Movenpick Resort, Taba, Egypt Struck by Holiday Sickness
British holidaymakers staying at the Movenpick Resort in Taba, Egypt have fallen victim to a holiday illness and sickness bug. Andrew Morton, specialist Holiday Sickness solicitor from leading Manchester Law Firm, Pannone LLP, confirmed that affected travellers could have a case for compensation.
Pannone was involved in similar actions against the 434 room, five star hotel in both 2008 and 2009 when guests suffered from food poisoning symptoms such as diarrhoea, vomiting and stomach cramps. It seems the Movenpick Resort, Taba will again be facing legal proceedings. It is thought that the food preparation, hygiene and health and safety standards are again to blame for the holiday sickness bug at the all-inclusive resort.
Morton, of Pannone LLP, advises anyone who believes they have been affected by this sickness to “keep any evidence of illness such as medical receipts for treatment and ensure that the illness is officially reported in resort and a complaint form completed. The holiday representative should provide a copy of the form for guests to keep. On return to the UK you should consult your GP immediately to try to confirm exactly what the illness was.”
For more information or advice, contact Andrew Morton on 0800 0384 384, email email@example.com or visit the website at http://www.pannone.com/solicitors-for-you/pi-hat-egypt.asp.
If you have ever suffered from food poisoning, holiday sickness or holiday illness in Egypt or any other country, contact Pannone LLP and a litigation and holiday accident solicitor will be able to advise you on your possible claim. Pannone LLP’s specialist holiday sickness claim solicitors will be able to review your compensation claim over the phone for free.
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