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Posted in Salmonella on November 25, 2019
Doug Saul’s Salmonella Outbreak. 14 people are sick with Salmonella food poisoning in Nashville, North Carolina. 10 of them ate at Doug Sauls’ Bar-B-Q & Seafood before getting sick. On Friday, Nash County Health Department suspended Doug Sauls’ Bar-B-Q & Seafood’s food establishment operating permit, effective immediately. Doug Sauls’ had to be temporarily closed so that it can be sanitized. Nash County Health found Salmonella in multiple locations in the restaurants kitchen. The health department found that there “were conditions present constituting an imminent health hazard.”
“The North Carolina Department of Agriculture Food Protection Division identified Salmonella present in equipment and food that is likely to cause an immediate threat of serious adverse health effects. This finding was reported as part of an investigation of a small but persistent number of infections identified to be Salmonella London, an uncommon type of Salmonella,” said Nash County Health Department.
Doug Sauls’ Bar-B-Q & Seafood is located at 813 Western Avenue in Nashville, North Carolina.
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(1) you have been diagnosed with Salmonella and
(2) it can be proved that the restaurant caused your Salmonella food poisoning.
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(1) Your Medical Bills
(2) Time You Lost From Work
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Doug Sauls’ Bar-B-Q & Seafood issued a public apology in the wake of the Salmonella outbreak. The restaurant has closed temporarily to be sanitized.
CDC estimates Salmonella causes about 1.2 million illnesses, 23,000 hospitalizations, and 450 deaths in the United States every year. Food is the source for about 1 million of these illnesses.
Diagnosing salmonellosis requires testing a clinical specimen (such as stool or blood) from an infected person to distinguish it from other illnesses that can cause diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps. Once Salmonella is identified in the specimen, additional testing can be done to further characterize the Salmonella.
Don’t let Salmonella make you or your loved ones sick. Take a look at these five facts and CDC’s tips for lowering your chance of getting a Salmonella infection.
Some people may also have nausea, vomiting, or a headache. Symptoms usually start within 6 hours–4 days after infection and last 4–7 days.
Salmonella infection is diagnosed when a laboratory test detects Salmonella bacteria in a person’s poop (stool), body tissue, or fluids.
Most people recover without specific treatment. Antibiotics are typically used only to treat people with severe illness. Patients should drink extra fluids as long as diarrhea lasts. In some cases, diarrhea may be so severe that the person needs to be hospitalized.
In rare cases, the infection may spread from the intestines to the bloodstream, and then to other parts of the body. In these people, Salmonella can cause death unless the person is treated promptly with antibiotics.
Our mission is to help families who have been harmed by contaminated food or water. When corporations cause Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks or Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks, we use the law to hold them accountable. The Lange Law Firm is the only law firm in the nation solely focused on representing families in food poisoning lawsuits and Legionnaires disease lawsuits.
If you got sick in the Doug Sauls’ Salmonella outbreak and are interested in making a legal claim for compensation, we can help. Our Salmonella lawyer can help you pursue compensation for your Salmonella infection. Call us for a free no obligation legal consultation at (833) 330-3663 or send us an e-mail here.