It’s called Listeriosis, a life-threatening infection caused by eating food contaminated by the germ Listeria monocytogenes.
If you or someone you love was sickened by this disease, you know how awful it can be. 16% of Listeriosis patients die and over 90% require hospitalization, often in the intensive care unit. Pregnant women are 10 times more likely than other people to get a Listeria infection. Newborns, young children, adults over 65 and people with weakened immune systems are also at higher risk for this disease. Many Listeria victims have physical and emotional problems for the rest of their lives.
We’re lawyers representing people and families harmed by Listeriosis.
In fact, we have more experience handling Listeria infection cases than any other law firm in the United States.
You’ve never been through something like this before. You need to know if you have a case and what to expect if you decide to go forward with a claim. We can help. 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.
You also have a lot of bills from this ordeal and you’re worried about whether you’ll have enough money to protect your future. We understand. We’ve helped thousands of people harmed by foodborne illness and have a tremendous record of success winning Listeria cases.
You need a lawyer who cares about you as human being.
With empathy, understanding and a willingness to listen, we guide you through the confusion and uncertainty you’re experiencing. It’s the most rewarding part of what we do: helping people successfully move on with their lives.
There is no substitute for intelligence and experience with cases just like yours.
That’s why we’ve been able to collect hundreds of millions of dollars for victims of foodborne illness, including some of the biggest Listeria recoveries in American history. That’s also why we’re asked to speak about foodborne illness litigation at leading universities including Harvard and Cornell, quoted in leading newspapers including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal and appear in television news programs pertaining to Listeria and other foodborne pathogens.
Our first Listeria case was over twenty years ago.
It involved one of the earliest recorded nation-wide Listeriosis outbreaks. At least 50 people in 24 states were sickened. Since then, we’ve represented people in virtually every Listeria outbreak in the country.