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April 14, 2022

Common Places Norovirus Outbreaks Tend to Occur

Common settings for norovirus outbreaks include restaurants and events with catered meals, nursing homes, schools, vacation settings or cruise ships, Shellfish (oysters, clams, mussels) pose the greatest risk and any serving may be contaminated with norovirus. …

February 12, 2020

El Toro Norovirus Outbreak - Washington (2018)

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department was initially notified of a potential norovirus outbreak on January 4, 2018 when two people reported norovirus-like symptoms after eating at El Toro Restaurant located at 5716 N 26th Street in Tacoma, Washington. By January 8, four more people had reported similar symptoms after eating at …

February 08, 2013

Golden Corral Norovirus Outbreak - Wyoming (2012)

Marler Clark represents victims of a 2012 norovirus outbreak traced to the Casper, Wyoming Golden Corral in a lawsuit against the restaurant. The firm is working with The Ochs Law Firm of Casper, Wyoming. Together, the firms have filed a class action lawsuit against the restaurant. …

April 03, 2008

Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel Norovirus Outbreak Litigation - California (2002)

Los Angeles County health officials traced the source of a Norovirus outbreak that hit the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Scientific and Technical Awards in 2002. At least 550 guests at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles became ill with Norovirus infections after consuming foods catered …

April 01, 2008

Si Casa Flores Norovirus Outbreak Lawsuits - Oregon (2005)

In 2005, at least 30 people who had eaten at the Si Casa Flores restaurant in Grants Pass, Oregon, became ill with norovirus. The Josephine County Health Department investigated the outbreak and determined that improper sanitation could have contributed to the outbreak. Marler Clark represented seven people who became ill …

March 31, 2008

Carrabba’s Norovirus Outbreak Lawsuit - Michigan (2006)

Marler Clark represented several people who became ill with norovirus after eating at a Carrabba's Italian Restaurant in Lansing, Michigan, in 2006. During its investigation, the Barry-Eaton Heath District identified over 400 people who were part of the outbreak traced to Carrabba's. …

March 31, 2008

Bravo! Cucina Italiana Norovirus Outbreak Lawsuits - Michigan (2006)

Marler Clark represented several individuals in claims against the Bravo! Cucina Italiana restaurant after a norovirus outbreak at the restaurant's Lansing, Michigan, location was the source of an outbreak. Illness was reported among residents of eight states and one Canadian province. …

March 31, 2008

Blimpie’s Subs Norovirus Outbreak Litigation- Michigan (2005)

In 2005 a large norovirus outbreak was traced to a Blimpie's restaurant in Kent County, Michigan. Groups of people who attended functions catered by Blimpie's became ill with norovirus, and Kent County Health Department investigators determined that an ill food worker had likely contaminated food at the restaurant before it …

May 15, 2006

Victim of Bravo norovirus outbreak files suit

Marler Clark filed a lawsuit on behalf of an Ingham County, Michigan, woman who was one of at least 360 people sickened as part of a foodborne illness outbreak that was traced to the Bravo Italian Cucina in Lansing, Michigan in early May, 2006. …

April 07, 2006

Two Vancouver residents dead after Norovirus outbreak at retirement center

A norovirus outbreak at a retirement center in Vancouver, Washington, sickened over 40 people, and left two people dead. The Norovirus causes severe gastrointestinal symptoms, and is especially dangerous for the elderly. …

June 26, 2005

Norovirus lawsuit filed against Blimpie's

Marler Clark filed a lawsuit against the Grand Rapids, Michigan, Blimpie’s Restaurant that was the source of a Norovirus outbreak in early May, 2005. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a Grand Rapids resident who became ill with Norovirus after eating sub sandwiches purchased at the Blimpie’s Restaurant located …

January 31, 2005

Grants Pass restaurant sued over Norovirus outbreak

Marler Clark filed a lawsuit against Si Casa Flores, the Grants Pass restaurant linked to a Norovirus outbreak during the first week of January, 2005. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of two Grants Pass men in Josephine County Circuit Court. …

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