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SiebenCarey

Matt Steinbrink, Attorney

(612) 333-9733

June 2018

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Lettuce-related E.coli Outbreak Caused Two Deaths in Minnesota

Romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona, has been linked to an outbreak of E. coli that has sickened at least 197 people in 35 states and caused five deaths, including two in Minnesota. It’s unlikely any tainted lettuce is still in stores or people’s homes given its short shelf life. But there can be a lag in reporting, and accounts of illnesses have continued to come in. The most recent illnesses were reported on May 12, according to the CDC. If you or somebody you know has been diagnosed with E. coli from lettuce, contact us immediately. We have lawyers experienced in this area of law.

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What Are Your Rights If Your Pet Is Negligently Injured?

Injured Paw

To pet lovers, a pet is more than property. They are companions, therapists, play pals or warm pillows. Pets are part of the family! If your pet is negligently injured or killed by a person or another pet, you should know your options for legal action.

BY THE NUMBERS

Over 30%

There’s at least one dog living in 36.5 percent of U.S. households; 30.4 percent are home to a cat.
 

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Safely Transfer an Injured Pet

An injured pet can lash out – even at its owners. Learn how to safely transfer an injured pet to the veterinarian.


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AFTER AN INJURY

Your pet has been injured and received medical attention. Now what? Here are some tips to help your furry friend recover.

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