Everybody who often flies has already experienced it: the flight was delayed. Sometimes, it is only half an hour, other times it can be hours. And in some cases, you can arrive extremely late to the final destination. Because of these problems, the European Union has prepared a regulation that protects people travelling with airlines. The airlines need to care about you and provide you assistance but in certain cases, when the arrival to your final destination exceeds 4 hours, you are entitled to a financial compensation up to EUR 600, depending on the distance and delay. All flights within the EU are covered and also flights departing from the EU. It is not easy to get it from the airlines, sometimes. We at Claimnow.eu have years of experience with claiming the flight compensations on behalf of our clients. And we will help you as well!
We help our clients claim compensations for problems with their flights. We know the current legislation and have years of experience to force the payment of compensation also in cases where individual passengers would fail.
The majority of our cases is handled outside the court. At the beginning, things were different and the airlines were trying to avoid paying the compensations. However, with more years in business, they are aware of our power and try to make an agreement well before going to the court.
Sometimes, a lawsuit is inevitable. In these cases, our lawyers take over the agenda. For you, our clients, there are no additional costs for processing the lawsuit. However, as claimed before, we do our best to get your financial compensation well ahead and avoid time consuming lawsuits.
We offer free consultation to all existing and prospective clients who experienced any flight problem and need to get advice. Talk to us already from the airport or send us a request afterwards – we will check your entitlement and help you claim your compensation.
We have the overview of current legislation, best practices and cases. Our aim is to process them and inform you about the most important changes or cases that might be of your interest.