Food Poisoning at Restaurant
Two women went to eat at a chain restaurant, and they shared appetizers and ordered similar entrees. Both were sick the next morning, and while one recovered, the other’s condition became critical. She was hospitalized and tests confirmed a food-poisoning related bacteria that severely damaged her kidneys, eventually requiring a kidney transplant. Mark Clore was able to develop evidence from local regulatory sources that the restaurant had a history of employee-contamination of its food products, as well as to link the food type and bacteria with physician expert witnesses. The case against the restaurant chain resulted in a confidential settlement for the woman.
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