There is a preliminary settlement of up to $4.5 million in the class action lawsuit brought on behalf of people exposed to hepatitis A, but who did not become ill, from eating at Genki Sushi restaurants in Hawaii in 2016.

Seattle-based Marler Clark, the nation’s food safety law firm, and
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Bacteria, viruses and parasites–the unholy trinity of foodborne illnesses–hurt people in such unique and different ways so-called “class action” lawsuits brought on behalf of victims of foodborne illness are rare.

Instead, the injured bring individual lawsuits and claims against the responsible parties.  That is because food poisoning injuries vary greatly

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