offer compensation

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"We have been in touch with Leeann to offer compensation as a gesture of goodwill and we understand they have also been in contact with their insurance provider."
Rail regulator the Office of Rail and Road said it is examining the National Rail Conditions of Travel to consider whether firms such as GTR should offer compensation to season ticket holders when they advise passengers not to travel.
He urged upon the government to offer compensation to farmers so that they could be able to cultivate cotton crop.
The matter was settled without a hearing after the pub - which has not been identified - agreed to apologise to the man and offer compensation of [euro]3,500.
It was also nice of the other vehicle's owner to offer compensation as we normally are reluctant to accept our fault.
South West Trains says it will only offer compensation on days when there has been "severe disruption" and "no alternative transport", as per its passengers' charter.
Other builders have drawn up similar contracts but have yet to offer compensation.
Emirates reportedly told him the plane was fully booked and did not offer compensation or an apology.
But European Union rules, known as the Denied Boarding Regulation, place a clear duty on carriers to offer compensation for delays.
Atlanta-based Delta said it would offer compensation to customers affected by significant delays or cancellations.
(TAP)- Turkey announced it will offer compensation and a monthly income to the families of those killed or injured during last month's failed coup attempt.
Most train companies offer compensation if services are delayed by at least half an hour, but a survey of 7,000 passengers found only a third (34%) of those who may be entitled to a payout actually made a claim.