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Children Struck With Vomiting Bug at Spanish Resort

In May this year, at least thirty children were reportedly hospitalised after falling ill at a hotel in Spain.

Marina Parc Hotel

It was reported that children staying at the Marina Parc hotel in Arenal D’en Castell, Menorca, experienced “severe sickness and diarrhoea” after playing in the hotel pool.

One guest at the hotel, Kevin Kiernan, was enjoying a two week stay with his partner and 10 month old daughter when his child became ill. Mr Kiernan claims the hotel provided the family with a dirty cot, staff failed to keep highchairs in the restaurant clean and that ‘scum’ was visible in the pool.

Projectile Vomiting

Mr Kiernan’s child was so violently sick – he claims at one point she was projectile vomiting – that she had to be taken to a Spanish hospital and was put on a drip.

Mr Kiernan has spoken out about his ordeal:

“One minute [my daughter] was smiling and laughing then she was violently sick it was very scary,

“Then when we cleaned her up but she was sick again. We were really worried.”

His daughter was kept in hospital for four days, but had to return for further tests. Whilst at the hospital, Mr Kiernan claims that he met other parents of sick children who were staying at the same hotel.

The family of three returned home to Wales five days earlier than planned. Once back home, their daughter was taken to Cardiff hospital and received further treatment.

First Choice

First Choice, with whom the holiday was booked, offered the family a travel voucher worth just £50 when he complained, according to Mr Kiernan.

A spokesman for First Choice has said:

“We are sorry to hear of the Kiernan family’s experience. As this is now subject to legal proceedings, it would be inappropriate for us to comment further.

“We closely audit all resorts to which we operate to ensure that health, hygiene and comfort levels are maintained in line with industry standards.”

Holiday Sickness 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, and to 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 info@hampsonhughes.com

Source: Huffington Post

£4,750 Compensation Secured for Holiday Illness in Tunisia

Our Travel Law team were recently instructed by two friends who contracted infective gastroenteritis whilst on holiday in Tunisia.

Our clients made an online booking with Thomson for a 2 week stay at the Club Hotel Riu Marco Polo in Tunisia.

Shortly after arriving at the hotel our clients began to notice evidence of poor hygiene. They advised that there was a particular problem with the food served at the hotel and the buffet food was of an extremely poor standard.

According to our clients, food was left out for long periods of time and often appeared reheated. The eating areas were also infested with flies and wild birds which found their way onto the food.

Three days into the holiday our clients contracted infective gastroenteritis, suffering symptoms of stomach cramps and severe diarrhoea. Medication was purchased from a local pharmacy to help relieve their symptoms.

Our expert Travel Law team secured these clients an overall sum of £4,750 compensation.

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, Head of Travel Law here at Hampson Hughes said:

“These cases signify another triumph in the battle against the cost cutting exercises of tour operators. It is simply not acceptable to allow them to continue to take money from hard working holiday makers and provide them with sub-standard hygiene practices in return. If you have been struck down by illness while on a package holiday, call us today for your free no obligation consultation.”

Holiday sickness 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, and to 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 info@hampsonhughes.com

£3,500 Compensation Awarded for Holiday Illness in Mexico

Ariel view of pool at Riu Cancun Hotel Mexico

Our Travel Law team were recently instructed by a client who contracted infective gastroenteritis whilst on holiday in Mexico.

Holiday illness symptoms

Our client and her partner booked a 2 week stay at the Riu Palace Playacar Resort in Mexico to celebrate their engagement. A day into the holiday, our client began to suffer holiday illness symptoms including vomiting, high temperature, as well as suffering from nausea and fatigue. A doctor was called out and our client was prescribed medication and given an injection to help relieve her symptoms.

Poor food hygiene standards

According to our client, the hygiene at the hotel was very poor, particularly in relation to the food.

Our client reports: The smell of sewage around the hotel and suspects waste water was sprayed on the greenery around the hotel. Food was undercooked in hotel restaurant. Food was not served at the right temperature. Food appeared reheated. Food was left out for long periods of time. Staff members did not wear gloves when handling the food.

Our expert Travel Law team secured this client £3,500.00 compensation.

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, Head of Travel Law here at Hampson Hughes, said:

“I am pleased we were able to secure a successful outcome in this case. Everyday we are the lawyers of choice for hundreds of holidaymakers who have been unfortunate enough to fall ill whilst on holiday. In most cases the problem is down to insufficient food and hygiene standards at hotels which the tour operator is responsible for.”

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 illness compensation, and to 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 info@hampsonhughes.com

Hundreds Struck by Norovirus on UK to US Cruise

It has emerged that hundreds of passengers aboard a British cruise ship to North America have been taken ill with norovirus.

