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Personal Injury

Package Holiday Claims

Pabla & Pabla's holiday sickness solicitors help you claim the compensation you deserve should you fall ill on holiday.

Package holidays are very common nowadays as they are a great value for money and are a chance for us to relax with friends and family. But what happens if someone falls ill?

Common causes for holiday sicknesses can include:

  • Food being served luke-warm which becomes a breeding ground for bacteria such as Salmonella
  • Food not being cooked thoroughly
  • Food that has been reheated or left standing for too long
  • Flies and insects contaminating your food
  • Birds and other animals being permitted to contaminate food service areas
  • Infected or ill food handlers touching and preparing your food
  • Ice which has not been prepared using filtered water
  • Food being washed in tap water - This may lead to infections such as E-Coli
  • Dirty swimming pools which may contain parasites such as cryptosporidium which are resistant to chlorine
  • Poor public toilet conditions causing bacteria to breed

No Win, No Fee Package Holiday Claims Solicitors

Our Package Holiday Claims Solicitors operate on a No Win, No Fee basis. 

We have a proven track record in helping people make holiday sickness claims for a wide range of reasons, securing the compensation our clients deserve while making the whole process as stress-free as possible. For a free, no-obligation discussion on how we could help you, simply call our team today.

Injuries Whilst Travelling

Holidays should be an enjoyable experience. If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a travel accident or holiday illness whilst abroad, you need to know if you can get help to recover the loss you have suffered. If you have been injured whilst traveling, you may well be able to make a claim, even if you were between countries at the time.

To help your personal injury claim, you should report the holiday injury to the travel representative at the time and make a note of your holiday accident, taking the names and addresses of witnesses to the accident. Please note that there are strict time limits on these claims. Making a claim under these conventions is shorter than that for an accident occurring in the UK - This is usually 2 years instead of 3.

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