Tunisia Holiday Hotel Sickness Strikes Again
For the third year in succession, the Hotel Dar-Khayam in the Tunisian resort of Hammamet has been hit by an outbreak of sickness and diarrhoea. Andrew Morton, a specialist in travel law at Manchester solicitors, Pannone LLP says his firm suspect that hundreds of guests have been badly affected by the bug, which is likely to have been caused by poor standards of hygiene at the hotel.
Commenting on the latest outbreak, Mr Morton said, “We already have over 20 cases of people bringing claims against the hotel. Their complaints range from dirty conditions in the hotel, swarms of flies in dining areas, food being poorly prepared and presented and a filthy swimming pool.
“People have had their holidays ruined through no fault of their own. They have complained to the tour operators but had no satisfactory replies. The only course of action available to them is to seek compensation via legal action, something I would recommend others in their position consider doing as well.”
If you have had an injury or suffered sickness on holiday then contact Andrew Morton at Pannone LLP by calling 0800 0384 384 or in Manchester on 0161 909 6427.
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