North East Family Struck by Salmonella Poisoning in Egypt

A Grandmother from Wallsend on Tyneside suffered what she described as a holiday from hell in Egypt when she and her grandson and family suffered food poisoning at an Egyptian Holiday resort

They were staying an a four star hotel in Sharm El Sheikh when they suffered diarrhoea and stomach cramps as well as feeling sick and vomiting.

The youngest of the party was 2o months and was particularly badly affected and still continues to suffer some 10 months after the holiday.

The family blamed the poor conditions in the hotel including what were described as swarms of flies around the area where food was being served. There is also an allegation that the food was in fact undercooked.

The matter is being investigated and the full cause of the outbreak will hopefully be known soon. The family are bringing a claim for compensation.

Full details of the story can be found at this link

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/wallsend-gran-grandson-suffer-salmonella-10713928

Comment:

If a holiday is arranged by way of a Package Tour then a person affected by food poisoning may be able to bring a claim against the Package Tour Operator for failing to properly assess and monitor the suppliers of the food and accommodation abroad.

To discuss any potential claim for free no obligation advice ring 01535958778 (or 07821809843 out of hours) or e mail info@oneill-injurysolicitors.co.uk or use the contact box opposite.