Causing a food borne disease amongst your customers is one of the most catastrophic events that can happen to any food business in the Honiton area. There may be many people that are taken seriously ill, some may need to go to hospital and some may even die. Several people may choose to start compensation solicitor in Honiton food borne disease claims to try and get some compensation for the injury that they have suffered.
Accident Advice Helpline are the obvious choice to handle any sort of personal injury case in this area, because they have teams of personal injury lawyers who are skilled in many types of accident, injury, and related incidents.
One of the first tasks that an Accident Advice Helpline personal injury lawyer would carry out is to try to prove who was responsible for your compensation solicitor in Honiton food borne disease claim. There are two parts to this – firstly they would prove that you have had a food borne disease and then they would prove where it came from. Here is an example of a food borne disease that could feature in a personal injury solicitor Honiton case.
Compensation solicitor in Honiton and food poisening claims
One very serious food borne disease that could feature in a personal injury solicitor Honiton food borne disease claim is called E.coli. It is naturally found in the human and animal gut and so it can very often contaminate sewage, water and raw meat.
It can also enter a food business on soil on raw vegetables and is commonly found in beef (especially minced) e.g. beef burgers. However, in food businesses with poor hygiene it can get transferred to other foods including cooked sliced meats such as ham.
If you are unfortunate enough to have to start an injury solicitor Honiton food borne disease claim then you have probably suffered (or are suffering) severe abdominal pain and diarrhoea with blood in it. You may also have experienced some vomiting. Your symptoms will start 3-9 days after you ate the food that was contaminated and you will probably be ill for around 1-10 days.
However, there is a significant risk of serious complications developing with E.coli infection and some people with this food borne disease will suffer permanent health effects and death. This is because this disease can cause a type of kidney failure which can be permanent. Some people never make a complete recovery from this infection and have to receive medical assistance for the rest of their lives.
Accident Advice Helpline personal injury lawyers can help to make a claim for compensation which will be for the illness itself and for the expenses that you have incurred because you are ill. This may be a loss of wages because you cannot work. It may also be extra childcare expenses because you are too ill to look after your children.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.