E. coli Litigation

A resource for E. coli Outbreak Legal Cases

Romaine Lettuce E. coli Outbreak Lawsuits

Thurston and Pierce counties of Washington State experienced an E. coli outbreak in May of 2008. Ten people were infected with E. coli O157:H7; all had recently eaten salads in local restaurants. The outbreak was traced to commercial, bagged romaine lettuce from the Salinas Valley, CA. The Salinas Valley was the epicenter of a nationwide E. coli spinach outbreak in 2006.

On August 20, 2008 Marler Clark filed an E. coli lawsuit on behalf of a student at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Parkland, Washington, who became seriously ill after taking all of her meals on campus. Marler Clark also represents a victim who developed http://www.about-hus.com/, or hemolytic uremic syndrome, as a result of consuming contaminated lettuce.

The firm resolved all E. coli claims against the lettuce producer.

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