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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claims lawyer in Lochearnhead

    An injury claims lawyer in Lochearnhead will make your tummy feel better

    Lochearnhead is a village that is 14 miles north of the Highland Boundary Fault. Loch earn is 317 ft above sea level, with the settlement running from its shores up to higher ground on the hills at the mouth of Glen Ogle. The first evidence of people in Lochearnhead comes from Mesolithic arrowheads found in Glen Ogle by former local policeman Tom Gibbon, and his son Donald.

    Even the residents of Lochearnhead can get an upset tummy, but if you have contracted the illness from eating at a food outlet, you may be able to use a food poisoning injury claims lawyer in Lochearnhead.

    Food poisoning could be the reason to use an injury claims lawyer in Lochearnhead

    Food poisoning is caused by food becoming contaminated, usually with bacteria.  In the right conditions bacteria will thrive and rapidly spread.  The situation you, and food outlets, should try to avoid are:

    • Cross contamination of foods
    • Using food that is past its use by date
    • Not cooking food thoroughly
    • Keeping cooked food at warm temperatures for a prolonged period
    • Not storing food at the correct temperature
    • Letting someone is ill or got dirty hands handle the food
    • Not keeping the preparation and cooking areas clean

    Any of these can make the food contaminated and cause you to use an injury lawyer in Lochearnhead.

    Foods extra care is needed with

    There are some foods that you should take extra care with because they are more susceptible to becoming contaminated.  These are:

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    • Poultry, pork and raw meat
    • Sausages and burgers
    • Kebabs
    • Raw shell fish
    • Unpasteurised milk
    • Raw eggs
    • Pate
    • Soft cheeses
    • Cooked sliced meats
    • Pre packed sandwiches

    Any of these, not treated or prepared properly, could cause you to use an injury lawyer in Lochearnhead.

    How you will feel if you have food poisoning

    Normally you would start to feel ill within 1 – 3 days of eating the bad food.  The symptoms you can expect to experience include:

    • Nausea
    • Stomach cramps
    • Vomiting
    • Diarrhea

    Most cases of food poisoning our bodies will fight and it will clear up on its own within a few days.  Until you feel well enough, you should rest, have lots of sips of water and not eat any other food.  When you feel ready to eat again you should start with foods that are easy to digest such as toast.

    Making a food poisoning compensation claim

    If you have been made ill by bad food you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. Accident Advice Helpline can help you do this and we will ensure you are compensated for being made to feel so ill.

    If you want to talk to someone to see if you qualify, contact our helpline on 0800 689 0500, and speak to one of our advisers. Or complete our 30-second test online for some guidance about the amount you may be awarded.


    Date Published: 5th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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