Article on Chipotle Closures Highlights Increased Need to Adhere to Food Safety Laws and Best Practices, notes the Law Offices of Burg & Brock

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Commenting on the recent article, the Los Angeles personal injury firm explains that, in the wake of Chipotle closures due to illness outbreaks, restaurants need to be even more careful when it comes to food safety.

These burritos and other food items at Chipotle have led to restaurant closures.

The Law Offices of Burg and Brock notes that the restaurant chain is responsible for any injuries or illnesses customers experience by consuming their food products under normal circumstances.

According to an article published February 2nd on Daily News, Chipotle Mexican Grill is expecting a federal investigation and restaurant closures in the wake of a number of food safety incidents in which customers became ill from exposure to norovirus, salmonella, and e.coli. Los Angeles based personal injury firm the Law Offices of Burg and Brock notes that the restaurant chain is responsible for any injuries or illnesses customers experience by consuming their food products under normal circumstances. The law firm’s head litigator, Mr. Cameron Yadidi Brock, notes that this is just another reminder that people should exercise caution and consider food safety when dining at restaurants and when cooking meals at home, because improperly prepared or handled food can lead to numerous food borne illnesses, some of which may be potentially life-threatening, especially for elderly and very young consumers. Because the Law Offices of Burg and Brock believe that restaurants should take every possible effort to act in accordance to federal and state food safety standards, they applaud the chain’s recent announcement that they are closing over 2,000 of their restaurants for four hours in order to address kitchen conditions and reduce the chance of additional bacterial or viral outbreaks.

The Law Offices of Burg and Brock note that they have handled hundreds of personal injury and wrongful death claims, and that food poisoning or e.coli cases can also be considered personal injury when negligence can be attributed to a restaurant’s unsafe or dangerous conditions. They note that they fully understand the emotional hardship and financial difficulties that can be associated with these types of cases, and that it is always important to win due compensation from the negligent party in appropriate circumstances. They explain that, since 1996, their team of highly skilled and experienced attorneys have handled over 5,000 cases and accumulated a 97% success rate.

In addition to food safety related injury lawsuits, Mr. Cameron Yadidi Brock and the rest of the skilled legal team at the Law Offices of Burg and Brock, Inc. represent victims of dog bites, automobile accidents, occupational hazards, and a wide variety of injuries caused by negligence. Mr. Brock, the founder of the firm, notes that because he is an authority on all kinds of personal injury cases, he is often consulted on well-recognized radio and TV shows.

He additionally explains that those who have been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence resulting in any type of injury may call the law firm at (888) 979-7979. Additionally, interested readers can learn more online at http://www.LegalDefenders.com.

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