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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

    Personal injury lawyer in Kedleson

    Personal injury lawyer in Kedleston

    School lunches have never had the best of reputations, despite the best efforts of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. However, there is evidence to suggest children from lower income families perform better at school if they are given a hot meal. School dinners do appear to have become a lot more balanced and nutritious, but many parents still prefer to know what their children are eating so stick to giving them a packed lunch.

    As the hygiene standards in school kitchens have to be scrupulously high, your child will probably stand a similar chance of contracting some form of food poisoning from a packed lunch as a school dinner. If your child were to contract food poisoning from an item you placed in her packed lunch, you would need to do some detective work.

    If you had given her an out-of-date item or undercooked food, you would only have yourself to blame for her condition. But if you could prove that she became ill due to bacteria in something you gave her, you may be able to launch a personal injury case against the manufacturer of the item in question with the aid of a top-class personal injury lawyer in Kedleston.

    If your child was to fall ill after eating a school lunch, you would need to take legal action against the school itself, or the outside contractor that had been brought in to provide the catering facilities, as they would be the ones to blame for her illness.

    Food poisoning at school and using a personal injury lawyer in Kedleston

    Taking action against your school after your child contracted some form of food poisoning after consuming a school dinner with the aid of a top-class personal injury lawyer in Kedleston might not be as difficult as you think. If you’ve been to a doctor and had your child officially diagnosed with food poisoning, your case might be fairly cut and dried if a number of other pupils that ate the same meal as your child came down with the same thing. In these circumstances, there would be little doubt as to the source of the bacteria.

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    Regardless of the circumstances surrounding a case of your child being given a dose of food poisoning at school, your involvement in the whole personal injury process might be extremely limited if you could retain the services of a first-rate personal injury lawyer in Kedleston such as those provided by Accident Advice Helpline. In fact, you and your child might not even be required to attend court or submit to a medical exam. Call now on one the numbers at the very top of this web page for all the help and support you will need when making a food poisoning compensation claim.

    Date Published: 15th February 2014

    Author: David Brown

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