Quad Cities law firm VanDerGinst Law has designated Hepatitis attorneys from its staff to represent individuals made ill in the Milan McDonald’s Hepatitis A exposure incident or in subsequent immunization against the virus.
Currently, a class action Hepatitis lawsuit has been filed by another firm on behalf of individuals exposed to the virus.
As a firm committed to Rock Island County and the Quad Cities area, VanDerGinst will screen and refer inquiries about this class action Milan McDonalds lawsuit to the Hepatitis lawyers handling that case, which seeks damages for the cost and inconvenience of immunizations–obtained through the Rock Island County Health Department – necessary for these individuals.
VanDerGinst Law is actively involved in lawsuits representing individuals made ill in the Milan hepatitis exposure incident.
This includes individuals who developed cases of Hepatitis A as well as those exposed to Hepatitis at the Milan McDonalds and then made sick by immunization.
If you or a loved one was made ill by the Milan McDonalds Hepatitis A incident or subsequent immunization, please contact us right away.
We have knowledgeable and experienced attorneys who can help guide you through the complexities of your case and help you obtain the financial compensation you deserve.
The consultation is free and there is never a fee unless we win.
Call VanDerGinst Law at 800-797-5391.
The law is tough, being injured is tougher. We’ll make it easier for you.
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