Food Poisoning - food poisoning lawsuit
Food Poisoning Lawsuit
Our Recent Cases/ Lawsuits
Located in Central New Jersey, the Law Offices of Eric H. Weinberg have been obtaining justice for injured clients for well over two decades. In lawsuits involving catastrophic injury and death, the firm has obtained recoveries in excess of $700 million dollars for the benefit of clients over the past decade:
If you or a family member has suffered from food poisoning,
and you have a question about your legal rights,you can request a free case evaluation from our firm by clicking on Free Case Evaluation.
$640,000,000   Blood Product Class Action Settlement
$  22,250,000   Food and Drug Lawsuit
$  18,350,000   Food and Drug Lawsuit
$  14,200,000   Food and Drug Lawsuit
$    8,400,000   Motor Vehicle Accident with Quadriplegia
$    2,100,000   Food and Drug Lawsuit
$    2,000,000   Food and Drug Lawsuit
$    1,900,000   Diving Accident with Quadriplegia
$    1,740,000   Motor Vehicle Accident -- Pedestrian
$    1,600,000   Diving Accident with Quadriplegia
$    1,150,000   Food and Drug Lawsuit
$       750,000   Construction Site Accident
$       619,000   Commercial Dispute
$       550,000   Defective Medical Device
$       450,000   Truck Accident Workplace
$       350,000   Medical Malpractice
$       300,000   School Failure to Supervise
$       180,000   ATV Accident
$       125,000   Motor Vehicle with Liquor Liability   

This information should not create an unjustified expectation that similar results can be obtained for others without regard to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each.
If you or a family member has suffered from food poisoning, and you have a question about filing food poisoning lawsuit, you can request a free case evaluation from our firm by clicking on free case evaluation. You may also contact us toll free at 1-877-934-6274.
In the News
December 11, 2006: Number of E. coli Cases Related to Taco Bell Still Growing
With approximately 63 cases of E. coli O157:H7 reported in six states since the outbreak linked to Taco Bell was first uncovered in South Plainfield, New Jersey, Central New Jersey attorney, Eric H. Weinberg noted the importance, for consumers, of keeping abreast of food poisoning news…
December 5, 2006: E. coli Cases in NJ at 25, While NY Is Also Hit
At least 25 cases of E. coli infection have been identified in NJ with links to several Taco Bell restaurants in the central portion of the state. In addition, over a dozen cases have been reported on Long Island in NY…
December 5, 2006: Over 80% of Chicken Tested by Consumer Reports Magazine Found to Contain Bacteria
After testing 525 fresh whole broilers, Consumer Reports found that only 17% were not contaminated with Salmonella or Campylobacter, bacteria that can cause food poisoning…