Lawyers Advocate for Bicycle Accident Victims and Families

According to the NHTSA, more than 700 bicyclists died in motor vehicle accidents in 2017. Our bicycle accident legal team, led by attorneys Fred Pritzker and Eric Hageman, represents injured bicyclists and families who suffered the wrongful death of a…

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Second Death Linked to NC Mountain State Fair Legionnaires’ Outbreak

A second person who contracted Legionnaires’ disease after attending the NC Mountain State Fair has died. As of October 8, 2019, 132 people are part of a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak associated with attendance at the fair held September 6-15, 2019…

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Lawyers Representing Multiple Victims in Mountain State Fair Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak

The Legionnaires’ disease lawyers at Pritzker Hageman, led by attorney Fred Pritzker, are representing multiple legionella victims in the Mountain State Fair outbreak. One of our clients was in an induced coma in the ICU, where she has been hospitalized…

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Deli Salads at Dozens of Grocery Stores Included in Tip Top Listeria Recall

Tip Top Poultry Inc. of Rockmart, Ga. has again expanded its already massive recall of cooked poultry products potentially contaminated with Listeria to include even more items that were sold at grocery store delis. Consumers who have recently purchased salads…

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Another Case of Legionnaires’ Disease at St. John’s in Albert Lea

Another case of Legionnaires’ disease has been reported at St. John’s Lutheran Community on Fountain Lake in Albert Lea, MN, bringing the total number of cases reported there since 2018 to seven, according to the Albert Lea Tribune. Contact a…

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Motorcyclist Killed by Pick-up Truck in Ham Lake Crash

A motorcyclist died in a crash with a pick-up truck in Ham Lake on Monday. The crash happened at about 3:35 PM on Lexington Ave. in Ham Lake, MN. The motorcyclist, a 67-year-old man from Minneapolis, was traveling southbound on…

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Pritzker Hageman Food Safety Attorneys File First Listeria Lawsuit in Cooked Chicken Recall

The food safety attorneys at Pritzker Hageman have filed the first Listeria lawsuit in connection to the cooked chicken recall. Attorneys Fred Pritzker, Eric Hageman, and David Coyle filed the lawsuit (0:19-cv-02664) today in the U.S. District Court of Minnesota.…

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Pritzker Hageman Listeria Lawyers: Client Sickened by Chicken Salad

Pritzker Hageman Listeria lawyers are representing a client who is hospitalized with a Listeria infection after eating chicken salad that is now part of a Listeria recall. Craig Moraski, 50, of Bellevue, Nebraska developed symptoms of a Listeria infection after…

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ADM Recalls More Flour for E. coli Strain Linked to Outbreak Earlier This Year

Three months after federal health officials declared the end to an E. coli outbreak linked to flour produced at its Buffalo, NY mill and sold under a variety of brand names, ADM Milling Co. is recalling more flour milled at…

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Hot Tub Exhibit at N.C. Mountain State Fair May be Source of Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak

Hot tubs on display at the North Carolina Mountain State Fair may be the source of a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak that has sickened 128 people, killing one of them, according to state health officials.  The total number of illnesses reported…

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Food Truck Propane Explosion Seriously Injures Detroit Man

A propane explosion seriously injured the owner of a popular Detroit food truck last weekend. Rashad Torrence, the owner of Detroit’s Original Seafood Truck, tried to light the truck’s fryer to serve food at a festival when a propane tank…

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Bicyclist Killed by Pick-up Truck in Sherburne County

A pick-up truck struck and killed a bicyclist on a rural road in Sherburne County on Wednesday. The crash happened at about 6:55 PM on 150th Ave. in Santiago Township, MN, about 10 miles north of Becker. Ronald H. Otremba…