Maryland E. coli Sam’s Club Lawsuits Likely Following Announcement

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    Maryland E. coli Sam’s Club Lawsuits Likely Following Announcement
    The implicated E., coli salad includes the Ready Pac Bistro Bowl Chicken Caesar Salad which has a lot No. 255406963 and a best-if-sold-by date of October the 31, 2019. Maryland health officials identified E. coli O157:H7, the most common form of Shiga-toxin-producing e. coli, in the romaine lettuce. © PixelRockstar.com

    Maryland E. coli Sam’s Club Lawsuits Likely Following Announcement

    Maryland E. coli Sam’s Club Lawsuits Likely Following Announcement
    According to Maryland health officials, at least one of the Sam’s E. coli Victims has been hospitalized. None have yet been confirmed to have acquired hemolytic uremic syndrome, a potentially deadly illness of the kidneys that occurs in a small percentage of e. coli victims. Other victims may yet be identified, however. © PixelRockstar.com

    The confirmation of at least seven E. coli victims of Sam’s prepackaged salads in Maryland is likely to lead to a series of Maryland E. coli Sam’s Club Lawsuits, says national e. coli lawyer Ron Simon who has prosecuted thousands of such cases.  “The simple truth is that when we eat food in the united States, there is an implicit warranty that the food is safe, free from harmful adulterants, and will not make us ill,” says Simon, “and in these E. coli lawsuits we seek to hold those  responsible for the damages to the victims accountable, in part to prevent this from happening again, and in part because the victims are entitled to be made whole after becoming sick from doing nothing other than purchasing and consuming a product they believed was safe.”

    The implicated E., coli salad includes the Ready Pac Bistro Bowl Chicken Caesar Salad which has a lot No. 255406963 and a best-if-sold-by date of October the 31, 2019.  Maryland health officials identified E. coli O157:H7, the most common form of Shiga-toxin-producing e. coli, in the romaine lettuce.

    According to Maryland health officials, at least one of the Sam’s E. coli Victims has been hospitalized.   None have yet been confirmed to have acquired hemolytic uremic syndrome, a potentially deadly illness of the kidneys that occurs in a small percentage of e. coli victims.  Other victims may yet be identified, however.

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