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Food Poisoning

Food Poisoning

Each year, millions of Americans become sick due to eating tainted food. While most food borne illness victims recover within a few days, some victims are more seriously affected. In the most tragic of cases, death occurs as the result of eating contaminated foods.

The most perilous types of food borne diseases include:

  • E.coli
  • Salmonella
  • Hepatitis A
  • Shigella
  • Listeria

As food production has become increasingly global and large in scale, food borne illness has become a real threat to society. Whether it is E.coli or Salmonella in tainted meat, fruits, vegetables, ice cream, or other foods, listeria in cantaloupe, or the human strain of mad cow disease, the public needs to be protected from harm.

Compassionate Representation For Victims

At Bishop Legal, we are compassionate, yet forceful and aggressive food borne illness attorneys for our clients. We pursue the maximum possible compensation for the injuries and damages sustained as the result of food contamination. We hold the wrongdoers accountable, which not only benefits our clients but the public at large.

While the government plays a role in providing rules and regulations in food production and food services these rules are not always followed or not sufficient to protect the public. At Bishop Legal, we help ensure that liable parties are held responsible for their negligence.

Symptoms of Food Poisoning

Some of the key symptoms of food borne illness may include:

  • Dehydration
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea and Vomiting
  • Headache

Help When You Need It Most

Our food poisoning attorneys are here to help seriously injured victims of food contamination. Please contact us to discuss your case or that of a loved one. We offer free consultations and we are committed to helping you receive justice.


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