Blue Bell Ice Cream Lawsuits
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In recent months, Blue Bell Creameries - the manufacturer of Blue Bell brand ice cream - has faced national controversy over contaminated products. Beginning in March 2015, several Blue Bell ice cream products have been associated with cases of serious illness and death caused by bacterial infections from listeria.
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Listeria Contamination & Blue Bell Recalls
Due to cases of illness and death linked to Blue Bell products, and the serious nature of listeria contamination, Blue Bell recalled all of its products on April 20. The recall includes all ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet, and snacks in 23 states. The FDA is advising consumers to not eat any recalled products and to return or throw them away immediately.
Although the recall spans over 20 states, concerns have been elevated in Kansas - where several deaths have occurred. Consumers in Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Arizona have also reported illnesses in connection to Blue Bell products.
Listeria Illness & Death Lawsuits
Listeria monocytogenes is a bacteria that causes listeriosis, which can cause serious side effects. Young children, elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems are most at risk. For most people, listeria may cause short-term symptoms that include high fever, severe headache, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. It can also cause complications with pregnant women.
Our firm is prepared to assist victims and families who have suffered harm after eating Blue Bell products. You may be eligible to file a personal injury or wrongful death claim for the following reasons:
- Serious illness
- Wrongful death
Stern Law Group has helped thousands of victims and families after they’ve suffered damages caused by unsafe products - and we’re prepared to see how we can help you. If you have questions about your rights after you or someone you love were harmed by Blue Bell products, contact our firm for a FREE consultation.
Stern Law Group is currently reviewing cases from victims and families
throughout Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and the United States.