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    • buffer2212
    • By buffer2212 17th Jun 17, 12:05 AM
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    buffer2212
    Losing the will to fight!
    I have had numerous posts on here since June 2015 and lots of people have said I have a claim.In fact one lady had exactly the same situation and got compensation. I used all the example letters on this site and followed all the proper procedure. I have read the whole Regulations and case law and I am confident I have a case. I have never heard of Botts but I will look it up.

    Thank you
    Originally posted by buffer2212
    Well to continue with my saga, my solicitor has been sending emails to United Airlines since my last post. They came back in January to offer $100 each travel voucher. We refused, since UA have now pulled out of N. Ireland. My solicitor then emailed them back refusing this offer and advising them we are about to take legal action. Since then they have not replied, despite the solicitor having sent 2 more emails. I have been to see the solicitor and asked him why he needs to email them Instead of just proceeding with court action? He says it's impossible to take court action, as they don't have a UK Base!
    Is this true? Has anyone in the past had a successful claim against United and if so can anyone give me an address please.
    • Vauban
    • By Vauban 17th Jun 17, 5:16 AM
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    Vauban
    Have you read Lyndac40's posts in this thread - about #50 onwards? It's perfectly possible to sue United - there's even an address in Lyndac40's thread.

    Why are you using your solicitor to chase United? Is this not costing you money each time s/he sends a letter to the airline?
    • buffer2212
    • By buffer2212 17th Jun 17, 7:28 PM
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    buffer2212
    Have you read Lyndac40's posts in this thread - about #50 onwards? It's perfectly possible to sue United - there's even an address in Lyndac40's thread.

    Why are you using your solicitor to chase United? Is this not costing you money each time s/he sends a letter to the airline?
    Originally posted by Vauban
    I have tried already myself and they are refusing to pay out, so I went to the solicitor to proceed to court
    I will fins the address, thank you.
    • lyndac40
    • By lyndac40 17th Jun 17, 9:46 PM
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    lyndac40
    Hi Buffer, This is the address i used to send the court papers to United.
    United Airlines
    United House Building 451, Southern Perimeter Road, London Heathrow Airport
    Hounslow
    TW6 3LP
    Telephone: 0845-844 4777

    Dont give up

    Lynda xxx
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