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No Win No Fee Celery Allergy Claims. 

Celery allergies are not necessarily the first food allergy that you would think of when asked what common foods caused an allergic reaction. However, celery allergies can be equally as dangerous as any other food allergy, especially when you consider that celery can be hidden in many food types, used as a base for many stocks, soups, condiments and spice mixes. 
 
If you've suffered from a celery allergic reaction through no fault of your own, contact our expert personal injury solicitors to start your No Win No Fee claim. 
Our straight-forward no win no fee celery allergy claims process: 
No obligation consultation 
MG Legal's specialist solicitors offer a free, no obligation consultation to all potential clients. Selecting a specialised celery allergy compensation solicitor like MG Legal ensures you have expert legal representation.  
Start your no win no fee claim 
We accept all claims on a no win no fee basis, and will begin building your claim the same day. Director, Mark Gregory, will handle your claim from start to finish, ensuring a personal and professional service. 
Hassle-free claims process 
Your designated solicitor will be in regular contact, and keep you updated throughout the claims process. We work with the best local medical experts to prepare comprehensive reports about your allergy and its impact. 
Maximum compensation 
Our team will commence negotiations to secure the compensation you deserve. Our team go above and beyond to achieve the maximum financial compensation for our clients. 
 

Celery Allergy – The Facts 

Celery (Apium graveolens) is part of the Apiaceae family and is a common cause of pollen related food allergy. Celery is often hidden in many foods, which led to it being mandatory in 2014 on food labels as part of the 14 main allergens. 

How common is celery allergy? 

There is minimal research into celery allergy, and it is not clear how many people in the UK it affects. However, celery allergy in Europe has been reported between 2.8%-11.1% and seen in countries where raw celery is commonly consumed, such as France and Switzerland. 

Diagnosing Celery Allergy 

If you suspect you have had an allergic reaction to celery it is important to speak with your GP to ensure you have the right management plan and support. Your GP may then refer to an allergy specialist which may include skin prick testing and/or specific IgE blood testing. 

What are the signs and symptoms of celery allergies? 

Primary Celery Allergy 

Primary celery allergy is not as common but may cause more severe reactions. Symptoms can range from mild reactions such as itching, swelling or hives to anaphylaxis (the more severe form of allergic reaction requiring the use of an adrenaline auto-injector). 

Pollen Food Syndrome 

Reactions to celery are usually associated with cross-reactions with pollen. This means if you have hay fever and developed mild symptoms over time then this may be the most likely cause. Celery is closely linked to birch and mugwort and is often referred to as birch mugwort celery syndrome where the immune system has mistaken the food for pollen. Symptoms are usually mild and can include itching or tingling in the mouth, lips or throat. 
As assortment of green vegetables, including celery, which is one of the 14 common food allergens, which our no win no fee allergy solicitors can assist with a claim for.

What food should I avoid? 

Celery may appear as a simple food to avoid, however, it is hidden in many products and ingredients. Celeriac (Apium graveolens rapaceum) is a root that is closely associated with celery and should also be avoided. As celery is one of the 14 main allergens listed on food packaging in the UK, it is slightly easier to identify on product labels as it will be highlighted in bold or underlined in the ingredient list of a product. 
 
Celery can be eaten raw or cooked from the root, stalk and leaves. Celery seeds can be used in spice mixtures or used as celery salt to flavour food. You will find celery in: 
 
Stock cubes and gravy granules 
Soups, stews and broths 
Salads, dressings and sauces 
Spice mixes 
Condiments such as marmite 
Crisps 
Tomato juice and smoothies 
 
One study has shown when celery root is heated extensively it still retains its allergenicity and so should be avoided. Furthermore, research has demonstrated that celery spice is allergenic to individuals with an allergy to raw celery despite being dried and powdered for use in spices. 

Why choose MG Legal for your celery allergy compensation claim? 

No Win No Fee Guarantee. 

With our no win no fee policy, you face no financial risk in pursuing your claim. 

We are the experts. 

Our solicitors are experts in handling celery allergy claims, achieving successful settlements daily. 

Free, no obligation advice. 

Mark Gregory, director at MG Legal, provides personalised attention to each case, ensuring the best possible outcome for you.  

Success rate of over 99%. 

We have successfully settled over 99% of the injury compensation claims we accept, all on a No Win No Fee basis. 

MG Legal's Approach to your Celery Food Allergy Compensation Claim 

Our team of food allergy compensation specialists at MG Legal has an impressive track record, successfully settling over 99% of food allergy claims on a no win no fee basis. We understand the physical and emotional distress caused by allergic reactions, and we're committed to helping you get the compensation you deserve. 

No Win No Fee, No Financial Risk 

We operate on a no win no fee basis, ensuring that you face no financial risk when pursuing your claim. This approach allows you to seek justice without worrying about upfront costs. 

Settlement Negotiations and Winning Your Claim 

Our experienced solicitors are adept at entering into settlement negotiations, fighting tirelessly to win the compensation you rightfully deserve. With our expertise, we ensure that your case is handled efficiently and effectively, aiming for the best possible outcome. 

Contact MG Legal's Celery Allergy Compensation Claim Today 

If you've suffered from a celery allergy reaction due to mislabelled food or negligence in a restaurant, contact MG Legal today. Our dedicated team is ready to guide you through the legal process and work towards securing the compensation you need. 

MG Legal – Your Partner in Seeking Justice for Food Allergy Claims. 

Contact MG Legal for Your Celery Allergy Claim 

If you've suffered due to a celery allergy, whether hospitalised or made ill, our team is here to help. Contact MG Legal today to start your journey towards fair compensation. For a free, no-obligation consultation with a food allergy solicitor, contact us online here or give us a call on 01772 783314 

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