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In November of 2014, a baby was born prematurely and diagnosed with Listeria monocytogenes. His mother had eaten a caramel apple tainted with Listeria bacteria while she was pregnant. Our attorneys are helping the family sue the companies responsible for the Listeria infection (listeriosis). You can contact them for a free consultation about your Listeria Read more…
The national food safety law firm, PritzkerOlsen, P.A., filed a lawsuit on behalf of people sickened in the Listeria monocytogenes outbreak linked to packaged caramel apples. Named defendants are Bidart Bros. and Smith’s Food & Drug Centers, Inc. PritzkerOlsen attorneys Brendan Flaherty and Ryan Osterholm filed the lawsuit January 9, 2015. The firm’s offices are Read more…
About 50 people who attended a church conference at the Living Word Tabernacle Church in Bessemer City, North Carolina, developed symptoms of Salmonella food poisoning, according to the Gaston County Health Department. The dates of the event were October 1-5. To date, 7 of them have laboratory-confirmed cases of Salmonella. A significant number of lab results Read more…