Have you suffered from food poisoning whilst on holiday on Egypt?
Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Accredited by The Law Society, it's our job to deal with complex legal processes to make sure we get the best possible compensation for our clients. Using our expertise, we've secured over £10m for our clients in the past year alone. Our claims process is simple:
You complete a simple phone call
The initial call with our team will be used to take all the details of your illness so that we can evaluate your prospects of success.
We work on your claim
Once we have your authority to begin work, we take care of the running of the claim, leaving you to get on with your recovery.
You agree a settlement
At the point of settling your claim we will contact you to discuss offers that have been made and advise you on how best to proceed.
You get paid your compensation
When you are happy with the compensation you are offered we will finalise the details and you will receive a cheque.
Egypt is one of the most popular holiday destinations for European holiday makers as it mixes a rich cultural heritage with contemporary, affordable package deals. In Egypt, you’re never too far away from historical landmarks and if you choose to, you can immerse yourself in authentic Egyptian life in no time at all. Some of the most famous landmarks that holiday-makers can visit when they sight-see are the Pyramids, the River Nile and the Valley of the Kings. Egypt is also famous for its all-inclusive resorts, with Sharm-el Sheikh being one of the most well-known and frequently visited resorts.
Food poisoning is a common source of holiday illness in Egypt. Some of the main types of bacterial infections that cause food poisoning are Campylobacter, Salmonella and E.coli. These infections can be caught through contaminated food. If food is not prepared in sanitary conditions or is touched by food handlers who do not maintain high standards of hygiene then bacteria can spread and holiday-makers can contract illnesses. If food is not cooked thoroughly, especially meat and poultry or food is washed with contaminated water; this can also cause food poisoning. Food must be stored in hygienic conditions and kept at the correct temperature.
Why choose Holiday SOS?
No Win, No Fee
We operate on a no win, no fee basis. We protect you from costly legal bills.
Holiday Claim Experts
Our experts can help you to claim compensation for an illness whilst on a package holiday.
We have years of experience
We have over 60 years combined, specialist legal holiday sickness expertise.
Our expertise is in-house
Unlike many of our competitors, we have our own team of experienced holiday sickness lawyers.
We actually care
We understand this can be a stressful time and will support you throughout the claim process.