Sickness saga continues – Cryptosporidium reported at the Club Mac Alcudia

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Sickness saga continues – Cryptosporidium reported at the Club Mac Alcudia

At Your Holiday Claims we are continuing to receive enquiries from British holidaymakers who have fallen ill at the Club Mac Alcudia in Majorca.

  • Confirmed case of cryptosporidium affecting young child
  • Illness outbreaks widely reported in national media
  • Your Holiday Claims contacted by more than 50 afflicted holidaymakers

Did illness strike during your stay at Club Mac Alcudia? Provided that your holiday was booked as a package and was within the last three years, the specialist solicitors at Your Holiday Claims could help you recover anything between £770 – £43,890 in a successful no win, no fee claim.

Our only aim at Your Holiday Claims is to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve following illness abroad.

Call 0300 100 2851 now and see what your claim is worth.

Stay out of the water - cryptosporidium confirmed at Club Mac Alcudia

More and more stricken holidaymakers are turning to Your Holiday Claims wishing to make a claim for holiday illness at Club Mac Alcudia.

We have recently been contacted by a guest at the hotel whose young child experienced symptoms including vomiting, fever, and diarrhoea. A local doctor confirmed that the child had contracted cryptosporidium.

If you believe your holiday has been affected by cryptosporidium, you can click here to find out how our experts can help you make a cryptosporidium claim.

We have repeatedly reported on outbreaks of illness at the Club Mac Alcudia in recent months. In June 2014 we were contacted by a family who were hospitalised during their stay at the hotel after an outbreak of sickness bugs.

Over the next few months, more than 50 holidaymakers contacted Your Holiday Claims after gastric illnesses ruined holidays at the Majorcan hotel. This led to the outbreaks of illness at the Club Mac Alcudia receiving widespread media attention.

National newspapers reported on the illnesses which left children requiring hospital treatment whilst on holiday. A Your Holiday Claims client featured on ITVs Good Morning Britain to discuss the circumstances of her young daughter who was hospitalised during their stay.

Anne Thomson, Head of Travel Law at Your Holiday Claims, commented on the outbreaks: “It is extremely worrying to hear of the continuing reports of illness at the Club Mac Alcudia.

“I do hope that measures are being taken to stop the spread of infection at the hotel. It is vital that these are implemented thoroughly and maintained to ensure that illness does not continue to be a problem.

“Cryptosporidium is most commonly contracted through ingesting contaminated drinking or recreational (swimming pool) water. This often leads to holidaymakers experiencing symptoms of sickness, diarrhoea, and stomach cramps.

“I would urge anyone who has fallen ill on holiday at the Club Mac Alcudia to contact myself or a member of the holiday claims team for expert advice on all aspects of the claims process.”

Contact Your Holiday Claims today

For more information on how you can make a successful claim for compensation, contact Your Holiday Claims today.

Our dedicated holiday claims team has over 50 years combined experience within the travel law industry. They are on hand to answer any questions you may have on the claims process.

To receive a free, no obligation initial consultation, call today on 0330 100 2851.

Or you can arrange a call back with a member of our team by completing our online holiday illness claim form.

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If you would like more information on how to make a claim for holiday illness, or would like some advice to determine if you could have a successful claim, speak to our team of professional experts who cover a wide range of legal matters, from loss of income due to holiday illness to serious injury claims. Contact us today on 0330 100 2851.

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If you or any members of your family have fallen ill on holiday in the last 3 years, or been involved in an accident abroad, you may be entitled to compensation and we are here to help.

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Sickness saga continues – Cryptosporidium reported at the Club Mac Alcudia