There are 919 passengers and over 500 crew members on board the Balmoral. According to health officials from the US Centre for Disease Control (CDC), around 252 of those have been struck with the virus. Around eight members of the crew are also said to be suffering from norovirus, also known as the winter vomiting bug.

The ship, carrying mainly British passengers according to owners Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, set sail from Southampton in the UK on the 16th April, for a five week “Old England to New England” journey to the States.

When the ship docked in Baltimore on 30th April, CDC experts boarded in order to carry out tests on those that were showing signs of illness. The Balmoral docked in Portland on Sunday and is expected to arrive in Saint John, in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, today. Those that are infected with the virus have been instructed to stay inside their cabins.

A statement from Fred Olsen Cruises said:

“Fred.Olsen has been undertaking extensive sanitisation measures and cleaning of the ship, in accordance with its strict illness containment and prevention plan.

“Commonly, the illness abates within one or two days. Those guests who are affected are asked to remain in their rooms during this time – with complimentary room service and in-room entertainment.

“Fred.Olsen is co-operating fully with all the necessary maritime agencies and authorities,‎ as Balmoral continues on her cruise, and will continue to make e‎very effort possible to ensure the safety and well-being of all its guests and crew on board, which is of paramount importance.”

However, this is not the first time that the Balmoral has been hit by a viral outbreak. In May last year, passengers aboard the ship fell ill with the same norovirus and the trip was cut short. In 2010, more than 300 passengers were reported suffering diarrhoea and vomiting when the Balmoral docked in Los Angeles, whilst in 2009 during a cruise around Scotland, over 100 passengers were reported to have been struck with norovirus.

Symptoms of the norovirus include rapid onset of nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea and often last a day or two.

Holiday Illness – Expert Advice

If you have been affected by the norovirus outbreak whilst on board the Balmoral cruise ship and you would like expert advice on this type of case, contact Hampson Hughes Solicitors today on 0800 888 6888 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com

Alternatively, if you have suffered from an illness due to poor hygiene standards whilst on a cruise holiday within the past 3 years, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our expert Travel Law team today for further information.

Please note, if at any stage you have accepted a settlement directly from the cruise provider, or asked to sign a disclaimer, you may be undercompensated and you will be unable to make a claim for compensation.

Sources: BBC News; Sky News

Holiday sickness hotspots

Holiday sickness is often viewed as an expected part of the jet set experience. The onset of holiday illness has become so widely accepted that UK holiday makers will frequently make light of the situation, referring to Delhi Belly, Montezuma’s Revenge, or the Turkey Trots. But falling ill through the consumption of food and drink provided by your package deal hotel is no joke, and it should not happen. If you believe that your symptoms of holiday illness are linked to poor hygiene in your package deal resort, you could be entitled to holiday illness compensation.

Claims by country

The map shows the location of all holiday sickness claims accepted by Hampson Hughes Solicitors, shown as a percentage of the overall number of accepted claims.

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Types of holiday sickness

In most cases, contracting a bacterial or viral infection will follow contact with food that has not been cooked thoroughly or food that has not been stored hygienically (i.e. food that has been left out in the open). There are many common types of illness associated with foreign travel, commonly referred to as ‘gastroenteritis’, a term which covers stomach cramps, diarrhoea, and vomiting. However, understanding your illness may help us to make an accurate claim for holiday sickness compensation.

Types of holiday sickness include:

Salmonella

Salmonella is a type of bacteria found in uncooked meats

  • Onset: 1-3 days
  • Typical Duration: 7 days
  • Symptoms: abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, vomiting, fever

Cryptosporidium

Cryptosporidium is a parasite found in untreated water

  • Onset: 2 – 10 days
  • Typical duration: 3-4 weeks
  • Symptoms: abdominal cramps, watery diarrhoea, vomiting, fever

Campylobacter

Campylobacter is a type of bacteria found in food, water, and animals

  • Onset: 2- 5 days
  • Typical duration: 10 days
  • Symptoms: abdominal cramps, vomiting, bloody diarrhoea

Shigella

Shigella is a type of bacteria found in food, water, and faeces

  • Onset: 1-4 days
  • Typical duration: 5-7 days
  • Symptoms: abdominal cramps, vomiting, bloody diarrhoea, rectal spasms

Giardia lamblia

Giardia lamblia is a parasite found in soil or food contaminated with animal faeces

  • Onset: 1-2 weeks
  • Typical duration: 2-3 weeks
  • Symptoms: abdominal cramps, bloating, diarrhoea, fatigue

E Coli

E Coli is a type of bacteria found in raw foods and drinks contaminated with animal faeces

  • Onset: 1-4 days
  • Typical duration: 5-10 days
  • Symptoms: watery diarrhoea that becomes bloody, fever, chills, headaches

Holiday sickness 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, and to 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 info@hampsonhughes.com

Woman Contracts Legionnaires’ Disease after Sardinia Holiday

A British woman is taking legal action against a travel company after she was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease following illness whilst on holiday in Sardinia.

