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Champaign Food Products and Containers Lawyers

A lack of cleanliness in food preparation and packaging can lead to serious health problems for consumers. A food production company should only use fresh, unspoiled ingredients when preparing their food. It is also important that a restaurant properly prepare their food, throwing away expired ingredients and properly cooking their food. Also, containers that can leave behind chemical residue on food should be avoided for the consumer’s safety.

If you have been sickened due to the negligence of a food manufacturer or preparer, you need to seek information regarding your legal options. Our Champaign food products and containers lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C. can provide the support you need. A successful civil lawsuit can help you to regain financial compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and other relevant damages.

Food and Container Concerns

A consumer who eats improperly prepared food products can develop serious health problems. Possible consequences include suffering from an E. coli or salmonella infection, which can cause significant pain and discomfort, or might even prove to be fatal. In addition to these food-borne illnesses, a person can develop a serious case of food poisoning. The following dangers may be attributable to compromised food products or containers:

  • Food-borne illnesses and contamination
  • Improperly prepared food products, including certain types of seafood
  • Improperly stored or cooled food products
  • Chemical residue from plastic and Styrofoam containers

The harm caused by these mistakes can require immediate medical attention, costing the consumer a substantial amount of money to regain their good health.

Contact Us

If you have suffered because of a restaurant or food producer’s negligence, we may be able to help you. To learn more about your rights and options as an injured consumer, contact the Champaign food products and containers attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C. at 217-328-2828.