Product manufacturers, builders, landlords, employers, restaurants, food manufacturers, growers, distributors, and handlers all have a legal obligation to take all reasonable measures to protect consumers against the dangers of lead, gas and other forms of poisoning, including food poisoning. The dedicated Salt Lake City carbon monoxide and food poisoning lawyers at our firm are experienced in investigating and pursuing cases of lead poisoning, carbon monoxide poisoning, food poisoning, and other cases of preventable toxic exposure.
Please contact us to discuss legal options if you or a family member has suffered chemical exposure or harmful food poisoning due to someone else’s negligence. Our lawyers have obtained large verdicts and settlements across a broad spectrum of personal injury and wrongful death claims, and we are here to help people throughout Utah learn the truth and recover damages that can help them move forward toward personal recovery and a more secure future.
It is possible to assert your rights and interests at this difficult time. Contact us today to request a free case evaluation.
Your Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Claim
Not every case of carbon monoxide poisoning calls for legal action. However, there are a number of different circumstances in which negligence contributes to this type of poisoning and legal action is necessary to recover financial restitution for the victims.
Legal action may be absolutely appropriate and winnable in matters of:
- A landlord’s failure to address the dangers of lead poisoning from old, peeling paint or obvious risks created by gas leaks and other failures to properly maintain rental properties
- Product liability lawsuits when defective heating systems, space heaters, water heaters, boat engines, generators or other consumer and industrial products cause fire, carbon monoxide or any other form of gas poisoning
- Other forms of poisoning—including E. coli or salmonella food poisoning due to failures in food processing and handling
At Eisenberg, Cutt, Kendell & Olson, we take pride in being one of the most resourceful and well-financed law firms in Utah, prepared to obtain maximum compensation whether the opponent is a large manufacturer or industrial company, a property management company, or any other powerful entity.
The Dangers of Food Poisoning
Foodborne illnesses have generated banner headlines in the media. From spinach to peanuts, seemingly harmless and popular food items can become dangerous and deadly when shortcuts are taken, regulations are ignored, inspections are disregarded, and/or protocols are not followed. Such negligence creates a deadly recipe for disaster.
Many times, a food poisoning claim involves more than one company and the injuries are anything but minor. When companies are negligent in the way they grow, harvest, manufacture, package, distribute, prepare, and/or serve food products to the public, it can result in the food being contaminated with E. Coli, Listeria, or Salmonella to name a few. These contaminants are deadly and can dramatically affect your health or even end your life or the life of a loved one.
Common symptoms of food poisoning include:
- Bloody or watery diarrhea
- Abdominal cramps and pain
Call (801) 845-9866
At Eisenberg, Cutt, Kendell & Olson Attorneys at Law, we take on complex food poisoning cases where victims sustain serious or catastrophic injury, such as severe digestive problems or kidney failure. Handling food poisoning cases requires us to face off against large, high-profile companies in the food and restaurant industries. As a preeminent personal injury law firm, we have the experience and resources necessary to take a food poisoning claim to trial. Our food poisoning attorneys in Salt Lake City are prepared to go the distance necessary to help obtain the optimum resolution for our clients.
Contact us at (801) 845-9866 or send us an e-mail to arrange for a free consultation. A Salt Lake City carbon monoxide and food poisoning lawyer at our firm can explain your rights.