Petting farm infection

Petting Farm infections

E Coli and Cryptosporidiosis infection from a petting farm can be a serious matter.

If you think that you or someone you know is suffering from an infection as a result of visiting a petting farm these 5 steps must be taken as quickly as possible;

  1. See your GP as soon as Possible
  2. Make a Complaint to the Farm ensuring it is put into their Incident/Accident Book
  3. Get names and addresses of anybody who was with you at the Farm and who may have seen you becoming ill afterwards
  4. Report it to your local council public health official
  5. Get legal advice as soon as possible afterwards

Contact us now for petting farm infection advice – we are experts on E Coli, Cryptosporidiosis and all types of infection and injury caused by food poisoning and food intolerance.

Petting farm infectionInfections tend to peak in spring and occur all over the country. Between January and May 2015 there were at least seven outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis linked to petting farms across England, affecting around 130 people.

E.Coli infections are less common, thankfully, as E.Coli 0157 can cause severe stomach pain, bloody diarrhoea and can affect kidney function.

If you think that you or someone you know is suffering from an infection as a result of visiting a petting farm you may be eligible for compensation for the suffering and distress suffered. Please contact us as quickly as possible.

For free initial advice please call 01535 958 778, email us, or use the contact form on this page.
We want to ensure that you get every penny of the compensation you are entitled to as quickly and efficiently as possible.