Our Holiday Sickness Claims Experts are able to support people who have suffered because of illness abroad.
Call us on 0161 490 8960 so we can provide you with expert legal advice at no cost to you.

Our Holiday Sickness Claims are funded by a  No Win, No Fee agreement. This means there is no financial risk to you.

Do you need to claim following an accident or illness on holiday?

Have you or a member of your family been unfortunate to suffer an accident or illness on holiday?

An illness abroad can cause serious health problems, as well as ruin a holiday. Many of the most common holiday illnesses are completely avoidable if  proper health and safety rules are followed, so if you’ve become sick on holiday our solicitors may be able to help you claim compensation.

Whether your holiday was in the UK or abroad, we can help you to claim relevant compensation.  Depending on the type of incident involved all you need to do is speak to us.

We have been instrumental in helping our clients claim significant sums for both accidents and illnesses whilst on holiday.

Tour operators, hotels, restaurants and other service providers have a duty of care to you as a customer. Holiday sickness claims can be made for a number of different conditions caused by a failure by these parties to make sure that all necessary steps have been taken to ensure your safety. Our lawyers have helped thousands of people claim holiday illness compensation for conditions such as:

  • Food poisoning, including gastroenteritis, e-coli and salmonella
  • Norovirus
  • Legionnaires’ disease
  • Bacterial infections
  • Typhoid

FAQ's

How much can I claim for being sick on holiday?

The amount you can claim will depend on the specific details of your case and the nature and severity of your illness. Mild food poisoning on holiday involving stomach pain, cramps and diarrhoea continuing for several days would, on average, settle for between £700 and £3,000.

How long does a claim for holiday sickness take?

The process can take slightly longer than a claim within the UK, as your tour operator legally has 6 months to investigate your claim internally. As a guide, the average length of a holiday claim is around 18 months although this can be reduced if there are multiple cases of sickness in the same resort.

Does travel insurance cover food poisoning?

If you suffer from severe food poisoning, the doctor may recommend that you stay in a hospital for a few days or a week, and your medical bills may add up to thousands of dollars. … A travel insurance policy does not only provide compensation for medical fees; it also enables you to recover your lost travel investment, however, the insurance only covers the costs incurred and does not compensate you for the loss of enjoying.

How long does a travel insurance claim take

How long does it typically take travel insurance companies to pay a claim? Hi there, It will depend on the type of claim, but generally once you’ve provided your travel insurer with all the necessary documentation, you should receive an outcome within 10 to 14 business days.If you wish to pursue a claim for compensation against the holiday company then we recommend you get in touch with our experts.

Contact one of our legal experts today to discuss your claim. We offer free friendly and professional advice.
Call 0161 490 8960

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