FOOD POISONING LAWYERS
When you dig into a highly-anticipated meal, you expect not only that it will taste delicious, but also that you’ll feel perfectly fine after you finish eating. Sometimes, however, negligence in meal preparation, retail, or agriculture sparks symptoms of nausea, vomiting, or worse.
Foodborne illness causes considerable suffering, but far too few people think to hold responsible parties accountable. Ample opportunities exist for contamination, making it that much more difficult for you to secure the compensation you deserve if you fall ill. Hence, the value of working with a skilled food poisoning lawyer. With the attorneys of Morgan & Morgan on your side, you can obtain much-needed damages while also delivering justice.
Why Should I Contact a Food Poisoning Lawyer?
Food poisoning cases are uniquely complex in that the origins of the contamination can be difficult to determine. Your food poisoning lawyer can play a key role in determining which businesses or individuals are culpable — and ensuring that these responsible parties are brought to justice. Food poisoning attorneys assist those who have suffered food poisoning due to:
It all begins with a case consultation where your lawyer examines the specifics of your situation to determine if negligence may have been at play. An experienced foodborne illness lawyer can walk you through the legal process and let you know exactly what to expect and whether a favorable outcome is likely. As your case moves forward, your food poisoning attorney will call upon a variety of resources to demonstrate negligence’s role.
Why Morgan & Morgan?
You deserve support from an attorney who fully understands the legal challenges related to food poisoning. Aggressive, yet strategic advocacy is necessary through every step of your legal ordeal. The talented team at Morgan & Morgan will advocate assertively on your behalf to recover several types of compensation, including:
- Medical expenses. Did your foodborne illness land you in the hospital? Have you since faced significant bills for ongoing care? A variety of medical expenses can be covered through personal injury damages. These might include not only hospital or clinic bills, but also medications or any equipment required for your treatment plan.
- Loss of wages. Foodborne illnesses can put you out of work for several days or even weeks. Compensation may be available to account for the income you missed out on during this time.
- Pain and suffering. Compensation may be available based on any physical or emotional pain you suffered due to foodborne illness. After all, in addition to experiencing severe pain and nausea throughout the duration of your illness, you may continue to suffer emotionally after you recover. The mere thought of eating could make you feel anxious due to fears of contamination.
If negligence-related food poisoning has caused you or a loved one to suffer, you owe it to yourself to seek assistance from an attorney you trust. You’ll find the quality representation you demand at Morgan & Morgan. Call today to learn more, or feel free to complete our case review form.