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Originally Published January 9, 2004 Bill Vidonic, Times Staff Writer BEAVER - Richard Miller will be on anti-rejection medication for the rest of his life to keep his new liver functioning properly. The 57-year-old said he is struggling to regain...
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Wilmington, Delaware-Marler Clark, Seattle food illness attorneys, and Phillips, Goldman & Spence, Wilmington, a Delaware bankruptcy law firm, filed motions to lift the stay of bankruptcy today in Delaware Bankruptcy Court on behalf of 58 victims of the Chi-Chi's Hepatitis-A...
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Three lawsuits filed against Chi-Chi's Mexican restaurant have been withdrawn while lawyers decide whether to hold the restaurant responsible, or also those who may have supplied the source of the hepatitis A outbreak, green onions. There are now at least...
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Originally published December 2, 2003 Christopher Snowbeck And Torsten Ove, Post-Gazette Staff Writers A team of U.S. investigators joined authorities in Mexico yesterday, hoping to determine what might have contaminated scallions that were linked to a hepatitis A outbreak at...
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PITTSBURGH - Marler Clark, the Seattle law firm nationally known for successful representation of victims of foodborne illness, and Jerry Meyers, a respected Pittsburgh personal injury attorney, will file a lawsuit today on behalf of Mark and Amy Holton and...
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