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Client Who Won $4.5 Million Settlement

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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.

~ Client Who Won $4.5 Million Settlement

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"Clients want to be treated with dignity and respect. They want an experienced lawyer, someone to guide them through a difficult time. I think we do that about as well as it can be done."

~ Fred Pritzker, Attorney

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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.

E. coli at Erma B. Reese Elementary School in Lodi, CA

E. coli at Erma B. Reese Elementary School in Lodi, CA

At least 6 students at Erma B. Reese Elementary School in Lodi, California, may be part of an E. coli outbreak. To date, 2 students have laboratory-confirmed cases of the illness. One child, a second-grade student, was hospitalized last week with severe abdominal pain and diarrhea. The San Joaquin County Health Department is investigating the Read more…

Listeria from Caramel Apples, Lawyers Representing Mother and Baby

Listeria from Caramel Apples, Lawyers Representing Mother and Baby

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…

Pass the Salt and Salmonella: What Bugs Could Be Hiding In Your Spice Rack?

Stand up, walk to your kitchen, locate your spice rack, count how many spices you have, remember that number.  The Food and Drug Administration, tested a variety of imported spices, 20,000 to be exact, between the years 2006 and 2009, and concluded that 7 percent were contaminated with salmonella pathogen. That means 7 in every Read more…

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