Holidaymakers who return ill from Playa De Las America have the benefit of powerful consumer protection regulations in the form of the 1992 Package Travel Regulations. The Regulations enable those who have suffered illness or food poisoning on package holidays to claim compensation from their tour operator for their ruined holiday.
If you travelled with a tour operator, such as, Thomson, Virgin, Cosmos, Thomas Cook etc. and blame poor hygiene standards or contaminated food or water at your hotel, call one of our experienced travel lawyers today on 0808 145 1353.
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If you suffered food poisoning abroad as a consequence of a hotel serving contaminated food you can make a claim against your tour operator in the UK. You can also claim compensation if the swimming pool was infected with bugs or parasites, such as, Cryptosporidium or Giardia.
The largest resort in Tenerife, Playa de Las Americas, is the resort of choice for pleasure and sun seeking holidaymakers. The island's party capital has eight beaches in total, all backed by numerous bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. There is something to do for everyone in this lively hotspot, no matter where your interests lie.
Our Holiday Illness Claims Lawyers check the following Hotels in Playa de Las Americas for food poisoning and illness outbreaks caused by Salmonella, E. coli or Campylobacter
Simpson Millar’s holiday claims lawyers pursued numerous sickness complaints concerning hotels in Tenerife last year, and recovered substantial compensation for those whose holidays were marred by illness.
Illness and food poisoning outbreaks have occurred at some of Tenerife’s most reputable hotels. Sickness caused by food borne infections from Salmonella, Campylobacter, and E. coli etc. is preventable through thorough hygiene auditing. Foodborne bacteria is not the only hygiene concern for holidaymakers as protozoa living in hotel pool water can also cause profuse diarrhoea, stomach cramps and fever to travellers.
The medicines doctors prescribe to combat bacterial infections such as Salmonella and E. coli are known as antibiotics. When these drugs were first developed they were almost universally effective in combatting bacterial infections. Since then, the bacteria have developed in such a way, in the interest of their own survival, that many of them have become resistant to antibiotics.
Call our travel lawyer today on 0808 145 1353 for a free initial assessment of your holiday claim. We pursue personal injury claims against UK holiday companies for compensation for illness and food poisoning on a 'No Win No Fee' basis. Claim the compensation you deserve.