58 year old Patricia Pybus, from Northallerton, North Yorkshire, spent nine weeks in intensive care following her return to the UK after staying at the four-star Hotel Pulicinu last August.

Sunstroke symptoms

Less than a week into the luxury break with her husband, Mrs Pybus contracted what she thought was sunstroke. However, her condition soon deteriorated and she began to experience diarrhoea, headaches, nausea and stomach cramps. Mrs Pybus also developed chest pains and a persistent cough as the holiday continued, as well as feeling lethargic and feverish.

The holidaymaker, who booked the trip through Manchester-based Travel Counsellors, claims that their room at the hotel smelled stale and looked as though it had not been inhabited for weeks.

Mrs Pybus also claims that the air conditioning unit in her hotel room was constantly leaking water and covered in rust, and that the showers were old.

Nine weeks in ICU

Once the couple returned to the UK, Mrs Pybus went to Friarige Hospital in Northallerton and was admitted to an intensive care unit. It was there that doctors diagnosed her with pneumonia caused by Legionella pneumophila, or Legionnaires’ disease.

Mrs Pybus spent nine weeks in total in the intensive care unit after being heavily sedated for the first fortnight and undergoing a tracheotomy.

Now back at home, Mrs Pybus claims she has difficulty simply walking upstairs as she suffers from shortness of breath, leaving her unable to work and having to depend on her husband for day to day tasks.

Mrs Pybus said:

“At first we just thought it was a simple case of sunstroke but it became clear very quickly that things were much worse than that.

“I have lost months of my life from being in intensive care, not to mention the distress and anxiety my family were put through, not knowing if I could ever come round from it.

“We have been to hell and back as a result of my illness and I want to do everything possible to prevent anyone else going through the same experience which we have been through.”

A spokesperson for Travel Counsellors released the following statement:

“This is an ongoing claim and so it is inappropriate to comment further at this time, but the health and welfare of our customers is of paramount importance to us and we work closely with our hotel suppliers to achieve the highest safety standards.”

Legionnaires’ disease

According to the NHS Choices website, ‘Legionnaires’ disease is a serious lung infection caused by Legionella bacteria’. Symptoms echo that of the flu, with sufferers experiencing muscle pain, headaches, tiredness, chills, fever and even changes to an individual’s mental state.

Legionella bacteria is usually caught by breathing in small droplets of contaminated water in rivers, lakes, ponds and even artificial water supply systems including air conditioning units. Once the lungs are infected with this bacteria, patients may suffer from symptoms of pneumonia, including shortness of breath and chest pains, as well as a persistent cough.

The NHS website goes on to say that symptoms usually take around six to seven days to symptoms to show, however this can vary by anything from two to nineteen days.

Holiday Illness Claims – Expert Advice

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, Travel Law expert here at Hampson Hughes Solicitors, said:

“Reports of Mrs Pybus’s illness are alarming and cause for concern. It is vital that tour operators be held accountable for the failings basic hygiene standards of their hotel providers. If you have fallen victim to poor hygiene standards while on a package holiday, contact us today to find out whether you are eligible to claim.”

For more information as to whether or not you are able to claim compensation following illness whilst on an all-inclusive package holiday, contact Hampson Hughes Solicitors today for free and friendly, no obligation advice on 0800 888 6888 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com

Source: Mail Online; NHS Choices

Another satisfied Travel Law client!

Hampson Hughes’s Travel Law department goes from strength to strength as Head of Travel Law, Shiamli Mehta-Cronie receives an expression of gratitude from one very grateful client.

‘I would like to express my gratitude to the travel law department at Hampson Hughes for all of the kind help I received from them in handling my claim. I would not hesitate recommending them to friends and family. Thank you.’

Mrs Goscombe

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Holiday Illness: Couple Demand Answers after Husband Contracts Sepsis

A man has been left unable to work again after contracting sepsis at a Mexican hotel on what was supposed to be a ‘dream holiday’.

Severe gastric illness

Clive Roberts, 62, ended up in intensive care after he and his wife Caroline returned from their holiday at the luxury Barceló Maya Tropical resort. On their first day back in the UK, Mr Roberts developed a severe gastric illness, suffering with symptoms such as vomiting, a fever and diarrhoea, whilst at his job as a scaffolder.

