Holiday to Turkey Ruined by Food Poisoning
Our team of expert Travel Law solicitors recently secured compensation for a client, after her 7 day holiday to Turkey was ruined by food poisoning.
Veronika Piskorova booked to stay at the Crystal Hotel in Bodrum, Turkey, as an all-inclusive package holiday through hotel operators Olympic Holidays in August 2015.
Just three days into her stay at the Crystal Hotel, Miss Piskorova began to feel unwell. She suffered symptoms including stomach cramps, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting after eating at the hotel restaurant.
Miss Piskorova noted various issues relating to poor food and hygiene standards in the restaurant. Food was left uncovered for long periods of time, as well as appearing under cooked and reheated. Miss Piskorova claims that food was often served at the incorrect temperature and there seemed to be no suitable refrigeration in place, with salads being served warm.
Our client also noted that staff did not wear gloves when handling food and that the restaurant itself was ‘dirty’.
Our Travel Law team successfully secured £1,900 in compensation for our client.
Miss Piskorova expressed her gratitude to the team and said following the successful outcome:
‘I would like to thank you for all your hard work’
Holiday Illness Claims – Expert Advice
If you believe that your holiday illness symptoms are linked to poor hygiene standards within your package deal hotel, you may be entitled to holiday illness compensation. There are certain steps that you could take in support of your claim:
•Note all important dates
•Report any hygiene issues to your holiday rep
•Document any suspected poor hygiene (e.g. photo, video)
For further information on holiday sickness compensation, please take a look at our Package Holiday Claims page.
Discover how much compensation you could be entitled to, call our expert team of travel law solicitors today for instant answers. Whatever your experience with holiday sickness, we may be able to help. We offer you a FREE no-obligation consultation. Call 0800 888 6 888 or email [email protected].