Food Poisoning in a Dixy Chicken Restaurant
What must I do in order to make a claim for food poisoning in a Dixy Chicken restaurant?
There are a number of procedures that need to be completed before you can make a claim for food poisoning in a Dixy Chicken restaurant, the most important of which is to report your illness to the Environmental Health Department. If inspectors find that health and safety procedures were not being followed, or if harmful bacteria are found the report can be used to support your Dixy Chicken food poisoning claim.
You must also visit a doctor to have your illness diagnosed and treated, as your medical records need to be submitted with your bacterial food poisoning claim as proof of illness.
Although it is not essential to your legal claim for injury compensation for food poisoning in a restaurant, there are two procedures which you should ideally complete to ensure that a strong case for compensation for an illness from Dixy Chicken can be submitted.
When you have sufficiently recovered you should return to the restaurant to make a report of your health problems in the restaurant’s accident book, as this report can be used to substantiate your claim for food poisoning compensation from Dixy Chicken.
You should also write a letter of complaint if you have suffered food poisoning in a Dixy Chicken restaurant to inform the restaurant manager that you became ill due to eating at the restaurant. You should include details of the items that you ate, the date and time of your visit and you should also inform the manager that you intend to make a bacterial food poisoning claim and state that the matter has been reported to the Environmental Health Department. You should send the letter by registered delivery and keep a copy for your own records as this can also be used to support your Dixy Chicken food poisoning claim.
We also strongly recommend contacting a personal injury solicitor to discuss making a claim for food poisoning compensation from Dixy Chicken. A solicitor is in the best position to give you legal advice specific to your case, and to tell you the procedures which should be completed to ensure a strong claim can be prepared.