Find out more about Dengue Fever, it’s sources, symptoms, treatment and how long you are likely to suffer with this Holiday Food Poisoning
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No Win No Fee Holiday Food Poisoning Claim
100% of our Holiday Food Poisoning Claims are made on a No Win No Fee basis which means that you do not have to worry about any financial risk at all as if your claim is unsuccessful it will not cost you anything. We have won significant compensation for clients who have suffered from Holiday Food Poisoning in the UK and abroad.
Dengue Fever is transmitted by a mosquito bite where the mosquito is infected with 1 of the 4 dengue virus serotypes.
Symptoms of Dengue Fever
- Abdominal pain
- Breathing difficulty
- Mild fever
- High fever
- Severe headaches
- Pain behind the eyes
- Muscle and joint pain
Time Frame for Symptoms to Develop
Symptoms of Dengue Fever typically develop within 3 to 14 days of being infected.
Treatment of Symptoms of Dengue Fever
There is no known vaccine or medication to treat Dengue Fever so if you have contracted dengue fever you should rest, drink plenty of water and take painkillers. A visit to your GP or Hospital and treatment with antibiotics may be necessary if the symptoms do not disappear fully.
Further guidance can be found on the NHS website.
Expertise and Understanding from Carter & Carter Solicitors
We are able to give you immediate legal representation, rehabilitation and treatment no matter where you are in England, Scotland or Wales. We also provide urgent:
- Home visits
- Hospital visits for those who are unable to meet us at home
- Face to face meeting at one of our private meeting rooms in most UK cities
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If you think that you have a Holiday Food Poisoning claim, would like to have a chat about a potential claim or require further information, contact us now.