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When I was seventeen years old, I became very sick with a food-borne illness called E. coli. I later learned that I got the bacteria from an under-cooked meat product. Because of this, I suffered from hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), which caused my kidneys to fail. I was on dialysis for three months.
My case was settled for several million dollars. It is comforting to know that when I am no longer able to work, I will still be able to provide for my family. Right now I am going to school and cannot work because school and work is just too much for my kidney disease. The doctors also say that I might have trouble having children because of the disease. One door has been closed but PritzkerOlsen has opened many others.
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Child safety lawyer Elliot Olsen applauds the new federal rule that addresses hazards posed by high powered magnets in magnet sets like Buckyballs, Buckycubes and Magnetix. “I have represented several children who swallowed high powered magnets and needed surgery to remove them,” said *protected email*, our lead lawyer for these lawsuits. “Children are attracted to Read more…
September 28, 2014, is the 8th annual World Rabies Day, a reminder to dog owners to get their pets vaccinated. What is Rabies? Rabies is an acute encephalitis (brain infection) that is fatal. A dog with rabies can transmit the disease to a human with one bite that punctures the skin. What happens is saliva Read more…
Our attorneys are investigating an outbreak of Campylobacter infections in Wisconsin. Eight students who attend Durand High School have tested positive for Campylobacter infections (campylobacteriosis). At least 50 other students have symptoms of campylobacteriosis, and tests are pending. “Campylobacter outbreaks are almost always caused by contaminated food,” said *protected email*, one of the few attorneys Read more…