Holiday disputes , Family
Taking your children out of school during term time could land you in detention
Molly-Ellen Turecek from DAS Law explains the circumstances that permit an absence during term time and the penalties parents can face if they are found not to have complied with the law.
Your rights when it comes to holiday bookings
Ashlee Robinson, Associate and Thomas Pertaia, Legal Adviser, explain what you need to know around your cancellation rights.
Goods and services disputes , Holiday disputes , Professional services disputes
A summary of your consumer rights during the Covid-19 crisis
Whilst we try and navigate the ‘new normal’ there are a number of consumer issues which are causing concern. Simon Roberts looks at everything from shopping to holidays.
Compensation rules for delayed flights
If you’ve had your holiday tainted by a delayed flight, there is legislation which entitles you to reimbursement.
Compensation rules for lost or damaged luggage
If you have your luggage damaged or lost altogether, you may be able to claim compensation from the airline or through your travel insurance provider.
Taken ill on holiday? What to do if you have a genuine travel insurance claim
Nicole Rogers from DAS Law explains what you need to know about claiming on your insurance or taking legal action if you get sick on holiday.
Know your rights before buying ‘bargain’ holidays
How can you avoid becoming a victim of a holiday scam? And what if unforeseen circumstances force you to cancel a holiday that has already been paid for in advance?
Package holiday regulations and compensation
Here’s what you can do if unforeseen problems spoil your package holiday.