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Outbreak Summary

At least 59 employees and customers of a Don Julio Mexican restaurant in Corinth, Mississippi tested positive for Salmonella after an outbreak there in 2011. At least ten of the victims were children.

OFT’s Salmonella Lawyers investigate these outbreaks and seek compensation for the victims. If you have been sickened by Salmonella or another foodborne illness at a Don Julio or other restaurant, please contact us for a 100% free consultation about whether you may be able to recover your damages in a lawsuit or a settlement.

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Salmonella Outbreak at Don Julio Mexican Restaurant in Mississippi Sickens Dozens

Notable Recoveries

$10 million

Seven infants were sickened after consuming a contaminated food product marketed to infants

$6.5 million

Verdict on behalf of a little boy who contracted a severe Salmonella infection from chicken

$7.55 million

Verdict on behalf of a little girl who contracted E. coli at a petting zoo

$2.25 million

E. coli infections contracted from a major fast food chain

$45 million

An over-the-counter medication caused severe kidney damage to multiple users

$3.4 million

A pregnant woman contracted a Listeria infection from contaminated fruit and passed the infection to her child

$3 million

Multistate Cyclospora outbreaks

$275,000

A couple contracted Salmonella from a restaurant

$525,000

A pedestrian was struck by a left-turning car, fracturing her tibia

$700,000

A semi-truck rear-ended a motorcyclist causing a collapsed lung, rib fractures and road rash