After a visit to his GP, Mr Roberts was advised to go straight to A&E as his symptoms were so severe. Upon his arrival at Worthing Hospital’s A&E, he was admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU) where he was diagnosed with Sepsis and Haemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS). HUS is a severe and often life-threatening complication that occurs in about 10% of those infected with E.coli and can often lead to kidney failure.

The trip to Mexico was supposed to be a celebration of Mrs Roberts’ 60th birthday; however the couple now demand answers, after their luxury holiday ended in a stay in ICU. They have sought legal advice and are urging anyone suffering with similar symptoms after staying at the Barceló Maya Tropical resort.

Health & hygiene concerns

According to Mr Roberts, the couple have a number of concerns regarding the health and hygiene standards at the resort. They claim they often saw birds pecking at uncovered food in the hotel restaurants, as well as food that was supposed to be kept chilled being served at room temperature.

Mr Roberts said:

‘This was supposed to be an enjoyable holiday to celebrate Caroline’s 60th birthday in style.

‘The hotel really wasn’t up to the standards we had expected and we were left disappointed.

‘To fall seriously ill immediately after coming back to the UK and end up spending three weeks in hospital has meant the memories of Caroline’s 60th birthday have been ruined forever.

‘We want to know what caused me to fall so ill and that the hygiene concerns will be looked into, so that other people will not go through the ordeal we have endured.’

A spokesman for Barceloa has provided the following statement:

‘Mr and Mrs Roberts stayed at the Barcelo Maya Hotel in Mexico from March 3 to 17, 2015.

‘We read in the MailOnline that he was diagnosed with sepsis after he returned home to England.

‘We hope that he has made a full recovery. Mr and Mrs Roberts have not been in touch with the hotel since their stay in March 2015.

‘The hotel adheres to all health and safety inspections. We take the wellbeing of our guests extremely seriously and will conduct every necessary investigation.’

Holiday illness claims – expert advice

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, Head of Travel Law here at Hampson Hughes Solicitors said:

‘Tour operators need to be held accountable for the failures of their hotels and resorts. Deficiencies in hygiene standards breed infection and cause outbreaks of illness causing symptoms of sickness, stomach cramps, diarrhoea and dehydration.

‘If you believe that you have contracted food poisoning whilst on a package holiday, contact our dedicated Travel Team today for your FREE no-obligation consultation. Whatever your circumstances, we may be able to help you to secure maximum personal injury compensation. For further information, please see our food poisoning abroad claims page.’

For more information as to whether or not you are able to claim compensation following illness whilst on an all-inclusive package holiday, contact Hampson Hughes today for free and friendly, no obligation advice on 0800 888 6 888 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com

Source: About-HUS; Mail Online

Teenager Receives 6 Figure Compensation Pay-out for Holiday Illness

Bradie Perkins was thirteen when he caught a potentially fatal illness whilst holidaying in Turkey with his family.

One of Twenty Seven

Bradie was one of twenty seven individuals who fell ill in October 2010 whilst staying at the Holiday Village in the Sarigerme area of Dalaman.

Due to what his family claim was poor food hygiene at the resort, the teenager had to be taken to hospital on two occasions after suffering from dehydration, severe diarrhoea and stomach cramps.

Bradie was diagnosed with a parasitic infection, giardiasis, as well as E.coli and a kidney condition, haemolytic uraemic syndrome. The latter has left the teenager with kidneys that only work at two thirds of their regular function.

Career Hopes Dashed

Before the trip to Turkey, Bradie had aspired to join the navy, however due to the kidney condition he contracted Bradie is unable to pursue his dream career. Now eighteen and studying for his A-levels, Bradie has told of how he was ‘devastated’ when he learnt that he cannot fulfil his dream of a naval career.

He went on to say:

“I’ll have to live with the effects of my illness forever and will always be watching what I eat or worrying about where to go on holiday.”

Undercooked & Uncovered Food

The Perkins family have claimed that they witnessed left over food being reused and simply ‘topped up’ the following day in the hotel restaurant, along with food sometimes being undercooked. They have also claimed that food at the resort was often left uncovered and so unprotected from the flies, insects and cats which frequented the restaurant.

Bradie said:

“I knew something was wrong when I became so tired and for the last few days of my holiday I felt like I spent more time in the hotel room than I did with my family actually enjoying myself.”

It has been reported that TUI UK Ltd, trading as First Choice, settled a number of weeks before a trial was due to begin. The full amount of the pay-out Bradie received was not disclosed.

