It is often the case that tourists fall ill on holiday for a variety of reasons. Food poisoning, dirty water and other causes of illness could put an immediate end to your holiday, causing financial loss and terrible inconvenience.
Thankfully, if you have suffered an illness on holiday as a result of someone else’s negligence then you may be eligible to claim for travel accident compensation with Accident Advice Helpline.
How illness could be lead to a holiday accident claim
An illness abroad example:
A family decides to eat at an Italian restaurant just around the corner from their hotel. Two of the family members order a chicken and mushroom pizza to share and later that evening they both come down with serious food poisoning and are rushed to hospital.
The family believes that the reason for falling ill was that the chicken on the pizza was not cooked properly, and the hospital treatment resulted in them paying more than they had paid for their holiday.Open Claim Calculator
In this case they would be able to claim for holiday accident compensation, as it was someone else’s fault that they fell ill, and it cost them a lot of money.
How can I claim for holiday illness compensation?
Before you make a claim, the following points must be true:
- You fell ill while you were abroad.
- The illness was within the last three years.
- The illness needed medical attention that you had to pay for.
- The illness was brought on by someone else’s negligence.
So, if you feel you are entitled to claim for holiday illness compensation and need advice on how to proceed, we advise you to call us in the first instance to learn how you can make an easy and hassle-free claim now.
With over 14 years’ experience in fighting to win holiday illness compensation claims for our clients, who truly deserve to be reimbursed for their financial loss and inconvenience, we are best placed to take care of your claim.
Our friendly, professional and experienced advisers are available through our 24/7 phone line and can help you make a 100 per cent no win, no fee* claim.