Food Poisoning Claims Against Takeaway Restaurant

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Several personal injury compensation claims are expected against a Kebab takeaway following an outbreak of serious food poisoning from the restaurant.

The Adonis Kebab House in Cardiff has now been ordered to stop trading indefinitely while an investigation is conducted into numerous cases of E. coli suffered by its customers in the recent past.

Local Environmental Health officials are to continue scrutinising standards at the fast food outlet after it was confirmed seven people had been affected by food poisoning after eating there, with one requiring hospital treatment, and another five suspected cases emerging afterwards, the BBC reports.

Consequently, Cardiff Magistrates' Court has granted an emergency prohibition order on the premises due to the potential health risks associated with its goods.

Dr Glen Lowe, consultant in communicable disease control for Public Health Wales, commented, "Investigations are ongoing and we continue to monitor the situation closely."

Recently, the Basingstoke Gazette reported that a family are claiming compensation from Thomas Cook after contracting food poisoning on holiday in Turkey.

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23/08/2011