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October 08, 2008

Melamine contamination - Milk and more - Nationwide (2008)

In September, 2008 Chinese infant milk formula was contaminated with Melamine. At least 55,000 (official count) to as many as 94,000 (Reuters) children were sickened, four died, and Chinese food products were pulled worldwide. Melamine was found in candy, chocolate, soda, and even on vegetables. Bill Marler was in China …

September 20, 2008

Forest Ranch Fire Department Fundraiser E. coli Outbreak Lawsuits

On September 6, 2008, 300-400 people attended a fund raiser for the volunteer fire department of Forest Ranch, CA. By September 24, twenty four of the people who ate at the BBQ fundraiser had tested positive for E. coli O157:H7, including a 6-year-old girl who was airlifted to UC Davis …

August 12, 2008

Chipotle Grill Hepatitis A Outbreak

A 2008 HAV outbreak was linked to a San Diego-area Chipotle restaurant …

August 07, 2008

S & S Foods - Goshen Boy Scout Camp E. coli Outbreak Lawsuit

An outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 in July and August, 2008 at a Boy Scout camp in Goshen Virginia was traced to tainted hamburger meat. More than 84 people who attended the camp between July 20 and August 2 were infected; at least 8 were hospitalized. Investigations found that hamburger …

August 01, 2008

California Romaine Lettuce E. coli Outbreak Lawsuit

In May 2008 ten people became ill with E. coli infections after eating romaine lettuce in restaurants and cafeterias in Thurston and Pierce counties of Washington State. The E. coli outbreak was traced to commercial, bagged romaine lettuce from Salinas Valley, CA. One of the victims was a student at …

August 01, 2008

Wal-Mart and Frontera Produce Jalapeno Pepper Salmonella Outbreak Lawsuit

More than 1400 people in 43 states, the District of Columbia, and Canada were part of a Salmonella Saintpaul outbreak traced to Mexican-grown jalapeno and Serrano peppers in 2008. Marler Clark filed a lawsuit on behalf of multiple people who were sickened in the outbreak. All Salmonella claims related to …

June 30, 2008

Nebraska Beef E coli Lawsuits (2008)

Marler Clark’s E. coli lawyers represent over a dozen individuals in claims against Nebraska Beef that stem from a 2008 E. coli outbreak. Nebraska Beef recalled millions of pounds of meat products that had been distributed to restaurants and retail outlets in the summer of 2008 after ground beef made …

May 06, 2008

Chipotle Grill Hepatitis A Outbreak Lawsuits

In late April 2008, San Diego County health officials announced that a number of Hepatitis A infections had been traced to a Chipotle Grill restaurant located at 8005 Fletcher Parkway in La Mesa (near San Diego, CA). Officials advised customers who had eaten at the restaurant between March 1 and …

April 02, 2008

Robeson School E. coli Outbreak Lawsuits

Marler Clark represented 34 children who became ill with E. coli infections after consuming homemade butter served to students during a classroom demonstration at Prospect Elementary School in Robeson County, North Carolina, in the fall of 2001. …

April 02, 2008

Golden Corral E. coli Outbreak Lawsuits

In 1999, a Golden Corral restaurant in central Nebraska was the source of an E. coli outbreak that sickened nearly 80 people. The outbreak was linked to contaminated lettuce served at the restaurant. Marler Clark represented victims of the E. coli outbreak in claims against Golden Corral. …

April 02, 2008

Abbott Cheese Listeria Litigation - British Columbia (2002)

Marler Clark represented a woman who became ill with Listeriosis and suffered a miscarriage after consuming Listeria-contaminated cheese while on vacation in Victoria, British Columbia. The lawsuit was resolved. …

April 02, 2008

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services: O'Connor v. DSHS (1999)

Denis Stearns represented Kathleen O’Connor in litigation against the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services after a state worker sexually assaulted her son. DSHS had denied access to public records, saying the act was not a tool to be used during pretrial discovery against the state. Stearns took …

April 02, 2008

Washington State Penitentiary Campylobacter Litigation - Washington (2002)

More than 100 inmates at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla, Washington, were infected with campylobacter jejuni blamed on poor food-handling in the prison kitchen. Health officials traced the infection to a leaky drain pipe contaminated with pigeon feces and leaking into the salad preparation area. …

April 02, 2008

Union Pacific Railroad Auto Accident Litigation - Washington (2001)

Marler Clark represented a Seatle-area woman whose legs and knees were broken when a crane fell on top of the pickup she was driving. The woman suffered life-long injuries; her claim was resolved for $1,000,000. …

April 02, 2008

State of Washington: Iseli and Neer v. Dodd and the State of Washington (1989)

Bill Marler filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the State of Washington, Asotin County, and Westley Allan Dodd on behalf of the parents of three young boys slain by Dodd in Clark County, Washington, in 1989. The lawsuit alleged that Dodd would have been in prison if it had not …

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