Hilton Sharks Bay Salmonella Strikes Brits
Hilton Sharks Bay Illness OutbreakBreaking News – Dozens of British holidaymakers have contacted Simpson Millar’s Holiday Illness specialist Solicitors following an outbreak of illness at the Hilton Sharks Bay Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt during September and October 2011.
British guests staying the prestigious Hilton in Sharks Bay, Egypt, are returning in their high numbers angry that their holidays have been destroyed by Salmonella Food Poisoning Bug which causes victims to suffer unbearable stomach pains and uncontrollable diarrhoea.
The hotel is located in the popular resort of Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, and is featured by many prominent tour operators including Thomas Cook.
Stomach Illness Rife
Nick Harris, Head of Holiday Illness Claims at specialist law firm Simpson Millar Solicitors said;
“I urge anyone who has had their holiday ruined by illness at the hotel to contact me and my team.
The stories I am hearing about the sickness issue at hotel are shocking and early indications seem to point squarely at the food.
I am also very concerned that the hotel’s in house doctor seems to be administering drugs to victims of the bug without assessing whether it is safe to do so.
Something has seriously gone wrong at this hotel and it is my intention to get to the bottom of it and make sure that those who have contacted me are properly compensated”
Have you been a victim of illness or sickness at the Hilton Sharks Bay Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt?
Get in touch with a specialist personal injury solicitor at Simpson Millar and claim your compensation if you have fallen victim to food poisoning or an illness bug whilst at the Hilton Sharks Bay hotel.
Get free advice today and find out how much compensation your claim could be worth.
Simpson Millar Experts
Simpson Millar is the leading law firm renowned for achieving outstanding results and winning compensation for victims of food poisoning abroad.
Our Holiday Claims lawyers claim millions of pounds every year for holidaymakers who fall victim to bacterial poisoning including Salmonella, Campylobacter, E-coli and Shigella.