Attorney Fred Pritzker continues to gather evidence for a lawsuit against Foster Farms for Salmonella food poisoning. The lawsuit will be filed on behalf of a young child who was diagnosed with the same strain of Salmonella Heidelberg as at least 134 people. The CDC has confirmed our law firm’s findings that Foster Farms chicken is the source of this outbreak. Fred and his Bad Bug Law Team are also representing other victims of the Salmonella outbreak linked to Foster Farms Chicken.
“Salmonella infections can cause severe harm, including Salmonella meningitis and reactive arthritis,” said Fred, who recently won $4.5 million for a client sickened in another foodborne outbreak. “Companies that sell food contaminated with Salmonella bacteria need to be held accountable for all illnesses caused by the tainted food. This means payment of all medical bills and projected medical expenses, lost income (of victims and parents of young victims), physical pain, emotional suffering, and other damages.”
Fred continues to provide free case evaluations for victims of this outbreak and their families. People were sickened in the outbreak between June 4, 2012 and May 6, 2013. The number of reported illnesses by state is as follows:
Alabama (1), Alaska (13), California (11), Hawaii (1), Idaho (2), Massachusetts (1), Montana (2), New York (1), Oregon (40), Utah (3), Virginia (1), Washington (57), and West Virginia (1).
Washington and Oregon were hit the hardest.
Attorney Fred Pritzker and his team of Salmonella lawyers represent victims nationwide and have won millions for their clients in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits against food manufacturers and others.