Accident in Spain? The benefits of working with Spanish personal injury lawyers

Having an accident in Spain as a foreigner can be a frightening experience and can be confusing particularly if you don’t speak the language and cannot understand what your options are. Contacting English speaking Spanish personal injury lawyers will help you to understand the best course of action and take the right decisions, making the experience less daunting.

More about the benefits of working with Spanish personal injury lawyers, and the options available if you have been involved in an accident abroad.

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The most common types of accident claims in Spain.

Read what factors you should consider before making your claim.

Find out the advantages of working with a multilingual law firm.

The particular benefits of working with Giambrone & Partners’ Spanish personal injury lawyers.

We answer the common queries on setting up a business in Spain.

The causes of injuries in accidents abroad in Spain that may warrant a claim

Some common types of accidents abroad in Spain that entitle you to make a claim include:

  • Road traffic accidents
  • Falls due to inadequate safety measures
  • Bacterial infections, such as food poisoning
  • Swimming pool accidents.

If you are you unsure whether you can make a claim Contact experienced personal injury lawyers to achieve a clearer understanding of your options.

What you must to consider before making a personal injury claim in Spain

Before you make a claim, it is vital to ask yourself the following:

Which party is in the wrong?

Before you consider making a claim, you must be certain that someone else caused your accident. You must then consider what proof you have as to why someone else is at fault due to negligence or carelessness.

Did the accident occur within the last three years?

There is a three-year limitation time limit for making a claim for personal injurey following an accident, so it is extremely important that court proceedings are issued within this timeline.

Did your injuries require medical attention?

Some personal injury lawyers may choose not to take your case if your injuries did not warrant the attention of a Doctor. It is important that you have evidence of receiving medical attention from a medical professional, such as any letters, emails or proof of treatment you received.

If you are unsure what is required to make a personal injury claim? Contact our Spanish personal injury lawyers today.

Using a lawyer to represent you in a personal injury case

A personal injury lawyer will act your behalf in your best interests throughout the entire personal injury claim to ensure you have the best chance of receiving the compensation you deserve. Your compensation is intended to help you with your medical and rehabilitation costs.

Giambrone’s Spanish personal injury lawyers specialise in personal injury claims and have a track record of success in obtaining compensation resulting from injuries that were caused by third parties and will be able to assist you through the process of pursuing a claim for compensation.

Using a multilingual law firm

The option of a multilingual law firm if you have an accident in Spain enables you to fully understand your position as the lawyers will speak to you in your language and keep you fully informed of the progress of your matter. Giambrone & Partners also has the convenience of offices in Spain and in the UK, making it easier to manage your claim.

Contact Giambrone & Partners’ Spanish personal injury lawyers

Giambrone & Partners’ lawyers in Spain have extensive experience in personal injury cases and have successfully obtained thousands of pounds in compensation for our clients injured in Spain. Our multilingual lawyers in Spain will fight tenaciously on your behalf and obtain the best possible settlement for your claim. We will keep you fully informed about the progress of your case and take the best approach to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

Contact us today to find out how we can help.


Frequently asked questions

Do most personal injury cases settle before being heard before a court?

In many personal injury cases, it is common for an early settlement to avoid the potential for losing the case in court.

Do most personal injury cases settle before being heard before a court?

What is the limitation period for personal injury claims?

There is normally a three-year time limit from when you became aware of the your injury.

How much could I claim for personal injury or illness on holiday in Spain?

The amount you can claim as an award for your injury depends on numerous factors, including the severity of your injury and whether your injuries are impacting your daily life. If your injury has a major impact on your daily life you may be awarded thousands of pounds in compensation.

How can a personal injury claim be unsuccessful?

Your claim may not success if you are found to be entirely or in part at fault for the accident. Also, if there is insufficient proof to demonstrate that the other party was actually at fault. A claim may also be unsuccessful if you were aware of your injuries but make a claim after the three-year period following the accident, or if your injuries did not require any medical assistance or treatment at the time of the accident or at any time afterwards.

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