My Family Member Died from Listeriosis – Can I Sue for Wrongful Death?
Listeria food poisoning is preventable.
If food contaminated with Listeria killed your loved one, you may have the right to sue for wrongful death.
The criteria you will need to meet in order to have the legal right to sue:
- You are the spouse, or otherwise the “next of kin” of the person who died;
- The person who died was diagnosed with listeriosis;
- There is evidence connecting the Listeria poisoning to a food or beverage product.
Listeria monocytogenes is so dangerous because it easily moves from the intestines into the blood and other organs. It is fatal in about 25% of people who contract listeriosis.
The Pritzker Hageman food safety legal team has more experience with Listeria cases than any other attorneys in the country.
Listeria wrongful death cases are extremely complex and require attorneys who have the skill and experience to handle these types of cases.
Our successes include a landmark $6 Million settlement for listeriosis wrongful death.
Put our food safety lawyers to work for you.
Call, email or text us – it’s absolutely free – and we’ll quickly be able to tell you if you have a case and explain the process of working with a lawyer and making a claim.