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Our firm investigates outbreaks of illness, accidents and product liability claims throughout the United States. To read more about current outbreaks, personal injury events and firm news, click on a story below. For more information or a free consultation, call us at 1-888-377-8900.
An E. coli O157:H7 outbreak in Canada has been linked to “leafy greens”, which means lettuce, spinach, kale, arugula or chard. Most of these vegetables come from the Salinas, California and Yuma, Arizona areas. Our law firm is investigating because of the possible connection with the United States. You can click here now if you want a Read more…
Our lawyers are representing a mother and her newborn baby. The mother ate a packaged caramel apple tainted with Listeria monocytogenes during her pregnancy and the baby was infected with this dangerous bacteria. After birth, the baby became critically ill. Our young client was sickened in a Listeria outbreak linked to caramel apples purchased at Read more…
87 people in 11 states got Salmonella food poisoning in an outbreak linked to bean sprouts served at restaurants and processed by Wonton Foods Inc., a New York company. Connecticut (CT) – 7 people Maine (ME) – 3 people Massachusetts (MA) – 35 people Montana (MT) – 1 person New Hampshire (NH) – 4 people Read more…