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Food Poisoning Treatment

Learn more about treating Holiday Food Poisoning when you are abroad and back home

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To make a Holiday Food Poisoning Compensation claim, get in touch with our No Win No Fee Solicitors on freephone 0800 652 0586 or click the “Free Enquiry” button for an immediate call back.

No Win No Fee Holiday Food Poisoning Compensation 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.

Food Poisoning Symptoms

If you think you have contracted holiday food poisoning, you may be having some of the following symptoms:

  • Aches and pains
  • Dehydration
  • Diarrhoea
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Headaches
  • Lethargy
  • Stomach cramps
  • Vomiting
  • Poor appetite

Holiday Food Poisoning claim

Food Poisoning Treatment

If you are experiencing these types of symptoms whilst you are still on your Holiday should consult a Doctor in the resort as soon as possible regardless of how minor your symptoms are.  Holiday Food Poisoning can get worse as the days pass if appropriate medication isn’t taken and the longer it lasts, the more likely you are to want to make a Holiday Food Poisoning Compensation claim.  As a rough guide, you should try to:

  • Drink plenty of water
  • Take sugar on board to keep your energy levels up as you will probably not have an appetite
  • Relax and avoid physical exertion
  • Visit a Doctor in the resort for assistance
  • Visit your GP when you get

Airborne Virus Treatment

If you have contracted holiday food poisoning because of an airborne virus, it should completely go within 72 hours.  If you suffer from vomiting and nausea but have not had anydiarrhoea, antibiotics are unlikely to help you to recover.

If however you suffer from significant and long lasting diarrhoea linked with vomiting, nausea, abdominal cramps, fever or blood in faeces, a course of antibiotics is likely to be of benefit.

 

Holiday Food Poisoning Compensation

Further guidance can be found on the NHS website.

Meeting Us

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 based in most UK cities

Chat to our No Win No Fee Solicitors on freephone number 0800 652 0586

If you think that you have a Holiday Food Poisoning Compensation claim, would like to have a chat about a potential claim or require further information, contact us now.

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