Tag: holiday sickness claims

£10,210 Recovered for Family’s Christmas Holiday to Egypt

Image of pool at Le Royal Holiday Resort Sharm el Sheikh Egypt

Our travel law team were recently instructed by a family of three who became severely ill on their Christmas holiday to Egypt.

Family Holiday

Our clients booked a week’s stay at the Le Royal Holiday Resort in Sharm El Sheikh through tour operators Thomas Cook, as an all-inclusive package from 25th December 2014 to 1st January 2015.

On their first evening at the hotel, our clients ate at the hotel restaurant. The family – consisting of a mother, father and son – claim that they all ate what they believed to be a dish containing meat. However, due to the thick sauce covering the food, they could not be certain what type of meat.

Symptoms

The following day, the mother became ill with stomach cramps, vomiting and diarrhoea. Later that same day their son became ill, with the father also showing symptoms of sickness further on in the evening.

Our clients’ symptoms included stomach cramps, high temperature and severe diarrhoea. Our clients claim that they were constantly rushing to the toilet. As the holiday progressed, all three family members symptoms worsened to include severe diarrhoea and vomiting, nausea and fatigue.

Our clients spent a large proportion of the remainder of the holiday in their hotel room. When they did venture out, all three family member’s needed to stay close to a toilet.

Poor Hygiene Standards

A number of disturbing occurrences within the hotel restaurant was noted by our clients during their stay at the Le Royal Holiday Resort. Food was apparently left out and uncovered for prolonged periods of time, with food exposed to the flies and insects around the eating areas.

According to our clients, restaurant staff did not wear gloves when handing food and food appeared reheated. Although our clients were warned about drinking the local tap water, bar staff would put ice in drinks without reassuring guests this was not from the tap. Furthermore, the drinks themselves appeared to be watered down.

Prior to experiencing their symptoms, our clients had not eaten or drank anywhere else other than at the various restaurants within the hotel complex. The family of three reported their illness to hotel management and sought medication from a local pharmacy.

Thomas Cook admitted liability and our expert travel law team secured a total of in compensation for our clients.

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

“Such cases signify another triumph in the battle against the cost cutting exercises we see from 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 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 and call our expert team of travel law solicitors today for instant answers. Whatever your experience with holiday sickness, we may be able to help. Call 0800 888 6 888 or email info@hampsonhughes.com.

£3,300 Secured for Holiday Illness in Cyprus

Image of straw beach huts on beach in Paphos Cyprus

Our travel law team were recently instructed by a couple of clients who suffered from severe holiday illness caused by poor hygiene standards at their choice of hotel.

Our clients booked a fourteen night stay at the Louis Phaethon Beach Club in Paphos, Cyprus in June 2014 and the holiday was booked as an all-inclusive package deal with Thomson.

As soon as they arrived, our clients noticed a strong smell of sewage around the hotel grounds.

When our clients visited the hotel restaurant, they witnessed a number of cats walking around the eating areas. They also saw a high volume of insects including and cockroaches near food that was often left uncovered for long periods of time. Our clients claim that the food often appeared under-cooked and reheated, and that meat was covered in thick sauces, making it difficult to know what they were eating.

Just three days into their holiday, our clients began to feel unwell. They both suffered symptoms including stomach cramps, diarrhoea, vomiting and fatigue. Our clients pertain that their symptoms were a direct result of the poor levels of hygiene at the hotel, especially with regards to the all-inclusive restaurant.

Our expert Travel Law team managed to secure a total of £3,300 compensation for our clients.

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 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.

Over £11,000 Compensation Secured for Family of Four

Image of boats on shoreline of beach in Tunisia

Our travel law team were recently instructed by a family of four whose holiday to Tunisia was ruined by holiday illness caused by poor hygiene standards at their hotel.

Family holiday

Miss Leander Flaherty booked a two week stay for herself and three family members at the Houda Golf & Beach Club hotel in Tunisia, through tour operator Thomas Cook.

Around three days into their all-inclusive family holiday, all four individuals began to suffer from symptoms related to food poisoning. The family suffered from stomach cramps, diarrhoea, vomiting and high temperatures, as well as fatigue and headaches.

Poor hygiene standards

According to Miss Flahaerty and her family, they noted a strong smell of sewage upon their immediate arrival at the Houda Golf & Beach Club hotel.

