£1,750 awarded for Red Sea Holiday Village Sickness Saga
Simpson Millar Solicitors are expert Holiday Sickness Claims Solicitors, and obtain compensation for holidaymakers who suffer sickness and illness caused by Food Poisoning abroad.
Red Sea Holiday Village Illness Success
The following case study is genuine and available for inspection at Simpson Millar Solicitors Manchester office;
After falling ill whilst staying at the Red Sea Holiday Village Mr. C. Budden of Dorset received £1,750 compensation when Simpson Millar’s Group Litigation Claims Manager, Paul Stevens, took on Callum’s case on a no win no fee basis.
Asked to evaluate the service he received Mr. Budden said “The service I received was excellent and I found it very easy to understand and I was very pleased with how efficient it all was”.
Referring to Holiday Group Litigation Manager, Paul Stevens, Mr. Budden said; “Paul kept me informed of my case and any issues. He was very easy to talk to”.
Asked if he would recommend Simpson Millar’s Holiday Claims team Mr. Budden simply said; “Yes I would definitely recommend Simpson Millar”.
Package Travel Regulation – The Law
Paul said: “I am very pleased about this result and that we were able to bring this matter to a successful conclusion for Mr. Budden. His case was part of a much larger group of holidaymakers who were ill at this property, who we were also pleased to assist in obtaining compensation. We are currently assisting hundreds of other holidaymakers who have been unlucky to suffer sickness whilst on holiday.”
“In most cases the problem is due to poor food hygiene and health practices at the hotels which the UK tour operator has responsibility for”.
“The Package Travel Regulations is there to protect holidaymakers who book package holidays through well known tour operators such as First Choice, TUI Holidays and Thomas Cook”.
“So if a holidaymaker suffers sickness and illness with say, Salmonella, because the food at the package hotel was not cooked properly, then the tour operator will be held responsible”.