This video was filmed on 21 March 2017 in Bodrum, Turkey. The law and practice in Turkey change all the time. Please be aware that it may be out of date.
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This is a detailed video discussion about Accidents Due to Defective Premises. Please read our written Guide to Accidents Due to Defective Premises for more information or download our audio (MP3) guide on the subject.
Accidents due to defective premises - e.g. a pot-holed pathway, a rickety building or railings that fall off the balcony - are sadly quite common. How do you deal with them in Turkey? Are the standards for 'defective' high or low compared to other countries?
|Turkey Country Guide
Essential facts and figures about Turkey
|Dealing with an Accident in Turkey
How are accident claims dealt with in Turkey?
|Accidents Due to Defective Premises in Turkey
What can you do if you have an accident due to dodgy premises?
|Accidents on the Road in Turkey
What happens if you have a car accident in Turkey?
|Accidents at Work in Turkey
What happens if you have an accident in your workplace (or one of your employees has an accident) in Turkey?
I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any further help, please contact me.John Howell 18 April 2017
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