Have you been on an All Inclusive Packaged Holiday in the last 2 ½ years?
Were you, or a family member, sick or ill whilst you were away?
Did you or your family miss out on any part of your holiday due to being sick or ill?
Our highly skilled team have a vast experience in successfully pursuing claims on behalf of individuals who have been made ill on holiday.
If you have fallen ill on your holiday abroad and wish to make a claim today, you can apply online at any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can guarantee you that we will provide peace of mind and the reassurance needed throughout the process and with a 99.7% success rate, you can be sure you are in safe hands.
Until you sign the legal paperwork, you will be under no obligation to continue your holiday compensation claim. We work on a no win no fee basis, so why not see if you can claim compensation for illness on holiday with us today?
Our team of Solicitors, "The Holiday Illness Experts", will be there every step of the way to show you how to claim holiday sickness plus any additional compensation that you may be entitled to.
Answer the questions then enter your contact details on the application form or phone 0800 193 2050.
If applying online we will get in touch via your chosen contact method to collect more details.
We will now assign a member of our team to act on your behalf throughout the entire process.
Your case will be analysed, evaluated, and based on the considered probability of success, a decision will be made whether a report is to be sent to a solicitor for assessment.
An agreement will then be made between yourself and a solicitor to give them permission to act on your behalf.
Your claim will then be started with your Tour Operator and if successful, you will receive a cash sum in the form of a cheque in the post once the case has been closed.
We will always be honest and up front with you and if you don’t win your case, we won’t charge you a penny!
Historical figures gathered from our panel of approved solicitors show a 99.7% success rate.
You could be entitled to between £1,000 and £5,000 depending on the severity and length of your illness.
When choosing a holiday destination and browsing through piles of holiday brochures or scanning handfuls of websites, it is the tour operators job to ensure that what you are viewing is a true representation of what you should expect when arriving at your resort.
The Package Travel Regulations 1992 Act instantly covers you for illness on holiday when you book your package holiday through a UK tour operator.
This allows you to still be covered, even though you have travelled to a variety of destinations with differing laws along your travels.
This law means that it is the responsibility of the tour operator to make sure that your holiday is safe, clean and enjoyable and allows you to make a claim for food poisoning or illness as a result of misinformation and negligence.
If your holiday sickness is believed to have been caused by a fault of a hotel you stayed at whilst on holiday and you can prove they showed lack of reasonable care and skill in the supply of your holiday, you may be able to pursue a compensation claim against the tour operator.
Investigating what caused your holiday illness at an early stage is crucial with holiday sickness and food poisoning compensation claims. Our expertise and experience enables us to quickly understand all the issues involved in your case and find the right solicitor for you.
It is important to look out for tour operators that often class their holidays as ‘packages’ and this is not always the case.
If you purchase a hotel stay, but then add on an additional item such as transfers or flights and they were sold to you as one overall price and under the one contract, for a period of over 24 hours then this would be classed as a ‘Package’ and you are eligible to make a holiday claim.
If you have become sick when abroad in the last 3 years, you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation. Any case has to be issued in court within 3 years from the date you became ill.
Although only a small proportion of cases would go that far, for this reason, we advise you get in touch within 2 ½ years of you becoming ill.
With no up-front costs, we will work with you to ensure that if you do lose your case, you won’t have to pay a penny from your own pocket. We will discuss the option of taking out an After The Event Insurance Policy (ATE) to ensure that you are safeguarded.
Working with you, we want there to be no risk to you at all when claiming holiday compensation.
Throughout the claims process, our team of highly skilled solicitors will keep you updated on how we are moving forward to ensure that you obtain the compensation you deserve for a dream holiday that has been completely ruined by an illness that was out of your control.
In countries with poor sanitation, don’t drink tap water or use it to brush your teeth unless it has been treated. Ice in drinks should be avoided if you are unsure that filtered water has been used.
Giardia cyst can survive for months in warm water and therefore can be present in wells and water systems, especially stagnant water sources such as naturally occurring ponds, pools and water storage systems.
Fruit & vegetables are responsible for more outbreaks of food-borne illnesses than meat, poultry or eggs. Overall accounting for 12% of food illness and 6% of outbreaks, up from 1% and 0.7% in the 1970’s.
Salmonella, campylobacter, MRSA, flu, diarrhoea and sickness, the common cold and impetigo are just some of the viruses and infections passed between people who do not wash their hands.