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I specialise in both international and domestic group illness claims, accidents abroad which involve foreign laws and jurisdictions, and incidents at sea and in air. I have successfully acted for thousands of people in this regard, and have a great passion for seeking justice which has been translated with many rewarding results.
I have secured damages for passengers aboard the ill fated Costa Concordia vessel, and for people affected by the fatal Grand Hotel Italy outbreak. My experience also extends to high profile domestic cases such as the tragic Stoke Legionnaires case, and the highly publicised salmonella outbreak at the Newcastle Spice Festival.
I take great pride in securing exceptional settlements for my clients in sometimes challenging circumstances, and great reward from helping them secure justice.
Amandeep is "a great team player and strategic thinker" - Legal 500 2016
I was inspired to take up a career in law as I have a keen sense of justice and a background in social justice. My mother has been awarded an OBE for her work in this area, and whilst my familial leanings are more political, I seek to promote fairness and justice on behalf of those wronged in a legal sense, particularly consumers.
The most rewarding aspect of my role is securing justice in challenging evidential circumstances, and helping secure redress for these clients.
Irwin Mitchell is committed to providing exceptional support for our clients, whilst fighting on their behalf with great tenacity. Compassion and resilience are two of my own core characteristics which make the firm and I an ideal match!
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“This case is just one of many we have seen where people have eaten food at an establishment and fallen ill through no fault of their own.
“Food poisoning can have a huge impact on the lives of victims, and severe foodborne infections such as campylobacter can leave them needing specialist treatment and requiring time off work.
“Sadly, many of those we represent have also been left with lasting health problems from which they may never fully recover.
“Whilst we are delighted to have secured our clients justice, our primary hope is that lessons have now been learned from this and other outbreaks so that the problems are avoided in the future. Food businesses, from takeaway restaurants to wedding venues must always ensure that food hygiene and the safety of consumers is their key concern.”
“We are hugely concerned about the issues that our clients have faced and are already working to investigate their experiences.
“Sadly however, their case is yet another instance where we have been contacted regarding the Holiday Village Turkey and this in itself is very worrying. This resort’s name has emerged too many times down the years and it is absolutely vital that, where possible, steps are taken to learn lessons from cases like this when holidaymakers have been affected by serious illness. Although the latest case is still in the investigation phase it begs the question of whether lessons have been learned.
“Gastric illnesses like E.Coli can have a significant impact on victims, particularly the elderly and children, so the seriousness of this issue cannot be underestimated.”
“We were concerned by the initial reports regarding the Wetherspoons pub in Harrogate.
“It’s imperative that the cause of the illness is determined to ensure that no others are affected like Paul has been.
“We will continue to work with Paul as we investigate the cause of his illness, and to ensure that he gets answers for how he came to fall ill.”
“This is a hugely troubling case which highlights the devastating impact that salmonella food poisoning can have, with those most vulnerable such as children often going on to develop further complications and health problems.
“After the Egyptian authorities have confirmed last week that E. Coli, which is a potentially fatal bacterial infection, was the cause of Mr and Mrs Cooper’s deaths at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic in August, it is even more concerning that yet another Egyptian case has come to light where a young holidaymaker has been left with potentially life-long complications.
“Sepsis is incredibly dangerous and can prove fatal if not diagnosed quickly. It is not an exaggeration to say that the swift actions of the staff at Birmingham Children’s Hospital may have saved Luay’s life.
“It is still not known what Luay’s long-term prognosis will be but we are investigating what Luay has faced and are determined to get answers following confirmation upon his return from holiday that he was suffering from Salmonella. It is vital that, where possible, lessons can be learned from this case so others do not face similar issues in the future.
“As part of our investigations we would like to hear from other guests who may have information about conditions at the Tia Heights this summer.”
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