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Salmonella Outbreak

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If you or a loved one has consumed peanut butter and you have become sick with salmonella poisoning, you may have a case against King Nut Companies foods, the maker of King Nut and Parnell's Pride peanut butter. Contact us today for a free consultation. Our firm is handling all peanut butter salmonella cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we win your case. Our award winning trial attorneys can help you recover money for your medical expenses and pain and suffering. We are currently helping clients nationwide. The Gomez Law Firm, together with our national co-counsel, represents hundreds of individuals that have been affected by the King Nut Salmonella Outbreak.   We represent men, women, children, and elderly individuals from various states all over the country spanning from Florida to California.

About the Salmonella Outbreak

More than 125 consumer peanut butter products, from more than 70 companies, have been recalled in the U.S. King Nut Peanut Butter salmonella outbreak.

It takes up to three weeks for cases to be reported to the CDC, so the most recent person reported sick fell ill on Jan 8, more cases are expected. So far, the CDC has received reports of six deaths and 107 hospitalizations among the 486 people sickened in 43 U.S. states and one Canadian province.

The FDA has announced that at least one brand of pet products -- PetSmart's Great Choice Dog Biscuits -- is made with peanut paste linked to the salmonella outbreak. The FDA says more human and pet products are likely to be recalled as the agency's peanut probe continues.

In an effort to find out how they got sick, the CDC interviewed 57 people ill with the outbreak strain of salmonella and compared their food-consumption histories to 399 healthy people.

Results showed that sick people outside institutions tended to have eaten the Kellog's Austin and Keebler brands of peanut-butter crackers already linked to contaminated peanut paste. Kellog's recalled the products as soon as it learned of the possible contamination, the day before the CDC investigation began.

Adults and children sickened at hospitals, nursing homes, and schools tended to have eaten the King Nut brand of peanut butter. In all 14 institutions for which detailed information is available, the CDC and state health departments traced salmonella illnesses to the King Nut brand of peanut butter.

King Nut peanut butter is sold in large containers only to institutions. No commercial peanut butter brands sold in grocery stores have been linked to the salmonella outbreak.

The FDA is continuing an ongoing investigation of the King Nut and Parnell's Pride Peanut Butter Salmonella contamination.

Foodborne Illness Attorney

The Gomez Law Firm is currently evaluating cases of peanut butter related Salmonella poisoning nationwide. If you or a loved one has eaten King Nut or Parnell's Pride peanut butter, contact the lawyers at The Gomez Law Firm to have your case evaluated for free. The law in most states provides individuals with legal claims and the right to compensation for injuries they suffer as a result of a defective product or the negligence of another. The injured person may file a lawsuit seeking compensation for his or her pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost past and future wages and punitive damages.

If you have a question concerning your legal rights, please contact us toll free at 866-395-6792.

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The peanut butter outbreak has currently been traced to 44 states, including Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin and West Virginia.