Do you need help with your food poisoning claims in Cornhill-on-Tweed
Cornhill-on-Tweed village and civil parish are located in Northumberland, North East England. Although this village is sparsely populated, you will find spas and hotels, restaurants, Bed & Breakfast accommodation in or nearby. A person on holiday can sustain an injury or develop an illness or disease which was not his or her fault. They can then go on to make a personal injury compensation claim if they were not to blame. If you need help making food poisoning claims in Cornhill-on-Tweed call us now.
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However, the victim has to prove that he ate contaminated food and it caused the injury because of someone else’s negligence or the health and safety standards were violated. If this happened to you, then you may have enough grounds to file a lawsuit. Such lawsuits are hard to prove and the claimant will need to hire a lawyer who is very experienced.
Food poisoning injuries that need services of a lawyer
For your holiday injury compensation claim to be successful, you must prove that someone caused the injury or illness. When someone eats contaminated food that has not been washed thoroughly food poisoning can occur due to the bacteria, parasites and viruses in the food. The same happens when food like fresh milk or fish is not stored properly, when food is mishandled or when it is not properly cooked.
Food poisoning injury is hard to prove and you will need a lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline to help you pursue the claim.
- E-coli can occur after eating contaminated hotel food. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhoea and blood in the stool. As a result, the victim becomes weak and dehydrated because of losing body fluids. Report the illness to the hotel staff or travel agent and record it on the accident occurrence book.
- Salmonella. Some people develop bowel problems on holiday. This can be a long-term problem.
- Diarrhoea. The patient usually experiences diarrhoea as the body tries to get rid of the toxins. The patient loses a lot of fluids and rehydration is necessary.
- Vomiting. The victim vomits from time to time. In minor cases the problem resolves itself but in serious cases medical attention is sought. Hospitalisation may be necessary so infusion can be given.
Let Accident Advice Helpline assist you now
You can talk to an experienced advisor right now about making a claim, just dial 0800 689 0500 free from any UK landline. If you prefer you can call us from a mobile just dial 0333 500 0993 or text ‘claim365’ to 88010. Call us now.
Date Published: 25th January 2014
Author: David Brown