Food Poisoning in Texas
Protecting Victims of Food Poisoning
In Texas, food-borne illnesses are quite common. Bacteria can grow quickly in food that is not stored properly (especially in the summer heat!) or if the food was prepared in unsanitary conditions. Severe cases of food poisoning also can occur from eating food or drinking beverages contaminated from toxic chemicals, polluted water, or animal waste.
Some of the most common cases of food poisoning can be linked to contaminated fish, poultry, pork and beef, produce/vegetables, fruit, peanut butter, and even frozen foods that have been thawed and refrozen. If you got sick from food poisoning at a restaurant, store, or another commercial establishment in Texas, you have a right to seek justice and receive compensation for your injuries from that business.
Food poisoning cases can be difficult to prove, however, because the product is no longer available. It’s also hard to identify who the responsible party is for the contamination (was it the restaurant or the supplier?). That’s why it’s essential to contact an experienced premises or product liability/personal injury attorney, such as RTRLAW, to make sure you receive the maximum compensation possible for your liability claim.
RTRLAW’s knowledgeable, qualified premises or product liability and personal injury attorneys represent clients who got sick from food poisoning due to unsafe or unsanitary conditions or eating contaminated food or beverages at a restaurant, store, hotel, club, or commercial establishment.
Since our founding in 1988, RTRLAW has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients who were harmed due to the negligence of a person, product, or business.
These recoveries helped provide compensation to our clients for medical bills and lost wages, as well as non-economic damages, such as a reduced quality of life.
If you think you have food poisoning right now, seek medical treatment as appropriate. Then give RTRLAW a call immediately afterward at 1-833-HIRE-RTR.
You can meet with an attorney at our centrally located Texas office in Dallas.
Or we can come to you – at your home, place of business or even at the hospital or via video conference. We’re there for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
RTRLAW works on contingency, meaning we don’t get paid unless and until we win your case, and we fight hard to win.