Missouri Food Poisoning Lawyers
Every year in the United States, approximately 76 million people experience some type of foodborne illness and 300,000 people have such severe cases they require hospitalization. Food poisoning and foodborne illnesses can cause serious health related problems, and in serious cases may result in death. If you have been the victim of a foodborne illness, please contact us to discuss your case with a skilled Missouri foodborne illness attorney.
There are strict health codes by which restaurant workers must abide to ensure that the food is is prepared in clean and sanity conditions, in order to prevent the occurrence of foodborne illnesses. If you have been to a restaurant or grocery store which has been unclean, or provided you with food which caused you to suffer from food poisoning or a foodborne illness, you should report the incident to the health department.
Foodborne illness has become a common occurrence throughout the U.S., as seen by the numerous reports of cruise ships full of people suffering from food poisoning, to the many food recalls as the result of tainted and dangerous products being sold to consumers. Listed below are just a few types of foodborne illnesses which people have been experiencing due to dangerous foods and unsanitary food preparation and storage practices:
- Mercury Poisoning
- E. Coli
- Hepatitis A
Bacteria, viruses, and parasites, are some of the causes of foodborne illnesses. There are many symptoms which could be signs of a foodborne illness, such as:
- Abdominal cramping
If you or a loved one has suffered from food poisoning or a foodborne illness, contact our accomplished legal team for a free case evaluation. I will be happy to discuss your Missouri food poisoning case with you and answer any questions you may have. The consultation is free. I can be reached 24 hours a day at (314) 322-8515 or 1-800-CAR-CRASH (1-800-227-2727). Call me personally and I will answer any questions or concerns. There is no fee unless you recover for the personal injuries you sustained. If you do not want to call or you can't call, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to speaking with you and helping you through these trying times.
Foodborne Illness in the News
- Castleberry's Food Co. canned meat recall expanded to more than 90 brands after botulism scare
- FDA warns consumers not to eat Veggie Booty Snack Food due to risk of Salmonella contamination
- FDA Warning on Mislabeled Monkfish - Fish Believed to be Puffer Fish; Contains Deadly Toxin
- Risks of tainted food rise as inspections drop
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