This is a sponsored post brought to you by PritzkerOlsen Law.
You’ve probably been there. You go out to eat, order something delicious off the menu, and eat your fill. Not too long after, your stomach starts churning. Your whole night has been ruined, and maybe even the next few days, you’ll be laid up in bed. When you’ve experienced the symptoms of food borne illness, your sympathies for others motivate you to act, but you don’t know where to begin.
PritzkerOlsen Law produced an infographic giving you a basic breakdown of the actions you need to take to protect your rights and the rights of others who could be experiencing the affects of food borne illnesses. Included in the graphic are steps to care for your illness, test for specific pathogens and report your illness and the causes to your state health department. These steps can be taken whether it’s you or someone close to you experiencing symptoms.
Surprisingly, 1 in 6 people experience a food borne illness every year with 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. PritzkerOlsen wants you to know what to do so you can help yourself and protect others.
To view the full information and infographic visit the following link: http://www.pritzkerlaw.com/personal-injury/2015/food-poisoning-what-can-i-do-to-protect-my-rights/
PritzkerOlsen is a law firm protecting the rights of people in a variety of different areas including food poisoning, accidents and injury.