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Minnesota Lawyers for Lawsuit against St. Cloud Hospital for Infection from IV

Attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Team are investigating a 2011 outbreak of bacterial blood infections associated with a health care worker diverting narcotics from intravenous (IV) bags. Fred and our other infectious disease lawyers can be reached…

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Smoked Salmon Recall 2012 Possibly Connected to Salmonella Outbreak

Dutch smoked salmon may be linked to Salmonella food poisoning illnesses in the United States. The Dutch company, Foppen, recalled the smoked salmon after reports of hundreds of Salmonella illnesses in the Netherlands and the United States. According to Foppen,…

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Beef E. coli Recall Involves Albertsons, Kroger, Safeway, Sam’s Club, Walmart and Others

Attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Team are investigating a recall of beef products that has been linked to outbreaks of E. coli O157:H7. The recalled beef was widely distributed to major retailers throughout the United States prior…

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NTSB Issues Factual Report on Train and Truck Crash in Nevada

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently released its factual report of the June 24, 2011, railroad crossing accident in Nevada involving a semi truck with two trailers and an Amtrak train that killed the truck driver, a train crew…

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Listeria Recall: Lawyers File Lawsuit against Whole Foods and Forever Cheese

March 3, 2017 Update: There is a listeriosis outbreak linked to Vulto Creamery raw milk cheese that was distributed to some Whole Foods Market stores. People in 4 states were sickened, and 2 of them died: Connecticut (1), Florida (1),…

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Costco Steak Linked to E. coli O157:H7 Infections

Attorney Fred Pritzker, who recently won $4,500,000 for an E. coli victim, is closely monitoring the outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 infections linked to Kirkland brand steak sold at Costco. Fred represents E. coli food poisoning victims throughout the United…

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Lawyers for Stryker Hip Metallic Poisoning Lawsuit in Twin Cities, St. Cloud, Rochester, MN

Attorneys Fred Pritzker and David Szerlag recently won over $40,000,000 for clients injured by an unsafe medical product. They are now representing many people in Minnesota who have metallic poisoning from Stryker hip replacement products. Many of our clients have…

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Kroger Ground Beef Recall Due to E. coli Risk in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri and Ohio

Attorney Fred Pritzker is leading our E. coli litigation team in an investigation of a Kroger ground beef recall due to possible contamination with E. coli O157:H7, which can cause colitis, hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP).…

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Pradaxa Lawsuit Lawyers for Minnesota Patients in the Twin Cities

After taking the blood thinner Pradaxa, a Minnesota woman experienced serious internal bleeding. Her attorney referred her case to our law firm because our attorneys have national experience with these kinds of cases. We have won millions for our clients,…

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Listeriosis Wrongful Death Cases in Linked to Cheese Sold at Whole Foods Market

Attorney Fred Pritzker, who recently won $3,000,000 for a family in a wrongful death case, is representing the family of a woman who died following a listeriosis illness linked to cheese sold at a Whole Foods Market store. If you…

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Sunland Almond Butter and Peanut Butter Recall Prompted by Salmonella Outbreak

Attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Team are investigating the Salmonella Bredeney outbreak linked to Trader Joe’s peanut butter. Contact Fred for a free Salmonella case review here. Sunland, Inc. has announced a recall of almond butter and…

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Trader Joe’s Peanut Butter Salmonella Cases

Our law firm has been contacted by possible victims of the Salmonella Bredeney outbreak linked to Trader Joe’s peanut butter. The CDC is reporting 29 confirmed cases of Salmonella infection (salmonellosis) in 18 states, but we expect that number to…