Comment: This is the ambulance chaser behind this site

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This is the ambulance chaser behind this site

http://www.marlerclark.com/

"Since 1993, the food poisoning lawyers of Marler Clark have represented thousands of clients in litigation against restaurants and companies whose food was identified as the source of illness. Our food poisoning lawyers have represented victims of nearly every major E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, or other foodborne illness outbreak across the country."

Here is an example of their baiting: (taken from the wonderful blog where you can get a lot of great info on raw milk cases: www.thecompletepatient.com and his book The Raw Milk Revolution.

"Has there been a business slowdown at the MarlerClark personal injury law firm?

That's the main question that occurred to me when I saw a press release put out by the firm a couple days ago trying to stir up business based on three possible illnesses from raw milk in Missouri. This firm and others try to capitalize on illnesses from whatever foods are creating problems by blanketing the Internet with a steady din of "news", but not usually as blatantly as this, and not usually on small outbreaks like this.

Does this language strike you as a little forward, or is it just me? (The release is in Q&A format.)

"Q: I drank raw milk and got E. coli. I’m thinking about hiring a law firm to represent me, but am concerned about the cost of legal representation for my E. coli case. What are the costs of hiring a lawyer for an E. coli case? How do I find the most experienced E. coli attorney?

"A: The lawyers at Marler Clark have been representing E. coli victims since 1993 and have recovered over $600,000,000 for clients. The Marler Clark E. coli attorneys provide free case evaluations for all potential raw milk E. coli outbreak victims, and victims of other foodborne illness outbreaks. Our E. coli lawyers do not charge an hourly fee. Our firm works on behalf of clients and only collects fee on a contingent basis. That means we collect our fees for E. coli cases as a percentage of the recovery obtained on our clients’ behalf after the case has been resolved."