As of September 18, 2015, Marler Clark has filed the seventh and eighth lawsuit against Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce, Inc., a corporation based in San Diego, CA.
- We are representing Utah residents Meghann and Jesse Mills, on behalf of their 5-year-old child, C.M., after he fell extremely ill after consuming a contaminated cucumber that was manufactured and distributed by Andrew & Williamson. The case number is 2:15-cv-00675-RJS and Maricopa County resident William Levy, after he fell extremely ill after consuming a contaminated cucumber that was manufactured and distributed by Andrew & Williamson. The case number is 2:21-cv-01858-DJH.
Marler Clark also filed the first lawsuit in Minneapolis last week and the second and third lawsuits in Arizona. Monday we filed lawsuits in California and Texas. Thursday we filed another in Arizona.
As of September 15, 2015, a total of 418 illnesses from Salmonella Poona have been reported from 31 states. The victims of the outbreak include: Alaska (10), Arizona (72), Arkansas (6), California (89), Colorado (16), Hawaii (1), Idaho (14), Illinois (6), Indiana (2), Kansas (1), Kentucky (1), Louisiana (4), Minnesota (20), Missouri (8), Montana (13), Nebraska (2), Nevada (9), New Mexico (22), New York (4), North Dakota (2), Ohio (2), Oklahoma (10), Oregon (8), Pennsylvania (2), South Carolina (8), Texas (20), Utah (37), Virginia (1), Washington (15), Wisconsin (9), and Wyoming (4).
So far, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that about 31% of these victims have been hospitalized, and two deaths have been reported from California (1) and Texas (1).