USA: Seattle Law Firm Obtains $1.06 Million Settlement On Behalf of Hepatitis Outbreak Victims
Marler Clark, the Seattle law firm nationally-known for its successful representation of persons injured in food-borne illness outbreaks, today announced that it had obtained a $1.06 million settlement on behalf of 29 persons who claim to have been infected with the Hepatitis A virus as a result of eating contaminated food at two local Subway Sandwich franchises.
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