regarded in the soliciting industry.

The Benefits of Assisting Legal Support When Claiming Flight Delay Compensation

Holding complete jurisdiction between legal disputes regarding flight delay compensation, our specialists have the ability to settle conflictions without the requirement of sovereign courts. However, when absolutely necessary we will defend and represent on behalf of our client within court settlements, ensuring complete support and guidance from the Sarah Waddington team.

Some of the main benefits include:

Complete Legitimacy: Many companies within this industry mislead and mis-sell their service to the general public as they feel that they’re particularly vulnerable within their legal case. However, Sarah Waddington Solicitors offer legitimate and genuine support to all consumers with the desire to claim back any flight delay compensation.

Increased Success Rate: With over 20 years’ experience, we certify that every legal matter and dispute has been dealt with efficiently and professionally. Our expertise regarding Spanish and British legislation has ultimately enabled a reliable prerogative to be developed, furthering our success rate to an opulent standard.

Full Guidance and Legal Advice: Treating each enquiry differently, our team of legal representatives carefully assess your claim, gaining a full and detailed understanding of all the necessary requirements and legal implications involved in your flight delay dispute. Offering specialist guidance and support, our legal authorities can solve your case, lawfully and professionally.

Validity and Reliability for your Flight Delay Compensation Case

In addition to adhering to the eligibility criteria, we always recommend that client’s consider other factors which may inhibit the compensation process. When people primarily enquire about our services, they struggle to understand why they should enlist in our professional assistance. Our answer is always the same; we constantly look to improve the way that we provide the services and we want the best for all clients. By employing the support of legal experts like us, the outcome will be much greater than if they had simply tried to solve the issue by themselves.

Claim your Flight Delay Compensation Today!

If you’ve been looking to claim flight delay compensation for a while now but haven’t had the courage or expertise in order to do so, there’s no time like the present! By contacting us today, you could be in the chance to receive back the compensation you have accumulated as a result of being on a delayed flight. Offering high levels of guidance to all clients who approach our business, we have the ability to supply customers with the necessary knowledge and professional proficiency to solve their flight compensation issue. Call us today on 01924 601112 to speak to a member of our specialist team.


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Contact Sarah Waddington Solicitors today by calling us direct on 01924 675039 or emailing us on [email protected]. Alternatively Send us a message and one of our professional team will be in touch with you shortly.

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