Queensway is a busy district in the Bayswater area of west London. Among the many shops and letting agents are a huge number of restaurants serving just about every cuisine that you can imagine including Chinese, Arab and Mediterranean. Eating out in Queensway should be a pleasant and enjoyable experience but for an unlucky few people it can result in a nasty case of food poisoning.
If you can show that your food poisoning was the fault of a particular restaurant, café or pub then you can engage the services of a lawyer who works for no win no fee on Queensway cases and start a claim for compensation.
Finding a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee’ on Queensway cases
This is the easiest part of the entire process and requires very little effort from you. This is just as well if you are laid low with a nasty dose of food poisoning. The simplest way of finding a lawyer who can work for ‘no win, no fee’ on Queensway food poisoning cases is to call Accident Advice Helpline. They are open 7 days a week and 24 hours a day so call them whenever you want. You can ask any question you like and the friendly, professional advisers will assist. You will be allocated a lawyer who is not only an expert on food poisoning compensation claims but who also happily works for ‘no win, no fee’ on Queensway cases.
Help from lawyers who work for ‘no win, no fee’ on Queensway cases
Your Accident Advice Helpline lawyer will give you all sorts of help with your food poisoning case. Firstly, they will set about proving that the particular restaurant was to blame for your food poisoning. This is much easier to achieve if your case was part of an outbreak that has been formerly investigated by the public health authorities. They will use a combination of epidemiological, medical and food hygiene investigations to conclude what the source of the outbreak was. It can take some time for this to be completed as there could be hundreds of people to interview and extensive food chain investigations to carry out. They may even be prosecuting the restaurant themselves for food safety and food hygiene offences.
You will also need to supply some evidence that you have actually suffered from food poisoning and this will require you to have visited a family doctor or a hospital. The doctor can arrange for you to have some tests which will show if you have food poisoning and which type of poisoning it is. Many organisms can cause food poisoning and they include protozoa, bacteria and viruses and moulds. Food poisoning can also be caused by chemicals.
Date Published: 7th March 2014
Author: David Brown