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Leading Compensation Claim Law Firm Launches EU Flight Delay Compensation Service

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Manchester based law firm ‘Clear Law Solicitors’ launch EU Flight Delay Compensation Service to meet high consumer demand.

July 24, 2014

Manchester, England – July 24th, 2014 /PressCable/ — Manchester based law firm ‘Clear Law Solicitors’ have launched a brand new Flight Delay Compensation Service in response to a rising demand in this sector. Further details on the service can be found directly on the website.
Clear Law state that compensation for delayed flights is being awarded to consumers under the terms of EC Regulation 261/2004, and has been extended following recent decisions of the European Court of Justice.
If the flight was cancelled, delayed by more than three hours in arriving, or the passenger was denied boarding on the flight against their will, the passenger may be entitled to claim up to €600 in flight delay compensation per passenger.
It is worth noting that in order to progress any delayed flight compensation claim there are a few required stipulations:
- In the case of delayed claims, the passenger must be delayed arriving into the scheduled arrival airport by at least three hours;
- The flight must have been departing from an airport based within the EU, or arriving into an airport based in the EU on an airline registered in the EU. Therefore if flying from New York to London on a British Airways flight, a claim would be possible; whereas if flying from Delhi to London on an Air India flight,the claim would not be possible;
- The flight must have been within the past 6 years in order to be eligible to claim;
- The passenger must be a fee paying passenger (Air Miles are included), with a confirmed reservation on the flight and with the exception of cancelled flights and must have checked-in within 45 minutes of the departure time;
- The airline must not be able to demonstrate that the cancellation or delay was caused as a result of ‘extraordinary circumstances’.
Hannah Bardsley from Clear Law states:
“Many of us have experienced, and others can surely only imagine, how frustrating lengthy delays in airports can be, let alone the stress and frustration of having your flight cancelled shortly before you were meant to take off and having to completely change your plans. Following recent developments, the law now looks to protect passengers, and their consumer rights, by allowing passengers to claim fixed compensation from the airlines. At Clear Law, we take the added stress of seeking compensation away from you by doing all the hard work. We’ll submit your compensation for delayed flights claim, chase the airline for a response and if necessary take the airline all the way to court.”
Clear Law Solicitors work on a No Win | No Fee basis and provide clear guidance on the flight delayed compensation service it provides.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeremy
Organization: Clear Law Solicitors
Website: www.clearlawonline.co.uk
Phone: 0808 163 4484

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