The family also claimed that as well as food served in the hotel restaurant being severely under-cooked at times, food wasn’t served at the correct temperature and always appeared reheated and left out for long periods of time.

Our clients stated that the restaurant itself appeared unclean and that the crockery and cutlery available were also dirty. Our clients also noted that staff handling food did not were protective gloves and that food was generally of a poor standard. Drinks also appeared to be watered down.

Chef dismissed during stay

According to the family of four, their experience at the hotel was so awful that they complained to the manager. When they did, management proceeded to actually dismiss the chef working in the restaurant at the time – in full view of our clients.

In total, our expert travel law team managed to secure £11,339 in compensation for the family of four.

Our head of Travel Law, Shiamli Mehta-Cronie said:

“Holiday sickness is distressing but unfortunately not uncommon. I am acting for hundreds of holidaymakers who have also experienced illness abroad.

“In the majority of cases the problem is down to substandard food hygiene at hotels, an issue which can leave British tourists wishing they hadn’t bothered travelling at all.

“However, legal action can be taken if you feel more could have been done to prevent your becoming ill. The Package Travel Regulations protect holidaymakers who book package holidays through reputable tour operators such as Thomson, First Choice and Thomas Cook.

“If this applies to you then we’d encourage you to get in touch. Suffering with diarrhoea and vomiting as a result of poor hygiene whilst on holiday is simply unacceptable and action can be taken.”

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

£2,300 Compensation Secured for Holiday Illness in Tunisia

Image of sand archives in Tunisia

Our expert Travel Law team recently secured compensation for a client who fell severely ill whilst staying at the Marhaba Club hotel in Sousse, Tunisia.

The seven night stay at the all inclusive resort was booked with tour operators Thomas Cook.

A few days into their holiday, our client began to feel unwell. They suffered symptoms such as stomach cramps, severe diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, temperature and fatigue.

Our client avers that their illness occurred as a result of the poor standard of food and hygiene within the resort.

They reported numerous hygiene issues within the hotel restaurant such as being served food that was undercooked, appeared reheated and was left out for long periods of time, exposed to the insects that infested the area.

According to our client, the staff handling food in the restaurant did not wear gloves and the restaurant itself appeared dirty.

Our client also stated that their hotel room was not cleaned regularly throughout their stay.

Our expert Travel Law team managed to secure £2,300 in compensation for our client.

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

“I am very pleased we were able to secure a successful outcome in this case.

“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 package holiday, contact our dedicated Travel Team today. Whatever your circumstances, we may be able to help you to secure maximum personal injury compensation.”

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

£2,600 Secured for Holiday Illness in Melia Sharm, Egypt

Image of beach and sea next to Melia Sharm hotel Sharm el Sheikh Egypt

Our travel law team were recently instructed by a client whose trip to Egypt was ruined by holiday illness.

Our client booked a 2 week stay at the all inclusive Melia Sharm hotel with tour operators Thomas Cook.

However, not long after arriving at the resort, our client noticed evidence of poor hygiene standards, particularly in the hotel restaurant.

According to our client, food in the restaurant appeared undercooked, reheated and was often left uncovered for prolonged periods of time. Our client also reported drinks that appeared to be watered down.

Our client began to feel unwell and sought medical attention with the hotel doctor. They were prescribed medicine in the form of tablets and injections for their symptoms, which included vomiting, nausea, fatigue, high temperature and stomach cramps, as well as diarrhoea gas.

Our expert Travel Law team secured this client a total of £2,600 in compensation.

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

“Holiday sickness is distressing but unfortunately not uncommon. I am acting for hundreds of holidaymakers who have also experienced illness abroad.

“In the majority of cases the problem is down to substandard food hygiene at hotels, an issue which can leave British tourists wishing they hadn’t bothered travelling at all.

“However, legal action can be taken if you feel more could have been done to prevent your becoming ill. The Package Travel Regulations protect holidaymakers who book package holidays through reputable tour operators such as Thomson, First Choice and Thomas Cook.

“If this applies to you then we’d encourage you to get in touch. Suffering with diarrhoea and vomiting as a result of poor hygiene whilst on holiday is simply unacceptable and action can be taken.”

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

Refund Secured for Sexual Assault on Cruise Ship

Our head of travel law, Shiamli Mehta Cronie, recently acted for two female clients who had booked a 7 day cruise around the Mediterranean.

To our client’s horror, behaviour from staff on the cruise including unwanted sexual attention, ruined their holiday.

