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Egypt Hotel Horror Stories Reach Holiday Accident Claim Solicitor in the UK


Manchester, UK October 4, 2006

Holiday accident claim solicitors at Pannone LLP say they’ve received several reports of illness from holidaymakers returning from the St George’s Three Corners Hotel in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh.

Personal injury solicitor Andrew Morton, who specialises in holiday accident and illness compensation claims said, “There are complaints about the food, with people saying they had to send out for pizzas or go to McDonald’s to avoid the food offered in the restaurant. Unconfirmed reports even say that food reappeared the following day if it had not been consumed.

“Other reports focus on people picking up severe tummy bugs and ear infections from the hotel swimming pool.

“It appears that the problems go back to as early as June and July of this year. Our travel litigation solicitors are investigating the complaints further on behalf of clients and if the stories are true, the holidaymakers may well have a case to claim compensation.”

“Anyone who suffered sickness at the St George’s Three Corners Hotel in Egypt should contact a specialist travel solicitor as soon as possible.”

Andrew Morton is the senior holiday accident compensation claim solicitor at Manchester based law firm Pannone LLP. He is a member of The Law Society Personal Injury Panel, a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and a member of the Travel and Tourism Lawyers Association.

Andrew Morton can be reached by telephone on 0870 164 2372 or by email to



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