Today, the Marler Clark law firm received dozens of phone calls and email submissions inquiring about the class action lawsuit recently filed on Wednesday, August 17, 2011, against a Fayetteville, North Carolina Olive Garden. The lawsuit came after Cumberland County health officials discovered that an Olive Garden food service worker had tested positive for hepatitis

Today a class action lawsuit was filed in Cumberland County on behalf of those individuals who were required to receive a Hepatitis A after potentially being exposed to the virus while dining at a Fayetteville, North Carolina Olive Garden restaurant.

The Hepatitis A scare began when Cumberland County Health Department officials announced that anyone who

shot.bmpIn following the ongoing Hepatitis A scare in Fayetteville, North Carolina, we’ve learned today from reporter James Halpin of the Fayetteville Observer that “[c]ounty health officials have so far vaccinated roughly 2,000 people who may have been exposed to hepatitis A while dining at the Olive Garden.”

According to Halpin’s article:

Officials at the clinic