I ate a can of nuts from the mini bar in my room without noticing that it had already expired for more than 4 months or 120 days. As a result, I got food poisoning and the night turned out to be a nightmare as I had to go to toilet 7 times for the whole night (almost going to toilet every hour).
This had in fact spoilt our whole trip which was meant to be a romantic getaway as well as celebrating our wedding anniversary. Besides, huge money was spent on both Western and Chinese doctors - sending in to hospitals 2 times in the middle of the night and subsequently gastroscopy and colonoscopy etc.
Yet their insurer, Maclarens (Thailand) Ltd, gave us a letter stating that there was no evidence of negligence for Sheraton Hua Hin and offered a sum of money which is less than 1/8 of my medical expenses spent on this incident .
Despite 3 doctors' certificates sent to them in March this year proving my condition (2 from first class hospital,Canossa Hospital and 1 from a reputed specialist), yet Mcalren said the insuer still need a 4th doctor's certificate, a doctor which had never seen or treated me!
Mclarens asks a doctor to write a report in their favor, basing on 2 doctors' reports instead of 3 reports and without giving him any medical receipts proving continuous medical treatment for me, denies the 3 doctors' report and draw a conclusion on that, it is so unfair for me. Obviously this is manipulation!!!