Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Holidaymakers at the
Holiday Village Costa Del Sol in have contacted Simpson Millar’s holiday claims lawyers after experiencing severe illness during their holiday. We are currently investigating claims that holidaymakers, and mainly children, have been sent to a local hospital for treatment. Benalmadena, Spain
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Holidaymakers have been able to confirm that there was an outbreak of illness at the Holiday Village Costa Del Sol because the Rep’s room contained a whiteboard containing the details of a large number of sick holidaymakers. We are currently investigating these claims.
The 4 star Resort is located near Benalmadena and it has several swimming pools and food outlets and its own water park. It is not the first time that Simpson Millar has helped holidaymakers claim compensation for illness following holidays at the
. Costa Del Sol Holiday Village
Travellers returning from the Holiday Village Costa Del Sol who have experienced sickness and gastric illness should seek immediate medical help – ask your doctor to test for the swimming pool parasite, cryptosporidium!
Your doctor may provide antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin to counter act the severity of the infection and send a stool sample away to check for infection.
Stool samples are often tested for water borne bugs which cause bacterial or parasitic food poisoning, such as, giardiasis, e coli or cryptosporidium. Our Holiday Illness Lawyers would be interested to hear from sick holidaymakers who have suffered from gastric illness at the
. Costa Del Sol Holiday Village
Get in Touch - Holiday Village Illness Claims
If you have been sick on holiday with First Choice Holidays, why not contact Simpson Millar solicitors on 0808 145 1353 for information on how to claim compensation for your holiday illness.
Posted by Holiday Claims Team - Simpson Millar LLP at 16:34
Monday, 20 May 2013
Breaking News - Holiday Village Flamingo Beach Resort Illness returns as holidaymakers voice complaints about sickness and diarrhoea on popular travel forum, TripAdvisor.
Guests who stayed at the Holiday Village Flamingo Beach in April 2013 are advised to contact Simpson Millar’s Holiday Illness Claims team immediately for advice.
Simpson Millar has dealt with several incidents concerning First Choice’s Holiday Villages including illness claims where the parasite cryptosporidium and other food poisoning bacteria have been identified in the stools of severely ill guests.
This hotel, which is a 4 star all inclusive holiday village, is located in Playa Blanca in Lanzarote. The hotels dining facilities include several restaurants were hygiene standards have been described as questionable by unhappy customers of the tour operator, First Choice.
Families have been struck down with gastric illness and one lady was transferred to hospital in an ambulance and is said to have collapsed due to dehydration.
Paul Stevens, Simpson Millar Group Action Manager said: “There is no excuse for repeat outbreaks particularly when pathogens such as cryptosporidium and salmonella are concerned. Holidaymakers who were ill and suspect that food or water poisoning was the cause of their illness at the Holiday Village Flamingo Beach should seek advice from one of our qualified lawyers."
If you have been ill in Lanzarote please contact me on to discuss the possibility of making a compensation claims against First Choice Holidays.
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Call Paul for further information on: 0808 145 1353 or fill in the online claim form.
Posted by Holiday Claims Team - Simpson Millar LLP at 21:39
LATEST NEWS - We have been reading reports on the internet written by travellers returning from the Melia Sharm Resort complaining of gastric symptoms often associated with food poisoning.
Holidaymakers have complained about illness at the hotel which is located in Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt. The symptoms of the illness experienced includes: vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps – a number of guests are said to have been hospitalised and suspect that food poisoning was the cause.
Simpson Millar are currently investigating these claims and if it transpires that this outbreak of illness is due to food poisoning at the Melia Sharm Resort then holidaymakers can expect to claim and recover substantial compensation.
This is not the first time Simpson Millar LLP has been made aware of sickness at the Melia Sharm Resort and Spa, Sharm el Sheikh. Holidaymakers have recently complained that hygiene standards at the hotel were unacceptable. Food is said to have been covered with flies and other insects.
Simon Lomax, Simpson Millar’s Holiday Illness and Accident Manager, says: “Food poisoning outbreaks can be avoided if adequate hygiene practices are in place, and UK tour operators should do more to avoid these incidents.”
If you suffered holiday illness at the Melia Sharm Resort and Spa in Sharm el Sheikh, contact Simpson Millar’s Travel Law team for details about making a holiday illness claim. We work on a no win, no fee, basis, when claiming compensation from your tour operator. Our qualified lawyers are highly experienced and have a proven track record in working for claimants successfully for many years.
Get in Touch - Melia Sharm Resort Illness Complaint
If you need help in making a holiday illness claim please call us on 0808 145 1353 and tell us about your holiday nightmare.
Posted by Holiday Claims Team - Simpson Millar LLP at 21:25
PRESS RELEASE - Holidaymakers complain to Thomson Holidays about illness at the Club Magic Life in Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt as suspected food poisoning claims are investigated by Simpson Millar's travel lawyers.
According to TripAdvisor, holidaymakers have experienced profuse diarrhoea, fever and sickness whilst on holiday at the Club Magic Life in April 2013.
The hotel is situated on the beach and is rated as 5T by Thomson – its restaurant facilities include a main buffet and several a la carte diners. Complaints range from poor hygiene, luke-warm food, poor quality food and general standards which are not consistent with its star rating.
Nick Harris, who heads Simpson Millar's Travel Law department, comments: “customers of Thomson who have complaints concerning holiday illness or food poisoning are entitled to claim compensation from their tour operator provided they can prove that the illness suffered was caused by poor hygiene standards at the Club Magic Life.”
Under the 1992 Package Travel Regulations holiday companies are responsible for the proper performance of the services promised in the holiday contract irrespective of the fact that the majority of those services are provided by a third party hotel.
If your holiday at the Club Magic Life in Egypt was marred by any type of holiday illness, please contact Simpson Millar LLP for free information about making a claim for compensation from your tour operator. We work on a no win, no fee, basis and our specialist management team have dealt with holiday illness claims for over 50 years!
Get in Touch - Illness at the Club Magic Life
We have the experience to claim compensation and offer you the guidance necessary for a successful outcome. Call Nick on: 0808 145 1353 or fill in the on line holiday illness claim form.
Posted by Holiday Claims Team - Simpson Millar LLP at 21:13