20 years spent litigating E. coli lawsuits produces quite a record of successes. The Schnuck’s E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce will soon be on the list as well. Read about the E. coli lawsuit against Schnuck’s and the unidentified manufacturers and distributors of the contaminated romaine lettuce (we are working on identifying them).

Here are the E. coli outbreaks in which Marler Clark is currently representing injured people and their families:

Here is a list of E. coli outbreaks past, in which we have successfully resolved the claims of many, including hundreds of people with hemolytic uremic syndrome, or HUS:

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Drew Falkenstein joined Marler Clark in January, 2004 and has concentrated his practice in representing victims of foodborne illness. He has litigated nationwide against some of the biggest food corporations in the world, including Dole, Kellogg’s, and McDonald’s.  He has worked on landmark…

Drew Falkenstein joined Marler Clark in January, 2004 and has concentrated his practice in representing victims of foodborne illness. He has litigated nationwide against some of the biggest food corporations in the world, including Dole, Kellogg’s, and McDonald’s.  He has worked on landmark cases that have helped shape food safety policy, HACCP protocol, and consumer rights, such as the E. coli outbreak in fresh spinach in 2006 and the 2008 Peanut Corporation of America outbreak of Salmonella. A frequent speaker for the not-for-profit organization Outbreak, Inc, Mr. Falkenstein travels the country to address public and environmental health organizations as well as food safety meetings and annual educational conferences.  He speaks on the intersection of law and public health, and addresses companies on how to prevent food borne illness outbreaks.