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Claim Compensation for your Salmonella Holiday Illness

If you suffered from Salmonella Food Poisoning on Holiday abroad you may be able to claim compensation

If you have been ill on holiday due Salmonella food poisoning you may be able to pursue a substantial holiday illness compensation claim against your tour operator.

Have you had Salmonella food poisoning? Please drop us a line using the enquiry form and tell us where and when you contracted the bug.

Contact Simpson Millar Solicitors specialist travel lawyers and find out if you can make a holiday compensation claim. Our Holiday Illness specialists handle complex Salmonella sickness claims contracted by holiday makers in foreign jurisdictions including Mexico – Turkey – Tunisia – Bulgaria - Egypt – and the Dominican Republic.

How much is a Salmonella Holiday Compensation Claim worth?

Example – "Simpson Millar secured £13,000 for a client who contracted Salmonella food poisoning during a holiday in Bulgaria."

Complaining to your tour operator's legal team after suffering from Salmonella food poisoning often leads to delay and frustration, together with an under settlement of your holiday illness compensation claim.

If the tour operator or its hotel supplier is at fault, its trained legal team will try to dispose of your illness claim for minimal compensation. Holiday vouchers or monetary compensation at a fraction of a sickness claim's true value is often put to holidaymakers who contact tour operators directly!

If you were sick or ill because of the neglect or fault of your tour operator or its hotelier, you are entitled to claim holiday compensation for your illness.

Ensure that you obtain the compensation that you rightly deserve by getting free advice from our experience Holiday Illness Team first.

Is Salmonella Holiday Illness always due to the Consumption of Contaminated Food?

Causes of Salmonella Infection on Holiday:

Holidaymakers can be infected with Salmonella in a number of ways but the most common cause is contaminated food particularly uncooked chicken, beef, and egg products. There are other causes and below are some links to information we have put together:

Why choose Simpson Millar LLP for your Holiday Compensation Claim?

Simpson Millar is a national law firm with over 150 years experience in dealing with Salmonella illness compensation claims. We are dedicated professionals who act in our client’s best interests at all times. We understand that Salmonella food poisoning spoils holidays and the infection can often lead to continuing symptoms which may affect your lifestyle.

Our holiday lawyers are familiar with the operations of the major tour operators and our wealth of experience can make the difference between success and failure when it comes to pursuing Salmonella illness claims.

We Monitor Hotels for Holiday Illness Outbreaks including those involving Salmonella Food Poisoning.

Our Service is Second to None

  • Tell us how and when you suffered from Salmonella abroad and we will give you a FREE – no obligation – assessment and claim evaluation
  • You get the wealth and experience of a solicitor's firm with offices in the each of the UK’s major cities
  • We will always endeavour to maximise your holiday compensation
  • The skills of international experts available to support your case
  • No Win No Fee = No Risk funding available
  • Travel law barristers and the best medical experts available to ensure your case progresses smoothly

Recent Salmonella Illness Claims News

This area of travel law is developing quickly – keep abreast of recent developments by reviewing our news and sister website’s news links.

£57,682 Awarded after a Serious Case of Salmonella Food Poisoning on Holiday

"Miss Knight, a 6 year old child has been awarded compensation amounting to £57,682.53 for a serious bout of Salmonella food poisoning contracted whilst on holiday with Thomson’s in Majorca. She suffered serious gastric fever, pain and dehydration together with debilitating diarrhoea as a consequence of the Salmonella infection. The Claimant was hospitalised for 2 days and was fed on a drip. After 2 years post infection the watery diarrhoea had stopped but she was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. At the date of the trial Miss Knight continued to suffer from constipation 2 to 3 times a month and experienced occasional rectal bleeding. These symptoms were expected to persist for the rest of her life."

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