Salmonella contamination is prohibited in restaurant food. It should never be there. If you were sickened in the Si Casa Flores outbreak, contact our Salmonella food poisoning lawyers (1-888-377-8900) – you may be entitled to substantial compensation.

The Oregon Health Authority and Josephine County Public Health Department has linked multiple cases of Salmonellosis (Salmonella bacteria poisoning) to the Si Casa Flores restaurant chain in Grants Pass Oregon.

Between June 25th and July 7th, 2020 the following restaurants may have served food contaminated with the Salmonella bacteria –

  • Si Casa Flores on 202 North East Beacon Drive
  • Si Casa Express on 401 North West F Street
  • Xpress Trailer on 502 Union Avenue
  • Taquiera Mexico on 137 SE H Street

While some cases of Salmonellosis clear up on their own, Salmonella poisoning can also cause serious disease and in some cases death. Symptoms can start within six hours of exposure but often do not start until 4-6 days after exposure. In some rare cases, symptoms may not begin until as long as 3 weeks following exposure to the tainted food. Children, infants, the elderly, pregnant women and people with underlying conditions are at increased risk. Symptoms can include diarrhea, vomiting, stomach cramps,  fever/chills, blood in the stool and severe headache. In some cases serious complications, like sepsis (blood infection), pericarditis (inflammation of the heart) and reactive arthritis (long lasting arthritis symptoms) can occur.

The Salmonella lawyers on our food safety legal team have over 50 years of experience investigating outbreaks and winning compensation for our clients. Our team has won some of the largest Salmonella cases in US history.


If you have tested positive for Salmonella, contact our award-winning food poisoning legal team for a free consultation with a lawyer.
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