Holiday Illness Claims – Expert Advice

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, Travel Law expert here at Hampson Hughes Solicitors, said:

“Cases like these while alarming are unfortunately not uncommon. Poor practices of food and hygiene standards in resorts abroad are on the rise. If you believe that you have contracted food poisoning during a holiday, contact our dedicated Travel Team today for your FREE no-obligation consultation. Whatever your circumstances, we may be able to help you to secure maximum personal injury compensation. For further information, please see our food poisoning abroad claims page.”

For more information as to whether or not you are able to claim compensation following illness whilst on an all-inclusive package holiday, contact Hampson Hughes Solicitors today for free and friendly, no obligation advice on 0800 888 6888 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com

Source: Sky.com

British Tourists Fall Ill Whilst Holidaying at Zante Hotel

Two British tourists were treated for a possible outbreak of E. coli after a severe stomach bug spread through the hotel they were staying at on the Greek island of Zante.

The pair had booked their holiday, a week’s stay at the 2* Savvas Hotel, through Thomas Cook Club 18-30. Upon arrival Becky Robson, 22, and Millie Schofield, 21, saw that their room was dirty; with stained bedding and vomit on the balcony walls. They claim that they could also audibly hear other guests being violently ill.

The two students became severely ill with vomiting and diarrhoea themselves, during and after their stay at the hotel. Becky was treated with anti-sickness injections, stomach settlers, anti-biotics to treat E. coli and put on an IV drip at Iassis Medical Centre.

Chronic sickness and diarrhoea

Becky has said of their experience:

‘On arrival the hotel smelt like sewage, it was nothing more than a glorified cow shed. When we walked into our room I was shocked it was dirty, the bedding and pillows had stains on, the towels smelt horrible and were not clean, even the balcony had sick on the walls.

‘Our room was bang next to the drainage system and a farm, it stunk. Not even 24 hours into our stay my friend fell ill with violent sickness and diarrhoea.

‘I demanded to the reps to move us as it wasn’t just my friend that was ill.

‘All you could hear in the hotel was people being sick, I think that’s why they blasted out loud music all the time to disguise what was going on.

‘I knew straight away I couldn’t stay there with everyone else already violently ill.

She added:

‘By the Saturday morning Millie was very ill and continued to be. By this point I had begged the reps for a flight home or to move hotels.

‘Up to 95 per cent of all other guests at the Savvas Hotel had the same thing.

‘We were finally moved to a different hotel on the Saturday evening but by this point I started with the illness. I had chronic sickness and diarrhoea. We had just got to the new hotel when I fell chronically ill.

‘Whilst in hospital there were so many people from Savvas Hotel with the same illness, the staff didn’t even have to ask where they were staying in the end. I was the most ill I have ever been in my life and became severely dehydrated.

‘The drugs prescribed to me at the Greek hospital were specifically to treat E.coli, nothing else. I have blood tests that show a gastric infection.

Complaint & Response

Since arriving back in the UK, the pair have complained to Thomas Cook, however according to Becky, the firm have denied any allegations that Savvas Hotel was the cause of their illness. Thomas Cook has released the following statement:

‘Club 18-30 routinely undertakes independent third-party audits of all its hotels. We can confirm that there were reports of gastric illness in the resort of Laganas last August, which was believed to have been of a viral nature.

‘The Hotel Savaas management immediately put into place internationally recognised Prevention of Spread of Infection (POSI) procedures, and those customers in resort were offered every assistance by our dedicated resort team.

‘We take all reports of illness extremely seriously, and did everything we could to help Ms Robson and Ms Schofield after they fell ill. Since their return, our customer services team have advised Ms Robson and Ms Schofield that we have launched a full and thorough investigation into their illness.

‘We know how upsetting it can be when our customers fall ill while on holiday.

‘As no other confirmed cases of e-coli have been reported, we have asked Ms Robson and Ms Schofield to provide medical evidence of this, so that we can continue our investigation and look to resolve this matter with them as soon as possible.’

Holiday Illness Claims – Expert Advice

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, expert Travel Law solicitor at Hampson Hughes, has said:

‘The reports of the illness outbreak at the Savvas Hotel in Zante are distressing.

‘It is vital that tour operators be held accountable for the failings of their hotel providers.

‘If you have fallen victim to poor food and hygiene standards while on a package holiday, contact us today to find out whether you are eligible to claim’

For more information as to whether or not you are able to claim compensation following illness whilst on an all-inclusive package holiday, contact Hampson Hughes today for free and friendly, no obligation advice on 0151 236 1222 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com

Source: Mail Online