Salmonella Outbreak at X10 Woodfire Steakhouse in Dalhart, Texas

At least 30 people contracted Salmonella infections (salmonellosis) after eating at the X10 Woodfire Steakhouse in Dalhart, Texas.

Our Salmonella lawyers have been contacted by people sickened in the outbreak. You can join others by filing a lawsuit for compensation and to hold the restaurant accountable for serving tainted food.

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You Can Sue a Restaurant for Salmonella Food Poisoning

If you were diagnosed with Salmonella food poisoning after eating at the X10 Woodfire Steakhouse in Dalhart, Texas, you may have a personal injury claim against the restaurant. This means you can sue the restaurant, and possibly others, for compensation, including medical expenses, lost income, physical pain, emotional distress and other damages.

The incubation period for Salmonella is 6 to 72 hours. Symptoms of the illness include headache, severe stomach pain, extreme diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. You may feel sicker than you ever have in your life. Complications include severe dehydration, colitis, reactive arthritis, meningitis and sepsis.

If you ate at the restaurant and are experiencing symptoms, see a doctor immediately.

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