LegalView recently reported on the outbreak of salmonella poisoning among Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) brands of peanut butter across the country. Five consumers have died linked to the rash of tainted peanut butter, which is expected to affect more Americans.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 19, 2009 -- LegalView.info, the most comprehensive legal resource available on the Web, recently updated its peanut butter recall information portal to include news on the tainted batch of Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) peanut butter, which has been causing salmonella poisonings among individuals across the country. According to a Reuters news report from Jan. 16, the outbreak has been linked to five deaths already and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have found that an additional "453 infections had been reported in 43 states and more cases could be expected."
Individuals who have consumed the tainted peanut butter and are suffering from the peanut butter salmonella symptoms due to salmonella poisoning are encouraged to contact an experienced peanut butter recall attorney to determine the details involved in a potential peanut butter recall lawsuit, which may offer monetary compensation for a victim of the salmonella poisonings. Although the Peanut Corporation of America has instituted a voluntary recall because peanut butter is an ingredient in many products, it has made the investigation more complicated and the tainted peanut butter has been difficult to pin down in certain products, according to the Reuters article.
Additionally, while no name brand peanut butter or products have yet to be effected, Kellogg Company placed an increased warning on its Austin and Keebler snack products. To learn more about litigation involving a possible peanut butter recall lawsuit, visit http://peanut-butter.legalview.info to receive a free legal consultation from an experienced attorney or visit the site to simply garner more information on the potential salmonella poisonings and how they are affecting Americans.
LegalView also offers an array of other legal portals available through its informational library, which includes a range of topics such as that of the most recent mesothelioma treatments, the Fosamax dangers and how to obtain a traumatic brain injury attorney.
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