A Salmonella lawyer can help you get compensation for food poisoning and serious complications, including sepsis, meningitis, heart damage and pancreatitis. We are a food safety law firm that has won millions in lawsuits against restaurants and food companies, including $4.5 million for a woman who was sickened after eating at a national chain restaurant.
Our national food safety law firm was contacted on February 9, 2017, by a person who was diagnosed with a Salmonella infection after eating at the MOOO…. (ellipses are part of the name) restaurant located in Boston’s XV Beacon Hotel, and attorneys Ryan Osterholm and Brendan Flaherty are representing this person. There are at least 7 others from Massachusetts who are part of the outbreak associated with eating at this restaurant. It is possible that people from other states were also sickened in this outbreak. If you were sickened, contact our law firm for a free consultation.
You may have the right to sue if the following applies:
The legal claims in every Salmonella poisoning lawsuit are based on the following theories of recovery:
These cases depend on microbiologic and statistical evidence. Our lawyers are some of the few in the nation who have won Salmonella food poisoning cases using this evidence. We highly recommend you hire a lawyer who has experience with outbreak investigations and litigation.
“Our law firm’s Bad Bug Law Team represents food poisoning victims nationwide. The insurance companies involved in outbreaks know us, and they know we can’t be fooled into accepting bad settlements.” — Attorney Fred Pritkzer
The most common source of illness is food contaminated with the feces of infected people or animals. People who come into contact with stool need only pick up a few cells of Salmonella bacterium to become infected. Companies that handle food are required to take measures to prevent contamination and to detect contamination before food is sold to consumers. When that does not happen, people get sick. It is our job as Salmonella attorneys to hold companies liable for selling contaminated food.
Although the number of salmonellosis cases reported in the U.S. annually is about 40,000, it is estimated that up to four million infections occur in this nation each year because mild cases are often not reported or diagnosed.
The term Salmonella actually refers to a group of bacteria, many of which cause diarrheal illness (salmonellosis) in animals and humans. There are many different kinds of this bacteria. S. Typhimurium (or .Typhi) can cause the illness typhoid. The illness caused by other types, including S. Enteritidis, which is common in the U.S., is called salmonellosis.
Complications of salmonellosis include the following:
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In addition to the information above, attorney Fred Pritzker has also provided information on these topics:
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