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    Injury claim in Steeple Ashton


    How to make an injury claim in Steeple Ashton for food poisoning

    Steeple Ashton today is a busy village. It has an award-winning local shop run by a small army of volunteers, a thriving pub, a football team, an active Trust supporting the Church which organizes events, a day nursery, a ‘screen in the sticks’ cinema and a village magazine published monthly, not to mention a number of special interest groups. The school closed about five years ago and children are now educated at nearby Keevil School.

    Why you might make a food poisoning injury claim in Steeple Ashton

    As lovely as Steeple Ashton is, the residents are just as likely to contract food poisoning as residents anywhere else in the UK.  Food poisoning can make you feel really poorly, and even mild cases will last a few days. Food poisoning can be caused by several things, just some of which are:

    • Food not being properly cooked
    • Storing food at an incorrect temperature
    • Leaving cooked food at warm temperatures for too long before eating
    • Food that has passed its use by date
    • Someone who is ill or has dirty hands
    • Cross contamination of foods

    Particularly susceptible to these problems are:

    • Burgers
    • Sausages
    • Kebabs
    • Raw meat
    • Poultry
    • Cooked sliced meats
    • Pate
    • Soft cheeses
    • Pre packed sandwiches
    • Raw eggs
    • Raw shellfish
    • Unpasteurised milk

    The recovery

    Food poisoning usually manifests itself within three days of eating the bad food, and mild cases will usually clear themselves within another three days.  Plenty of rest and water helps a lot.

    If you are unlucky enough to contract food poisoning, you, or someone else on your behalf, should report it to the Foods Standards Agency who are responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations that apply to food outlets of all sorts.  They will arrange an unannounced visit to the offending premises and ensure they are compliant.  Even if your case of food poisoning is mild, it should still be reported, firstly to prevent it happening to someone else, and secondly if more than one person reports about the same food outlet, it needs to be dealt with as soon as possible.

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    We will help you with your injury claim in Steeple Ashton

    At Accident Advice Helpline, dealing with your food poisoning injury claim Steeple Ashton is not unusual, we have over the years helped many customers obtain the compensation to which they were entitled, and we will do the same for you. Our in house solicitors are experienced in these matters, and will ensure you claim is maximised to get the correct amount of compensation for you.

    On our website there is a 30-second test for guidance, or you can ring our freephone number on 0800 689 0500, and speak to one of our friendly advisers.

    We operate a No Win, No Fee agreement, so if you have just come back from the coast broke, don’t worry about it, you will not need any money to start your personal injury compensation claim.

    Date Published: 24th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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