E. Coli leads to Wrongful Death Case

Losing a loved one is always difficult.  When the death is the result of the negligence or misconduct of a third party, the challenges can be even more daunting.  Surviving families can take steps to recover for their loss, as best they can, by filing a lawsuit for wrongful death.  A recent incident involving the death of an 8-year-old boy, who died as a result of an E. Coli infection demonstrates how the negligent acts of others can result in a tragic wrongful death lawsuit. The claims against Rain Crow Ranch Rain Crow Ranch, a Doniphan, Missouri farm which also owns a nearby beef processing facility (Fruitland American Meat, in Jackson, Missouri), has been sued by a couple whose son died after eating a hamburger allegedly tainted with E. coli.  The meat was processed by the Missouri farm and then sold at a Whole Foods store in Massachusetts.  The family filed a wrongful death suit in Boston federal court in December of 2014.  It was reported that at least two other people were


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