E. Coli Litigation

A resource for E. Coli Outbreak Legal Cases sponsored by Marler Clark

Marler Clark’s E. coli lawyers developed this site to keep our clients up-to-date on current litigation being prosecuted by Marler Clark throughout the United States. The site is also a resource for Marler Clark co-counsel in E. coli cases, print and broadcast media who are working on stories about E. coli outbreaks and outbreak-related litigation, and potential clients who are researching Marler Clark in anticipation of filing an E. coli claim.

Marler Clark Current Case Updates

E. coli litigation is currently taking place in several states.

  • Cleveland County Fair E. coli Outbreak Lawsuit

    Marler Clark filed 2 E. coli lawsuits against the Cleveland County Fair and its petting zoo operator, Circle G Farms, after an E. coli outbreak was traced to the North Carolina county fair’s petting zoo. At least 106 E. coli cases were traced to the fair and its petting zoo.

  • Crossroads Farm Petting Zoo E. coli Lawsuits

    Marler Clark filed E. coli lawsuits on behalf of the families of several children who became ill with E. coli O157:H7 infections after attending the Crossroads Farm Petting Zoo at the North Carolina State Fair in October, 2004. Two of the children developed hemolytic uremic syndrome. The case against Crossroads has been resolved. E. coli Litigation against the State of North Carolina is still pending. 

  • Federico’s Mexican Restaurant E. coli Lawsuits and Litigation

    The Marler Clark attorneys have filed lawsuits on behalf of E. coli outbreak victims whose illnesses were traced to lettuce used in food sold by Federico’s, a Mexican restaurant located in Litchfield Park, Arizona. 

  • Glass Onion Catering & Gourmet Foods E. coli Outbreak

    The Marler Clark attorneys have filed 2 individual lawsuits against the parent company of Glass Onion Catering, Artherstone Foods.  The lawsuits were filed on behalf of California women who fell ill with E. coli infections in October of 2013 after eating salads purchased from Trader Joe’s locations.

  • Jimmy John’s Clover Sprouts E. coli Outbreak and Lawsuits

    Marler Clark is representing victims of an E. coli O26 outbreak linked to raw clover sprouts used as toppings on sandwiches served at Jimmy John’s restaurants.  The law firm filed 5 E. coli lawsuits against Jimmy John’s on behalf of outbreak victims.  4 cases have been resolved, while 1 remains in litigation.

  • Los Burritos Mexicanos E. coli Lawsuits and Litigation

    Marler Clark represents several victims of an E. coli outbreak that was traced to the Los Burritos Mexicans restaurant located in Lombard, Illinois, in June of 2013.  The law firm filed 2 lawsuits against Los Burritos Mexicanos shortly after the E. coli outbreak was announced. 

  • Schnucks Romaine Lettuce E. coli Outbreak Lawsuits and Litigation

    Marler Clark E. coli attorneys have filed two lawsuits on behalf people made seriously ill with E. coli illnesses after consuming romaine lettuce from Schnucks supermarket salad bars. Along with Schnucks, Moore, Oklahoma-based distributor Vaughan Foods has been added as a defendant in all litigation related to this outbreak.

  • State Garden Spinach & Spring Mix E. coli Lawsuits & Litigation

    Marler Clark represents several victims of a 33-person E. coli outbreak that was traced to Wegmans Organic Spinach and Spring Mix sold at Wegmans stores on the East Coast in October, 2012.  The firm has filed 3 lawsuits on behalf of E. coli outbreak victims from Western New York.

  • Tanimura & Antle Romaine Lettuce E. coli Lawsuit

    Marler Clark filed a lawsuit against Tanimura & Antle in May of 2013.  The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the family of a Canadian woman who became ill with an E. coli infection after eating contaminated Tanimura & Antle lettuce in August, 2012.