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Attorney William Marler says he is not surprised that a 124-person Salmonella outbreak has been traced to raw chicken products based on his own retail chicken testing results. Seattle,
A class action lawsuit alleging patrons of the Golden Corral restaurant in Casper, Wyoming became ill with norovirus after eating at the restaurant was filed Friday in Federal District Court in
3rd Lawsuit filed by Marler Clark and Underberg & Kessler alleges mother- and daughter-in-law became ill with E.
A lawsuit alleging a 4-year-old Massachusetts boy became ill with a Salmonella infection after eating peanut butter was filed Thursday against Sunland and Trader Joe's, Worcester,
E. coli lawyers at Marler Clark, the nation's leading law firm representing victims of foodborne illness, have filed a lawsuit on behalf of St. Louis woman who allegedly contracted E.
Salmonella attorneys at Marler Clark have filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman and her daughter who were made ill in a Salmonella outbreak linked to pine nuts. Rochester,
Food safety experts and Salmonella attorneys at Marler Clark are calling on the maker of MealMart kosher chicken liver products, to pay the medical bills for victims of what CIDRAP has called
The CDC said in its latest bulletin that the number of deaths linked to Colorado-grown cantaloupes tainted with listeria has risen to 29 and 139 people infected across 28 states.
Marler Clark Listeria lawyers have filed a lawsuit on behalf of a 92 year old Kansas City man hospitalized after consuming cantaloupe produced by Jensen Farms. Kansas
Food poisoning attorney and food safety expert William Marler is calling on Congress to open investigations into the multi-state Listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupe produced by Colorado-based
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