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Campylobacter Found in Raw Milk

If you or a loved one is sickened by Campylobacter bacteria in raw milk, you may have a lawsuit against the dairy that produced the milk and/or a grocery store that sold it. Our law firm has won settlements for…

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Taco Bell Salmonella Outbreak in Oklahoma, Texas and Other States

This post on the Taco Bell outbreak below was written in 2012. If you think you contracted a Salmonella infection (salmonellosis) or another form of food poisoning after eating at a Taco Bell restaurant, you can contact our law firm…

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Ground Beef Salmonella Outbreak: Final Report from the CDC

Ground beef sold at stores in several states was linked to an outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium in December, 2011. This week the CDC issued its final report on the outbreak: A total of 20 persons infected with the outbreak strain…

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Campylobacter Outbreak Associated with Raw Milk

Another campylobacteriosis outbreak has been associated with raw milk.  To date, there have been 20 confirmed cases of campylobacteriosis (Campylobacter infection). Case patients include16 residents of Pennsylvania and 4 residents of Maryland. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is testing raw…

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Store Implicated in Campylobacter Outbreak

If a retail store is implicated in a Campylobacter outbreak, anyone sickened may have a lawsuit against that business. This means they can sue the company for compensation. Campylobacter is a dangerous pathogen that can cause heart attacks and permanent…

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New FMCSA Rule: Bus and Truck Drivers and Heroin, LSD and Other Drugs

Thankfully, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has recently finalized a rule that clears up an ambiguity that appeared to allow semi truck, bus and other commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers to use Schedule I drugs (heroin, LSD, etc.)…

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When Defects in Automobile Electronics Systems Cause Accidents

Automobile electronics systems are becoming more complex and interconnected, making it more difficult to pinpoint specific defects in design that may lead to accidents. Legally, this means that accident victims will need to find auto accident attorneys with significant product…

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Can a semi truck driver be held responsible for an accident on icy roads?

Yes, just as with any accident involving a semi truck, the truck driver can be held responsible any time he or she was at fault, even in part, for an accident. Semi truck drivers are required to drive for the…

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New Medical Certification Requirements for Bus and Truck Drivers

Medical conditions of big rig and bus drivers have become a significant factor in many accidents resulting in personal injury and wrongful death. For this reason, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is now requiring certain bus and semi-trailer…

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Attorney Fred Pritzker Scheduled to Debate Raw Milk at Harvard

Attorney Fred Pritzker has been invited to participate in a raw milk debate sponsored by Harvard Law School’s Food Law Society. Fred and Dr. Heidi Kassenborg, Director of the Dairy & Food Inspection Division, Minnesota Department of Agriculture will be…

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Salmonella Outbreak Associated with Mexican Restaurant Chain Sickens 68, Texas and Oklahoma Hardest Hit

The investigation of a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis infections found an association with eating food from a Mexican-style fast food restaurant chain (referred to as “Restaurant Chain A” by the CDC). Investigators were not able to identify a food…

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Reports of Serious Disability and Death by Minnesota Hospitals between October 7, 2010, and October 6, 2011

Minnesota hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers and community behavioral health hospitals must report certain serious adverse health events to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). In 2011, the eighth year of reporting, the total number of events reported under the law…