The Food and Drug Administration and Tyson Foods Inc. have announces a massive recall of over 33 thousand pounds of mechanically separated chicken believed to be tainted with the harmful salmonella bacteria. According to the Department of Agriculture the chicken product was intended for institutional use only including prisons and has not been distributed and sold to consumers. The chicken has been linked to illnesses across correctional institutions across the county including California, Tennessee, Ohio, Kansas, Wisconsin, and Arkansas. The serial numbers attached to the infected chicken are P-13556 establishment number, and case code 2843SDL1412 -18. Financial Recovery Available for Victims of Tyson Chicken Salmonella Poisoning: Victims of food poisoning are entitled to compensation for all damages incurred. The types of damages recoverable in personal injury lawsuits are as follows…
- All medical and health related expenses including hospitalization and rehabilitation expenses.
- Other types of economic damages including destroyed property, lost wages and loss of future income capacity.
- Non-Economic damage including pain and suffering, emotional trauma and punitive damages.