Raw Milk Tainted with E. coli Can Cause HUS and TTP

Attorney Fred Pritzker recently spoke at Harvard Law School about the dangers of raw milk and just a few months ago won over $2 million for a man sickened by raw milk.

“In my line of work representing victims of foodborne illness, I have frequent contact with food safety experts including microbiologists, epidemiologists, sanitarians and infectious disease physicians. Not once have any of these experts ever recommended consumption of raw milk,” said Fred, who represents victims of E. coli food poisoning throughout the United States. His clients have included children and adults who contracted hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) or thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP), severe complications of an E. coli infection that can cause kidney failure, brain damage from stroke, dangerous hypertension and other life-threatening health problems.

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“Parents need to know that they and their children have the legal right to sue for compensation,” said Fred. “There is no excuse for selling milk laced with poison.”

State laws regarding the sale of raw milk vary. In some retailers can sell it. In other states raw milk and raw milk products can only be sold at the dairy where the raw milk was produced.

“What I have been advocating is either banning the sale of raw milk or regulating the sale more effectively. Parents are not adequately warned of the risk of E. coli poisoning and HUS to children who drink raw milk and raw milk products. We are representing a family whose young child got E. coli-HUS from raw milk cheese. The pain and suffering experienced by this little one is unimaginable,” said Fred.

Attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Team have a national reputation for winning compensation for food poisoning victims and their families in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. You can talk to Fred or another attorney on his team for free, no obligation to you. Just call 1-888-377-8900 (toll free) or submit our free consultation form.

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