Cargill recalled 1 million pounds of beef that may be contaminated with E.coli. The beef was produced between October 8 and 11. Retailers that may have sold the beef include Giant, Shop Rite and Stop & Shop. There have been no reports at this time of anyone becoming ill from eating the beef.
If you may have eaten the contaminated beef and are experiencing diarhea and/or dehydration seek medical attention immediately if you still have the symptoms. You should also contact a lawyer since you may be able to take legal action against Cargill.
For more information on this subject, please refer to the subject on Defective and Dangerous Products.
Currently a partner with the McCallister Law Group, Marc McCallister first worked as a defense attorney at a large insurance defense firm where he defended area hospitals and physicians. He now concentrates on his areas of expertise, which include medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, products liability, premises liability, motor vehicle and wrongful death cases.