Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 6, 2007
Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, a top Dallas personal injury law firm, is accepting cases of salmonella poisoning caused by ConAgra's Banquet Turkey and Chicken frozen potpies or generic store-brand not-ready-to-eat potpie products bearing the code "P-9" printed on the side of the package.
The Banquet brand of frozen potpie products are available nationwide. The store brand not-ready-to-eat potpies are available in certain stores and are sold under the names of Albertson's; Hill Country; Food Lion; Great Value; Kirkwood; Kroger; Meijer; and Western Family. After several states' health officials contacted ConAgra about the salmonella outbreak, ConAgra recalled these frozen potpie products on October 11.
If someone know to anyone has recently developed diarrhea, a fever, and/or abdominal cramps after eating one of the above potpies, contact Eberstein & Witherite's Dallas personal injury attorneys for a free consultation. The talented trial lawyers at Eberstein & Witherite are knowledgeable about these specific salmonella cases and have made all of the critical contacts to allow them to properly represent their clients.
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