Many people assume all food poisoning is the same. However, each case can be caused by a different bacteria and one of these is known as E. coli. There are several forms of this that exist and the more harmful one is referred to officially as E. coli O157. If someone is ill with E. coli you can assume it is this type they have been struck down with.
There are several ways you can become infected by E. coli but one of the more common is through food that has been improperly cooked. Every now and then holidaymakers come down with food poisoning that has been caused by this bacteria. While most holidays pass without incident and most restaurants and takeaways are of excellent quality, some unfortunate people do fall victim to a case of E. coli and this can be very nasty indeed. It can come on fast enough to spoil a holiday or even a shorter trip away from home.
Do you have a case to consider for compensation after suffering food poisoning?
If you have suffered from food poisoning within the last three year period and you know you have suffered from E. coli, you should speak to a professional injury compensation lawyer. If it can be proven that E. coli was present at a restaurant, takeaway or venue where you stayed on holiday – even just for a weekend away – you could have a case to answer for compensation. There may be evidence that other people were also struck down, which could support your case if you decide to bring one.
Contact AAH straight away if you have suffered from E. coli
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have spent the last 14 years assisting people with no win, no fee** claims, some of which followed cases of food poisoning. If you believe you may be entitled to a compensation payment contact us today. We have a free 24/7 enquiry line set up for you to use. We offer no-obligation advice and support just when you need it most. Don’t suffer and wonder whether you could have a case to bring: get the answers today. Use our 30-second online test to determine whether you could make a claim and get in touch now to find out more information about your situation. We are here to help when you need us.
Date Published: June 15, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Food poisoning claims