We were able to secure our clients a full refund and written apology, along with confirmation that a specific perpetrator has now been dismissed.

Our clients have expressed their gratitude to Shiamli and the team here at Hampson Hughes. They said:

“Thank you to Shiamli and her team who have done a wonderful job. The team have acted with compassion and we feel as though a huge weight has been lifted. Our claim was dealt with promptly and efficient, taking only a month to secure a swift conclusion. We would not hesitate in recommending Hampson Hughes!”

If you, or someone you know, has been affected by a similar situation, contact Hampson Hughes Solicitors today on 0800 888 6888 or email claims@hampsonhughes.com.

Holiday to Sonesta Club Hotel Sharm el Sheikh Ruined by Illness

Image of poolside bar at Sonesta Club hotel at night Sharm el Sheikh Egypt

Our travel law team were recently instructed by a client who contracted infective gastroenteritis whilst on holiday in Egypt.

Michael Radcliffe booked a 10 night, all inclusive holiday to visit family and friends staying at the Sonesta Club hotel, Sharm el Sheikh.

At the hotel, Mr Radcliffe noticed evidence of poor food hygiene. Food at the hotel restaurant was reportedly left uncovered for long periods of time, appeared to be reheated and was often served cold.

Mr Radcliffe also reported the smell of sewage around the grounds of the hotel and that eating areas were infested with insects and birds.

During his holiday, Mr Radcliffe became unwell, suffering symptoms such as stomach cramps, severe diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, high temperature and fatigue. He sought medical attention whilst abroad and purchased medication that was recommended.

However after falling ill, Mr Radcliffe claims that not only was his holiday ruined, but so was that of their family and friends.

Liability was initially disputed, however the tour operator was unable to prove their case and later admitted liability.

Our expert Travel Law team secured this client a total of £2,500 in compensation.

Following this successful outcome, Mr Radcliffe commented:

“Hampson Hughes provided a professional, friendly service with no hassle.”

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

“I am pleased we were able to secure a successful outcome in this case.

“Such cases signify another triumph in the battle against the cost cutting exercises we see from 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

Holiday sickness leaves lasting effects on toddler

A toddler, who was making good progress toilet training, was so ill whilst on holiday he will no longer use the potty.

Severe stomach cramps

The two year old, who fell ill at a Spanish holiday resort, went through fifty nappies in just seven days after suffering with severe stomach cramps and diarrhoea.

His parents, Nicola Beaumont and Craig Mitchell, also fell ill whilst staying at the 3* Sur Menorca Hotel, in the Punta Prima area of Menorca.

Whilst the family from Rotherham have now recovered from their symptoms, which included stomach cramps, diarrhoea and vomiting, they claim the holiday has had lasting effects on their son.

Nicola said:

“Our son was doing well with his potty training up until the holiday. However, he was so ill he got through two whole packets of nappies in less than a week. I think this experience has left him slightly traumatised as he won’t go near the potty now.”

To add insult to injury, Thomson – the company through which the holiday was booked, offered the family £80 in vouchers or a £60 cheque after they complained. The family have since sought legal advice and instructed Hampson Hughes Solicitors to seek compensation on their behalf after the holiday they’d saved for and looked forward to, was ruined.

‘The food was the worst part’

According to Nicola, hygiene standards within the hotel restaurant were poor. She told the team at Hampson Hughes Solicitors that the sausages available at breakfast were the hotdogs from the night before, only reheated, and raw chicken was served numerous times.

Photograph of the inside of a raw chicken nugget taken by Nicola at the Sur Menorca Hotel.

Photograph of the inside of a raw chicken nugget taken by Nicola at the Sur Menorca Hotel.

Mouldy bread

On one occasion, Nicola gave her toddler a hamburger from the snack bar, only to have to snatch it back when she noticed the inside of the bread bun was covered in mould. Nicola commented:

“The food was the worst part. For a 3*+ rated hotel I wasn’t expecting gourmet food every day. What I was expecting – quite wrongly it seemed – was properly cooked food, free from bugs and other items.”

After falling ill, both adults were unable to leave their room for a number of days and their son became very distressed. When they tried to speak to hotel staff about their illness, the couple were offered hand sanitizer and were told a hotel doctor could be called, at a cost of 60 Euros.

