Our food poisoning lawyers help people on food contamination cases that cause serious injury and death only. We do not handle food poisoning cases unless:
We specifically do not handle chipped teeth, burning mouths, bugs or insects in food (“disgust cases”), or psychological-only claims.
We do help individuals who are seriously injured with the following kinds of food poisoning cases:
Food products containing pathogens like viruses, parasites, or bacteria can cause serious illness to humans. Food-borne illness, sometimes referred to as “food poisoning”, is a common occurrence in the United States. As many as 76 million cases of food-borne illness are diagnosed each year. Of these 76 million cases, over 300,000 require hospitalization and approximately 5,000 result in death.
Food-borne illness is often the result of poor standards in food preparation or distribution by manufacturers, distributors, restaurants and grocery stores. Food-borne Illness Lawyers for those affected by food-borne illness must have an understanding of food preparation standards and distribution to successfully represent victims of these food-borne pathogens.
Food-borne illnesses usually results from:
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) routinely examines food products and issues warnings of possible contamination to manufacturers and preparers. Manufacturer and distributor negligence in relaying warnings to consumers, as well as improper processing, preparation and storage allows dangerous food to spread illness. These conditions lead to outbreaks of E. Coli, Hepatitis A, Listeria, Mercury Poisoning, Salmonella and Botulism.
Illness from contaminated and improperly prepared food leads to dangerous health conditions and can even cause death. Victims of food-borne illness can suffer from vomiting, incontinence, high fever and loss of energy and strength. People are entitled to food poisoning lawsuit settlements and civil remedies against negligent food manufacturers, distributors and sellers. If you or someone you know have been injured by food-borne illness, it is important you contact a contaminated food lawyer today. Our food safety attorneys can review the facts of your case and see if you can make a foodborne illness claim.
The following websites have additional information you may find helpful regarding food-borne illness:
*Courtesy of www.outbreakdatabase.com
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