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Tuna Sushi Food Poisoning Lawsuit Filed: Get Compensation

Yesterday, my law firm filed a lawsuit against Moon Marine USA Corporation on behalf of a victim of the Salmonella outbreak linked to tuna used for sushi rolls and similar products. I and my Salmonella litigation team are also representing…

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Ribeyes Steakhouse in Nashville, NC Possible Source of Salmonella Outbreak

A Salmonella outbreak in North Carolina may have been caused by food served at Ribeyes Steakhouse in Nashville, NC, according to the Nash County Health Department.  Dozens of people have been sickened. A food source has not been determined, but…

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Tempeh Recall in Asheville, NC Due to Salmonella Paratyphi B and Typhoid Fever Risk

Smiling Hara Tempeh of Asheville, North Carolina is voluntarily recalling 12-ounce packages of unpasteurized soybean tempeh because of possible contamination with Salmonella. Samples of the tempeh tested positive for Salmonella, and further testing found that it was Salmonella paratyphi B…

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Was a Restaurant in Buncombe County, NC Responsible for Salmonella Paratyphi B Outbreak?

The Salmonella paratyphi B outbreak sourced in Buncombe County, North Carolina, has sickened people in North Carolina, New York, South Carolina and Tennessee. The centralized nature of the outbreak suggests that a restaurant in Buncombe County could be responsible for…

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Sushi Tuna Food Poisoning: National Salmonella Lawyers for Lawsuit

[Update: Our law firm has filed a lawsuit against Moon Marine USA for Salmonella poisoning from scrape tuna used to make sushi rolls. In the best interests of our clients, we have not filed a class action lawsuit. We believe…

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Salmonella Food Poisoning from Tuna Sushi Cause of Outbreak

(Updated June 21, 2012) Food poisoning from contaminated raw tuna used in spicy tuna sushi, sashimi and similar products is the source of the Salmonella Bareilly outbreak that has sickened at least 116 people in 20 states and Washington DC.…

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Sushi Salmonella: Attorney for Lawsuits Involving Restaurants, Grocery Stores and Suppliers

[Update: We have filed a lawsuit against Moon Marine for money damages to cover medical expenses and compensate for pain and suffering. Every victim of this outbreak deserves compensation. Contact us for a free consultation about your Salmonella claim.] An…

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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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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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Ground Beef Recall Due to Salmonella Typhimurium Outbreak

Salmonella from ground beef? Contact our Lawyers for a Free Consultation A Scarborough, Maine-based grocery chain, recalled fresh ground beef products due to possible contamination with Salmonella Typhimurium.  14 people in Maine, New York, New Hampshire and Vermont have reported…