Salmonella Legal Cases

The Salmonella attorneys of Marler Clark, the nation’s leading law firm dedicated to representing victims of foodborne illness outbreaks, have filed a Salmonella lawsuit on behalf of a Rochester, New York man who was made ill after consuming Turkish pine nuts imported by Delaware-based American Pistachio Corp. The law firm is working in conjunction with

A total of 129 persons infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Heidelberg have been reported from 34 states.

Collaborative investigative efforts of state, local, and federal public health and regulatory agencies indicate that ground turkey is the likely source of this outbreak.

Contaminated ground turkey is being recalled from grocery stores but may still

Seven people in Oregon and Washington became ill with Salmonella in January after eating the Sprouter’s Northwest clover sprouts. The company subsequently recalled all its sprouts. A few days ago the FDA released 483 Inspection Report of the Sprouter’s Northwest facility.

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The family of Shirley Almer, one of nine people who died after consuming products made with Salmonella-contaminated peanuts produced by Peanut Corporation of America, filed a lawsuit against Kanan Enterprises of Solon, Ohio, maker of King Nut peanut butter, last week. The lawsuit, which was filed by Almer’s son, Jeffrey Almer and his attorneys at