Marler Clark today filed a lawsuit against Wendy’s, the Dublin, Ohio-based restaurant chain whose North Ogden, Utah, restaurant was traced as the source of an E. coli O121:H19 outbreak in late June, 2006. Marler Clark filed the lawsuit on behalf of Weber County residents William and J. Corey Cohron and their two young sons. The complaint, which was filed in Weber County Superior Court, seeks compensation for the family’s significant medical-related expenses, economic losses, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. Todd Gardner, a partner in Bateman Goodwin & Gardner, is serving as local counsel on the case.

  • anonomous

    yeah i just recently got food poisoning from wendy’s! what is wrong with them?

  • Thomas

    Yeah, me and my girlfriend ate there about eight hours ago and now we’re both very ill. I called the Wendy’s that we ate at and i said that we have consumed their products and that we now have symptoms of food poisoning. I told the manager that i did not save me receipt and that i did not expect reimbursement, but she was very defensive and told me that before she would take me seriously i would have to go to the hospital to be diagnosed. Me and my girlfriend will not be eating Wendy’s, or maybe even fast-food anytime soon.