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Food Poisoning Lawyers USA - Recent Legal Articles
- Choosing a Day-Care Center for Your Child
Making the right choice of placing your child in someone else's care can always be a difficult decision. In fact, there are many important factors to take into consideration when planning to choose a day care center for your child.
- How to Deal with Foorne Illness and Infection
Listeria, salmonella, vibrio, and campylobacter are some of the main pathogens that cause foorne infections and illnesses in our country. The University of Massachusetts recently completed a five-year study of Salmonella to identify ways to prevent and detect foorne illness bacteria that has been making millions throughout our country seriously ill.
- Cantaloupe Listeria Outbreak Takes the Lives of 29
A nationwide listeria outbreak in contaminated cantaloupe has gripped the country. Claiming 29 lives, the cantaloupe listeria outbreak is among the deadliest food poisoning outbreaks since 1924.¬ Thousands of pounds of Jensen Farms and Carolís Cuts cantaloupes have been recalled due to concerns about listeria contamination.
- What You Need to Know about Lead Based Paint in Your Home
If you live in Oregon, you need to know that lead-based paint was used in many older houses and can still negatively affect the health of those living in older houses, especially children. If you notice signs of lead-based paint poisoning in your child, take immediate action. From ancient times, it has been known that contact with lead can pose serious health risks, yet civilization has found countless uses for this toxic substance.
- The Basics of Food Poisoning
Food poisoning affects thousands each year. Many cases go unreported, often resolving on their own. While others can cause serious damage to those they infect. When you decide to eat out, rather than making dinner at home you are doing so with the belief that a restaurant has taken care in the meals they prepare. This includes using the required sanitary techniques, properly storing and preparing food and ensuring nothing has passed its expiration date.
- Child Suffers Fatal Allergic Reaction after Eating Contaminated Take-Out Food
The family of a seventh grade girl at a Chicago Public School has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Chinese restaurant that catered an end of year school party. The lawsuit alleges that the restaurant failed to adhere to strict warnings provided by the girl's teachers regarding here severe food allergies to peanut products.
- Which Parties Could be Held Responsible for Listeria-Tainted Cantaloupes?
A listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupes has affected people throughout the United States and spread to California. California has long provided broad protections to consumers who have suffered the personally injurious consequences of food borne illness, but the new case raises interesting questions concerning which parties could be held responsible for the outbreak, explains an attorney.
- What to do after Suffering from a Foodborne Illness
Approximately 48 million Americans suffer from various types of foodborne illnesses every year, reports the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Foodborne illnesses are caused by eating food or drinking water that is contaminated with a disease-causing bacteria or virus.
- Food Poisoning - Understanding Class Action Claims
A class action lawsuit is the typical manner in which compensation for damages resulting from large-scale food poisoning can be pursued. However, some issues related to foodborne illness can make this route of pursuing compensation problematic.
- Summer Food Safety Tips
It is a known fact that cases of "food poisoning" or food-borne illnesses rise in the summer months, mostly due to warmer temperatures, a rise in humidity and the fact that people get together for picnics and barbecues, where washing facilities are not readily available.