If you suffered from food poisoning or another holiday illness attributed to poor hotel food hygiene contact our holiday illness claim team today. We specialise in claiming compensation from tour operators who fail to ensure adequate health and safety standards abroad.
Simpson Millar LLP's Holiday Travel Lawyers specialise in Kos illness claims and we pursue holiday claims on a no win no fee basis.
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If you know about a hotel in Kos where hotels guests have fallen due to an outbreak of food poisoning or because the swimming pool water was filthy, please call us and we will investigate.
Travellers to Kos who have been diagnosed with infective gastroenteritis caused by Salmonella food poisoning, Campylobacter, E. coli or waterborne parasites such as Giardiasis or Cryptosporidium are entitled to claim compensation for their ruined holiday.
Latest News May 2013 – First Choice holidaymakers are due to arrive at the Holiday Village Kos this month following the Hotel Magic Life’s transformation to the tour company’s market leading all-inclusive family brand.
Simpson Millar’s travel solicitors will be keeping a close eye on the Holiday Village Kos for illness outbreaks amongst its guests. In the past we have dealt with Salmonella – E coli – Cryptosporidium and Campylobacter food poisoning at many of First Choice’s Holiday Villages recovering £1,000’s for ill holidaymakers.
Travellers who experience food poisoning or illness at the Holiday Village Kos are invited to call us on 0808 145 1353.
Kos is a Greek island located in the south-eastern Aegean Sea between Kalymnos and Nysiros. It is the third largest island in the Dodecanese archipelago, smaller than Rhodes and Karpathos, but it has everything in terms of tourism with picturesque white villages and glorious sandy beaches.
There are a wide variety of resorts for those seeking a lively holiday resort with bars, nightclubs and lively entertainment to more relaxed getaway holiday villages. Its main resorts include:
Our specialist Kos Holiday Illness Claims Lawyers monitor the following tour operators and hotels listed below for food poisoning, salmonella, and a range of known waterborne hotel sicknesses:
E. Coli Fact: The first symptoms of E. Coli food poisoning usually appear between 2 and 3 days after exposure to the bacteria, with a range of 12 hours to about 7 days.
Cryptosporidium Fact: This common swimming pool bug is spread from person to person by the hand to mouth route, or through consuming food and water containing by extremely small (and hence unseen) particles of infected faeces.
Salmonella Fact: Salmonella infection is notifiable by the involved medical practitioner to the CCDC. If you or your child becomes infected with salmonella food poisoning whilst on holiday please contact the Control of Infection Unit for further advice upon your return to the UK.
Campylobacter Fact: Campylobacter bugs are generally spread by eating or drinking contaminated food or water and, occasionally, by direct contact with infected people or pets.
Shigella Fact: Antibiotics are very occasionally used to treat severe cases of Shigelliosis or to shorten the carrier phase which may be important for food handlers, children in school or nurseries.
Simpson Millar LLP's Holiday Illness Claims Lawyers are experts at successfully recovering holiday compensation from tour companies on behalf of frustrated and ill travellers who have endured gastric illness in Kos.
Our skilled lawyers have worked for most of the major tour operators including: Airtours, Direct Holidays, Thomas Cook, and Thomson, and we understand how to successfully claim compensation for those who were sick whilst on holiday in Kos, Greece.
Call us now on 0808 145 1353 or contact one of our travel lawyers by simply completing our holiday sickness enquiry form.
With offices throughout the UK and associates worldwide you get the reassurance that your claim will be handled by those who have worked in the holiday industry for over 10 years.