Tunisia Holiday Illness Compensation Claims
If you have been ill whilst on holiday in Tunisia, you may be entitled to compensation.
Every year, our holiday illness experts handle many claims for British holidaymakers who have suffered different types of holiday illness in various Tunisian hotels.
Holiday illness in Tunisia
Food poisoning, campylobacter, E. coli, and salmonella are amongst some of the most common types of illness contracted whilst on holiday in Tunisia. This is often the result of undercooked food, food that has been exposed to birds or insects and cross contamination with raw meats.
Cryptosporidium is also common in hotels that do not maintain the highest standards of hygiene in hotel swimming pools.
If you have been ill whilst on holiday in Tunisia, we can help you to claim compensation. We’ve set out below a list of popular holiday destinations in Tunisia where illness has arisen:
- Port El Kantaoui
- Yasmine Hammamet
We are here to help you to make a successful Tunisia holiday illness claim. You can receive compensation for the illness you have suffered, loss of enjoyment of your holiday and any financial loss you may have incurred (including costs for travel or medical expenses and any lost earnings if you have been off work ill back in the UK)
Claim compensation today
Our team of holiday illness claims specialists has over 50 years’ experience successfully dealing with illness claims for British holidaymakers. The majority of cases we accept are on a no win, no fee basis. We can give you peace of mind and reassurance that you can receive the very best legal representation without being left out of pocket.
Or if you would like to arrange a call back, simply complete the online contact form and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible.Contact us
Outbreaks of holiday illness in Tunisia
- More holidays ruined by sickness at the Sahara Beach Resort, Tunisia
- Guests reporting illness at the Khayam Garden Hotel in Tunisia
- Enquiry received after family holiday at the El Ksar Resort is ruined by salmonella