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Hampson Hughes: Illness Abroad Claims

Annual holidays are a British institution. We work all year, save up and look forward to a break away in the sun to put our feet up, relax and spend time with our loved ones.

While this may be an institution for us, those providing us with such getaways don’t always appear to respect the sanctity of the annual holiday. Many tour operators and hotel providers are increasingly cutting corners in regards to basic hygiene and sanitation standards, causing many holiday goers to fall ill whilst abroad.

Bacterial infections are the most common cause of sickness and are usually caused through the consumption of contaminated food or water.

The most common food poisoning infections are as follows:

• Salmonella
• Amoebic dysentery
• Campylobacter
• Ecoli
• Cryptosporidium
• Hepatitis A
• Typhoid
• Shigella
• Norovirus
• Giardia lamblia

If your holiday has been ruined because you became unwell, you may be able to claim compensation from your tour operator through English law. In particular the Package Travel Regulations Act 1992, if you specifically booked a package deal.

Illness Abroad – Expert Advice

Our specialist Travel Lawyers have extensive experience relating to travel law claims and they will provide plain, simple and straightforward legal advice.

We conduct all our holiday illness compensation claims pursuant to “no win no fee” arrangements, ensuring maximum compensation for YOU.

If you have suffered illness while on a package holiday within the last 3 years due to poor hygiene standards at your hotel, our specialist Travel Lawyers will be able to offer free and friendly advice on making a claim. Contact Hampson Hughes Solicitors today on 0800 888 6888 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com

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