Other guest complaints

Nicola told Hampson Hughes Solicitors that other guests eating in the restaurant were experiencing similar issues, with several guests reporting glass inside jelly served to their children.

She also claims that one family was asked to leave the restaurant when they were caught taking photographs of the raw chicken they had been served.

Photograph taken by Nicola of the pool at the Sur Menorca Hotel.

Photograph taken by Nicola of the pool at the Sur Menorca Hotel.

Return to UK

Since returning from holiday Nicola has noticed complaints were not confined to her and the people she spoke with whilst abroad. A number of guests staying at the hotel at the same time as her and her family have expressed their disappointment via the holiday review site, Trip Advisor.

The reviews include multiple complaints of sickness and diarrhoea, an unclean restaurant and one guest even claimed that there had been faeces in the swimming pool which staff did nothing about.

There are also more reports of raw and substandard food with one guest even including photographs of a caterpillar that he found in his child’s dinner.

‘Overall, very disappointed’

From start to finish the family experienced problems. Upon first arriving at the hotel reception desk they say they were left disappointed when they had to struggle with three suitcases and a pram. They felt even more let down when the cleanliness of their room fell short of acceptable standards. Nicola told Hampson Hughes Solicitors:

“I could tell that the sheets hadn’t been changed once, as my son dropped a piece of chocolate on his bed at the start of the week and it was still there when we left.”

Things got worse when they arrived at the pool, which they said was ‘filthy’, with the water itself looking as though it was not cleaned regularly. Nicola continued:

“The pools weren’t clean; there were scum marks around the sides of the main pool and in the splash park for children. What’s more, leftover food and spilled drinks from the entertainment the night before was also left to rot around the pool area the following day. It was disgusting.”

Speaking about their overall experience at the Hotel Sur Menorca Nicola said:

“Craig and I are both very disappointed that our first holiday with our two year old son was ruined – no one wants to have to run to the loo constantly or be stuck in the rooms for days.

“Never in my life have I been on holiday and wanted to go home after three days. We were especially disappointed as we feel Thomson or the hotel didn’t care at all.”

Package holiday claims – specialist advice

Shiamli Mehta-Cronie, who heads up the Travel Law department at Hampson Hughes Solicitors said:

“This case of holiday sickness was clearly very distressing for the family but sadly not uncommon. I am acting for hundreds of holidaymakers who have also experienced illness abroad.

“In the majority of cases the problem is down to substandard food hygiene at hotels, an issue which can leave British tourists wishing they hadn’t bothered travelling at all.

“However, you can take legal action if you feel more could have been done to prevent your becoming ill. The Package Travel Regulations protect holidaymakers who book package holidays through reputable tour operators such as Thomson, First Choice and Thomas Cook.

“If this applies to you then we’d encourage you to get in touch. Being confined to your room with diarrhoea and vomiting as a result of poor hygiene is unacceptable and action can be taken.”

Start your holiday illness claim today

If you believe that your tour operator could have done more to prevent your symptoms of illness or injury, contact us today. Whether you have experienced illness or injury during your flight, whilst staying in your package deal hotel, or during an excursion arranged by a company working in conjunction with your tour operator, we can help. For further information, call 0800 888 6 888 or email info@hampsonhughes.com

Holidaymaker Contracts Infective Gastroenteritis at Egypt’s Grand Hotel

Our travel law team were recently instructed by a client, who contracted infective gastroenteritis whilst on holiday in Egypt.

Our client made an online booking with Red Sea Holidays for a seven night stay at The Grand Hotel in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.

Not long after arriving at the hotel, our client noticed evidence of poor hygiene. They advised that there was a particular problem with the buffet food served at the hotel.

According to the claimant, food was left uncovered for long periods of time and therefor exposed to insects and birds that frequented the eating areas. Our client also claims that food appeared to be reheated, although as it was often covered in sauce it was difficult to know if the meat served had been cooked properly.

Just two days into their holiday, the claimant started to experience stomach cramps. Over the next couple of days, their symptoms worsened – they suffered severe diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, a high temperature and fatigue.

According to our client, the symptoms they experienced were so severe that they spent a large proportion of the holiday confined to their room.

Our expert Travel Law team secured this client a total of £2,100 in compensation.

Our client has expressed their gratitude at how well our travel law team dealt with the claim:

“Amazed at how quick the process was. I’m so happy with the outcome, thanks for all of your time and help!”

Holiday sickness claims – expert advice

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.”

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

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