All-inclusives are particular targets for the fraudulent claims, says the hoteliers federation. | Andrew Ede
Two weeks ago in the Bulletin (24 August), we ran an article with the heading "The Sport Of Holiday Compensation Claims" in which reference was made to how one particular law firm in north-west England was allegedly encouraging British tourists to press claims for food poisoning in the hope of securing compensation claims on a no win, no fee basis. This was happening in Tenerife and other islands in the Canaries. And now, that firm is one of eight that the Majorca Hoteliers Federation has named in connection with similar allegations here. All of them are in fact in north-west England - Manchester, Liverpool and elsewhere.