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Strawberries Recalled for Hepatitis A Sold to Schools, Restaurants

The FDA released a startling article about the imported Egyptian strawberries that were recalled for hepatitis A contamination after the Tropical Smoothie Cafe outbreak this summer. The strawberries were sold to schools, restaurants, and institutions around the country, and may…

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Frozen Strawberries Recalled in Connection to Hepatitis A Outbreak

A notice about the recall of frozen strawberries in connection to a hepatitis A outbreak investigation has been posted to the FDA web site. International Agricultural Production & Processing (ICAPP) is voluntarily recalling certain lots of its frozen strawberries that…

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Tropical Smoothie Hepatitis A Outbreak Includes 130 Sick

The hepatitis A outbreak associated with Tropical Smoothie Cafes in Virginia has grown to include at least 105 people. The Virginia Department of Health updates their numbers every day. As of September 28, 2016 there are 105 people in Virginia who…

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Can I Sue Tropical Smoothie Cafe for Hepatitis A?

You may have the right to sue Tropical Smoothie Café for food poisoning from hepatitis A if your illness can be linked to the restaurant. For answers to some of your questions, read “Can I Sue a Restaurant for Food…

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Tropical Smoothie Hepatitis A Lawsuit

Our law firm is investigating a lawsuit against Tropical Smoothie Cafe for people who are part of the hepatitis A outbreak linked to frozen strawberries. The company imported these strawberries from Egypt. Attorneys Ryan Osterholm and Brendan Flaherty are representing a number…

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44 Sick in Virginia Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked to Tropical Smoothie Cafe

Update June, 2017: You may still have time to sue Tropical Smoothie Cafe, the importer of the Egyptian strawberries and others. Attorneys Brendan Flaherty and Ryan Osterholm filed a lawsuit. Contact them at 1-888-377-8900 (toll free) or use our online…

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Tropical Smoothie Cafe Linked to Hepatitis A Outbreak in VA

Our law firm is conducting a lawsuit investigation involving a hepatitis A outbreak linked to Tropical Smoothie Cafe restaurants in Virginia and other states. “Genetic testing shows the illnesses were caused by a strain of hepatitis A that has been…

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Genki Sushi Restaurants a Possible Source of Hepatitis A Outbreak

Genki Sushi restaurants are a possible source of the hepatitis A outbreak in Hawaii that has sickened over 160 people. Restaurants on Oahu and Kauai have been temporarily closed on order from the State of Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH).…

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Employee of Baskin-Robbins in Waipahu Diagnosed with Hepatitis A

The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) is investigating a confirmed case of hepatitis A in a food service employee at the ice cream specialty store, Baskin-Robbins, located at the Waikele Center in Waipahu. The department is advising persons who…

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Hepatitis A Infections a Risk for Group Home Residents

People who live in group homes are at greater risk of contracting Hepatitis A, a virus that can cause liver failure and is sometimes fatal, according to the CDC. Because if this, the CDC recommends they get Hepatitis A vaccinations.…

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Lawyers Teach Food Lawsuit Seminar

This week, attorneys Brendan Flaherty and Ryan Osterholm taught a  Minnesota State Bar Association seminar, Personal Injury Series: The Basics of Handling a Foodborne Illness Case.  Brendan and Ryan represent victims of food poisoning nationwide. Currently, they are representing clients…

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CDC Final Report on Berry Hepatitis A Outbreak in AZ, CA, CO

The CDC issued its final report on the hepatitis A outbreak linked to Townsend Farms berries sold at certain Costco stores. 162 people in 10 states were sickened: Arizona (23), California (79), Colorado (28), Hawaii (8), New Hampshire (1), New…