Hotels often have a restaurant on-site you can visit during your stay. However after a long journey all you often want to do is to sit back and relax in your room so you can recharge your batteries.
This is one of the reasons why some hotels offer room service. This is a practical and convenient service that allows you to order whatever you want and have it delivered to your room. This could range from a simple sandwich to a complete three-course meal. You can even have breakfast delivered to your room so you can eat it in bed if you wish.
How common is food poisoning in this situation?
Few people have ever been paid room service food poisoning compensation purely because the service offered is generally outstanding. All food safety laws will be followed to the letter in the vast majority of situations and hotels. However as we all know, things can sometimes go wrong, and if this is the case, food poisoning might have a chance to rear its head.
If you can prove you were made ill because of something you ate from the room service facility, you have a chance to get room service food poisoning compensation. However, we would always advise you get professional no-obligation advice before going ahead with a claim.
We can help
Knowing what to do and when to do it can be tricky in situations like this. As such it makes sense to ensure you have a professional team on your side. Simply finding out whether or not you could make such a claim is easy. You just have to call Accident Advice Helpline. This won’t cost anything either, since we have a free enquiry line available on 0800 689 0500.
If you have a good case, it may be taken up by one of our expert lawyers. They will know what needs to be done and how likely it is you might be compensated for what happened. Providing you suffered food poisoning within the last three years it is worth giving our team a call.
There is no charge for doing so and our advice is given on a no-obligation basis as well. We will talk you through the whole process and situation so you always know what to expect and where you stand. Make sure you call us now.
Date Published: October 25, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Food poisoning claims