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Concerns over Illness at the Iberotel Aquamarine Resort in Egypt

Simpson Millar are a UK law firm dedicated towards helping people that have suffered from sickness bugs on package holidays.

Sickness Illness Bug

Reviews on the popular hotel review sight, Tripadvisor, have indicated that a number of guests have suffered from a sickness bug at Iberotel Aquamarine Hotel in Hurghada, Egypt.

One review entitled “Illness ruined our holiday. Still ill at home” written by couple from Manchester remarked that by the second to last day of the holiday they and their young child were all ill and when they visited the clinic there were a “steady stream of people coming and going”.

Group Action Claims Against Iberotel Aquamarine Resort

The Simpson Millar International Travel Team specialise in bringing class actions against tour operators including Thomson, First Choice an Thomas Cook for sickness bugs suffered in Egypt. The advantage of being represented as part of a group action means that the chances of succeeding will improve, as will the amount of compensation you are likely to receive.

As we are already representing people believed to have contracted salmonella at the Iberotel Aquamarine, by joining a group of clients you will have the benefit of our knowledge about a potential earlier illness problem at the hotel.

Have You Suffered? Contact Us Immediately!

If you have suffered what you think is food poisoning at the Iberotel Aquamarine, we would urge you to contact us as soon as possible as being represented as part of a group is only likely to increase your prospects of succeeding.

Holiday Hotel Watch

The Iberotel Aquamarine, also known as the Jaz Aquamarine, boasts 18 swimming pools, a huge buffet restaurant as well as four a la carte Italian, Asian, Oriental and Seafood Restaurants.

Restaurant Suspected as the Culprit of Food Poisoning

It is unclear what the cause of the sickness problem at the Aquamarine may be caused by although reviewers are citing the hotel restaurant as a possibility, with one reviewer stating that food was served at temperatures that were only warm and another believing that food was constantly being reheated.

The durations of the illness which included sickness and diarrhoea would appear to indicate that contaminated food could be the sauce of the illness. Food stored and served at temperatures close to room temperature present a breeding ground for dangerous germs including Salmonella, E. coli, Campylobacter.

However, it is our experience that more often than not it is the hotel swimming pools which are at fault for illness problems in Egypt – typical swimming pool bugs that we come across include Cryptosporidium, Shigella and Amoebic Dysentery.

We have helped hundreds of people claim compensation for sickness bugs suffered in Egypt. Typical awards for food poisoning suffered from holiday range from £2,000 to £30,000 in the most serious of cases.

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Dated: 13/06/2013

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