What foods are dangerous to small children and babies?
Posted on 18th July 2019
It’s becoming more and more common recently to read articles about how food allergies are affecting people’s daily lives, and how someone has accidentally been exposed to something they shouldn’t have due to food labelling problems.
The young child was believed to have choked on some food, and despite being taken to the local Royal Hospital for Sick Children, he passed away the following day. No details of how the young boy choked have been released yet.
A spokesperson for the nursery told the Mirror that the police attended along with other emergency services as “a matter of course”, and they expressed that their thoughts were focused on the child and the family at this difficult time.
Likewise, our team of Personal Injury Solicitors in Lancaster’s thoughts and deepest condolences are with the family at this sad time.
Whilst this case appears to be nothing but a sad accident, some cases can be more serious when food is incorrectly labelled or when food handlers mis-handle the food leading to cross-contamination.
If someone you love has been the victim of a food allergy, due to incorrectly labelled packaging or incorrect food handling, you can contact our team of Solicitors in Lancaster on 01524 581 306 to find out about our “No Win, No Fee” Injury Compensation claims.
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