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Yes, you can sue Blue Bell Creameries for Listeria if your infection can be linked to one of the company’s ice cream products. The company issued a recall of all of its products on April 20, 2015. Attorney Brendan Flaherty of our law firm was quoted by the New York Times yesterday: “The challenge of Read more…
On a clear day in October, our 45-year old client signaled a left turn and slowed to a stop. As an experienced and safety conscious motorcycle rider, he was wearing full safety gear: gloves, leather jacket, and helmet. He waited for traffic to clear. At that same time, the driver of a pizza delivery vehicle Read more…
Updated Recall and Outbreak Information: On April 20, the Blue Bell Creameries recall was expanded to include all of its products made at all of its plants. In addition, there are now 10 CDC-confirmed cases of listeriosis in 4 states: Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Five patients at Via Christi Hospital in Wichita, Kansas, contracted Read more…