Salmonella Lawyer – Louisiana and Texas Victims of Cheese Salmonella

Posted by & filed under ALL.

Salmonella Lawyer – Lousiana and Texas Victims of Salmonella from recalled cheese. The Salmonella Lawyer is prepared to help Louisiana and Texas victims of salmonella poisoning from cheese produced in Houston, Texas.  The Salmonella Lawyer – Lousiana and Houston at the Law Firm has learned that Stallings Head Cheese Co., Inc., a Houston cheese producer, has… Read more »

Salmonella

Posted by & filed under .

“Salmonella” is the second most common domestic foodborne illness.  Approximately 42,000 confirmed cases are reported per year, but by scientific estimates, which include unreported infections, the number of actual infections reaches more than one million. Infections result in roughly 20,000 hospitalizations and 400 deaths per year.  Symptoms of Salmonella food poisoning infection include diarrhea, fever… Read more »

Salmonella Recall for Mangoes

Posted by & filed under Salmonella.

The U.S. FDA has announced a recall of as many as 1 million mangoes that may carry salmonella bacteria.  These potentially contaminated mangoes are contained in a variety of products.  The Merman Law Firm is monitoring reports as they occur to provide the most up-to-the-minute information regarding this national recall.  Millions of consumers are potentially at… Read more »

CDC Updates Organic Shake Outbreak

Posted by & filed under Food Borne Illnesses, Salmonella.

On March 24, 2016, the CDC issued an update to the Salmonella Virchow outbreak associated with Garden of Life RAW Meal Organic Shakes. Since the last update more than a month ago, there have been 9 more cases of Salmonella poisoning reported. This brings the total number of illnesses to 27. Five of these cases… Read more »

Preventing Campylobacter – Legal Steps to Take After Exposure

Posted by & filed under ALL.

Prevention is key when it comes to avoiding Campylobacter infections. However, despite taking all necessary precautions, exposure to this foodborne bacterium can still occur. In such cases, knowing the legal steps to take can be crucial in seeking justice and compensation for any damages incurred as a result of the exposure. This blog post aims… Read more »

Pathogen Profiles – Legal Advice for Victims of Foodborne Illnesses

Posted by & filed under ALL.

You may not realize it, but every year millions of people fall victim to foodborne illnesses caused by various pathogens. In this blog post, we will discuss different types of pathogens commonly found in food, their symptoms, and the legal options available to victims seeking compensation for their suffering. By understanding the risks associated with… Read more »

The Safety and Legal Implications of a Cucumber Recall

Posted by & filed under ALL.

Most consumers are unaware of the potential safety hazards and legal ramifications that can arise from a simple food recall, such as the recent recall of cucumbers. In this blog post, we will investigate into the importance of understanding the safety concerns associated with contaminated produce and the legal implications that food recalls can have… Read more »

Ground Beef Recall – Identifying E. Coli Risks and Legal Remedies

Posted by & filed under ALL.

You have likely heard about the recent ground beef recall due to potential E. coli contamination, putting consumers at risk of serious illness. In this blog post, we will discuss how to identify the risks associated with E. coli in ground beef and the legal remedies available to those affected. Understanding the dangers and knowing… Read more »

E. Coli Outbreaks and the Legal Process for Affected Consumers

Posted by & filed under E. Coli.

Legal process surrounding E. coli outbreaks can be a daunting and complex experience for consumers who have been affected. In recent years, cases of E. coli contamination in food products have raised serious concerns about food safety and consumer protection. Understanding the steps involved in the legal process can help affected individuals navigate the challenges… Read more »