Record The Details
It’s essential that you write down all the details of your injury and how it occurred while it’s all still fresh in your mind. You can then keep these on yourself if you are traveling alone, or pass them onto your holiday rep so they can start to figure out what has happened.
Sometimes, it can be best to take photos of where you got injured or get witness’ information to back up your story. After all, if the injury was caused by someone else, then you might be entitled to compensation. However, you’ll need to prove your story first.
Check Your Insurance
Are you covered for all the medical care you might need to help your injury? It’s best to check your insurance before you travel to make sure that you’re safe, but take a copy of the policy with you to the doctors or hospital to make sure that you’re safe.
Get Some Help
Of course, getting injured means that you’ll probably need some help. This could be from a holiday rep or on sight staff if it’s a minor injury. However, you may need to head to the hospital if your injuries are more severe.
Getting injured abroad isn’t something that many of us want to experience, but it’s important to know what to do just in case you ever find yourself in the situation. Hopefully, it won’t be long before you’re back on your feet and enjoying the rest of your trip.