As the Associated Press reported yesterday, I filed my lawsuit against Crossroads Farm Petting Zoo Friday on behalf of my clients whose young children got HUS from E. coli contamination at the North Carolina State Fair. Some of these families have more than $100,000 in medical bills, so this won’t be a cheap lawsuit. Not
Another news article on my two most recent Chi-Chi’s lawsuits, on behalf of Bennie Martino and Angelo Palitti.
Chris Osher of the Tribune-Review reports:
The lawsuits, both filed by Seattle lawyer William Marler, allege that the method Chi-Chi’s used to store green onions, which health officials have identified as the likely culprits, essentially created “hepatitis
Lawsuits against Chi-Chi’s Mexican Restaurant, the center of a major hepatitis A outbreak last year, continue to trickle in.
As KDKA.com reported:
Two more federal lawsuits were filed this week against the chain for making what one attorney calls “hepatitis soup.”
Bennie Martino, of Monaca, and Angelo Palitti, of Aliquippa, say they too were sickened
Christopher Snowbeck of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette did a story yesterday about my clients Richard and Linda Miller, two of the 660 people sickened with hepatitis A in last year’s Chi Chi’s outbreak. Snowbeck’s article Hepatitis still hurts reports:
Tomorrow marks the single day on which the greatest number of outbreak patients — more than 50
Pennsylvania health officials reported Tuesday that there are at least 300 confirmed cases of hepatitis A linked to the Beaver County Chi Chi’s outbreak. Not all were from the Pittsburgh area. Other confirmed cases were from Ohio (31), West Virginia (8), Florida (1), and South Carolina (1).
So far, the outbreak has claimed one life…