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Victim of E-coli food borne illness files suit in King County Superior Court :: Washington Injury Attorney Blog

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Now one, of those victims, Heather Whybrew, a Pacific Lutheran University student and a resident of Federal Way, has filed suit in King County Superior Court.

According to The News Tribune, Whybrew names Northwest Fruit and Produce Inc. and other unidentified growers, shippers and packers in her suit.


Press Releases : Food poisoning litigation news : Student sickened by E. coli-Tainted Lettuce files Suit

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Heather Whybrew of Federal Way, Washington was a student at Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland when she was infected with E. coli O157:H7.

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Ms. Whybrew battled the E. coli infection over the next week, developing pneumonia as well as blood clots in her extremities and IV insertion sites, for which she required Heparin, a blood thinner. When kidney irregularities emerged, she was transferred to Childrens Hospital in Seattle, where she remained until June 6. She was hospitalized for 20 days. She continues to recover from the infection and its complicationsshe must give herself two Heparin shots daily in the abdomen to keep blood clots at bay.
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Salinas, California is again suspected as being the source of the lettuce that sickened Heather and nine others, and that is where regulation is the tightest. Theres clearly a great deal of work still to do.
I have a very high tolerance for pain, said Ms. Whybrew in a statement.


Heather Whybrew of Federal ...

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Heather Whybrew of Federal Way, Washington was a student at Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland when she was infected with E. coli O157:H7.

...
Ms. Whybrew battled the E. coli infection over the next week, developing pneumonia as well as blood clots in her extremities and IV insertion sites, for which she required Heparin, a blood thinner. When kidney irregularities emerged, she was transferred to Children's Hospital in Seattle, where she remained until June 6. She was hospitalized for 20 days. She continues to recover from the infection and its complications-she must give herself two Heparin shots daily in the abdomen to keep blood clots at bay.
...
Salinas, California is again suspected as being the source of the lettuce that sickened Heather and nine others, and that is where regulation is the tightest. There's clearly a great deal of work still to do."
"I have a very high tolerance for pain," said Ms. Whybrew in a statement.


Heather Whybrew of Federal ...

www.marlerclark.com [cached]

Heather Whybrew of Federal Way, Washington was a student at Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland when she was infected with E. coli O157:H7.

...
Heather Whybrew of Federal Way, Washington was a student at Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland when she was infected with E. coli O157:H7.


Press Releases : Food poisoning litigation news

www.marlerclark.com [cached]

Heather Whybrew of Federal Way, Washington was a student at Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland when she was infected with E. coli O157:H7.

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