E. coli Associated with Eating at Cafe Mario at Nintendo of America, Law Firm Investigating

Our law firm is investigating an outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli associated with Sodexo’s Café Mario and I Love Sushi, both located at the Nintendo of America campus in Redmond, Washington. Café Mario is operated by Sodexo and is not open…

Cyclosporiasis Lawsuits Mount as Del Monte Outbreak Grows

Lawsuits stemming from the Cyclospora outbreak linked to Del Monte vegetable trays are mounting as the official case count tops 200. The outbreak now includes 212 laboratory-confirmed cases of cyclosporiasis in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan, according to the Centers…

Hepatitis A Virus
Will Lawsuits Follow Charlotte Hardee’s Hepatitis A Outbreak?

As many as 4,000 people who visited a Hardee’s restaurant in Charlotte, NC between June 13 and 23 were potentially exposed to the hepatitis A virus, according to Mecklenburg County health officials. There are ten confirmed cases of hepatitis A among…

Cyclospora Poisoning Outbreak
Cyclospora Lawyer Says Texas Cases Will Likely Rise

Cyclospora lawyer Ryan Osterholm, who has represented Texas clients in several previous outbreaks, says the case count in the Texas Cyclopora outbreak that has already sickened 56 people will likely rise. Last year, Texas was part of a multi-state outbreak that sickened…

Cyclospora
Cyclospora Lawyer Represents Dozens in Del Monte Vegetable Outbreak

The Cyclospora lawyers at Pritzker Hageman are representing dozens of clients in the outbreak linked to Del Monte vegetable trays sold at Kwik Trip and other stores. At least 185 people in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan who developed Cyclospora…

Fred Pritzker Law Firm
Taylorsville, N.C. Food Poisoning Outbreak: Lawyers Provide Investigation Update

Our lawyers are investigating an outbreak of illnesses associated with eating at Mexico Viejo restaurant in Taylorsville, North Carolina. If you were sickened, contact our law firm with the form below. Attorney Fred Pritzker and his team can be contacted…

Romaine Lettuce E coli Outbreak
Lettuce E. coli Lawsuit for Illness or Death Linked to Romaine Outbreak

A lettuce E. coli lawsuit for an illness or death linked to the romaine lettuce outbreak is the only way victims can receive compensation for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages, according to veteran E. coli…

Fred Pritzker Law Firm
Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Lawyers

Were you sickened by romaine lettuce? E. coli lawyer Fred Pritzker can help you sue to get money from the company responsible for your illness. Lettuce served at restaurants should not be tainted with deadly E. coli bacteria. This is…

Kelloggs Honey Smacks Cereal
Honey Smacks Salmonella Lawsuit, Lawyers Helping Victims

You may have a Honey Smacks Salmonella lawsuit if you were sickened after eating this cereal. Our Salmonella lawyers can help you get a money settlement. Free Consultation about a Honey Smacks Salmonella Lawsuit Use the form above to join others…

Cut Melons
Lawsuit Alleges Salmonella from Pre-Cut Fruit Sold at Walmart

A lawsuit stemming from the Salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon and fruit medleys alleges that a woman developed a life-threatening illness that included a lengthy hospitalization, ICU stay and rehab stint after eating a pre-cut fruit product…

Salmonella
Crimson Clover Seed Salmonella Risk Prompts Zesty Sprouting Mx Recall

NOW Health Group, Inc. of Bloomingdale, Illinois, has issued a recall for NOW Real Food® Zesty Sprouting Mix due to potential Salmonella contamination of Crimson Clover Seeds, its primary ingredient. The recalled product was sold nationwide at Walmart and other…

Cyclospora Outbreak
Del Monte, Kwik Trip Lawsuits Filed by Cyclospora Lawyers

Multiple Del Monte and Kwik Trip Cyclospora lawsuits have been filed by the national food safety law firm Pritzker Hageman. Cyclospora attorneys Ryan Osterholm, Lindsay Lien Rinholen and Brendan Flaherty have filed three lawsuits on behalf of clients sickened in the outbreak linked to Del…