With over 50 sickened by Salmonella-tainted Cantaloupe.
The Salmonella lawyers of Marler Clark have many years of experience working with clients on Salmonella lawsuits.
Salmonella is one of the most common intestinal infections in the United States. Salmonellosis (the disease caused by Salmonella) is the second most common foodborne illness.
Salmonella infection occurs when the bacteria are ingested, typically from food derived from infected food-animals, but it can also occur by ingesting the feces of an infected animal or person. Food sources include raw or undercooked eggs/egg products, raw milk or raw milk products, contaminated water, meat and meat products, and poultry. Raw fruits and vegetables contaminated during slicing have been implicated in several salmonella outbreaks. Since it’s fairly common, it’s important to know the signs of salmonella, so you know whether you have the condition or not. Watch out for fevers over 102 degrees, consistent diarrhea, and not being able to keep liquids down without vomiting. After you’re feeling better, contact the team at Marler Clark to start salmonella litigation.
The Marler Clark salmonella lawyers have unmatched experience representing victims of salmonella outbreaks. We have represented thousands of Salmonella victims and are the only lawyers in the nation with a practice focused exclusively on plaintiff foodborne illness litigation. Our salmonella lawyers are truly the best in the business, and we’re eager to help everyone who was infected, including those impacted by the salmonella onion outbreak.
Our salmonella lawyers have represented victims of notable salmonella outbreaks such as the 2004 Sheetz and Coronet Foods tomato salmonella outbreak, the 2009 PCA peanut salmonella outbreak, and the 2011 Cargill ground turkey antibiotic-resistant Salmonella outbreak. Contact us today to learn more about our services.