Food Poisoning Lawyers serving south jersey
Food Poisoning Cases In Atlantic City and
A commercial provider of food represents or “warrants” that the food provided is reasonably fit for human consumption. If that food is identified as the source of one’s illness, there is the potential for a claim against the seller, whether it be a restaurant, manufacturer, or any other vendor.
The main issue that must be proven, complete with medical documentation, is that the illness was in fact caused by the bad food. Information critical to a Food Poisoning claim includes:
- The relationship in time and documentation of symptoms following consumption of tainted food;
- An accurate history of other food consumed in the pertinent time frame;
- Documentation outlining the length of symptoms, treatment, and problems:
We believe you deserve to feel safe when consuming food from a reputable vendor. If you fall ill as a result of a foodborne illness (I.e. E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, etc.), you should (1) make a report, (2) get medical attention and (3) contact HYBERG, WHITE & MANN for experienced and reliable legal advice.
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