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food poisoning outbreak at the Halici Holiday Village, Turkey

Blake Lapthorn's specialist Travel team has been instructed by several individuals who became ill whilst staying at the Halici Holiday Village, Marmaris, Turkey during September 2010.  Guests have complained of sickness and diarrhoea as a result of contracting the illnessSome guests were hospitalised due to the severity of their symptoms including sickness, vomiting, dehydration and loss of consciousness.

 
Dan Oldroyd, Travel expert at Blake Lapthorn, "Guests have complained of the poor quality of the food forcing them to eat elsewhere after falling ill.  It is not what you would expect booking an all inclusive four-star hotel.  Our clients booked the holiday for the convenience of having the food and drink included, but their holiday was spoilt and extra expense incurred due to the illness."
 
Our Travel team's experience on food poisoning law and our foreign language abilities, together with our network of overseas agents, significantly improve the chance of success for such claims for compensation.

 

Visit our dedicated website www.blclaims.co.uk, call us on 0844 620 6600 or use the right hand links to contact us.
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