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$14M Settlement Reached in Hepatitis A Restaurant Outbreak Lawsuit

The word settlement on a ripped piece of paper on a stack of money.

A settlement of $14 million has been reached following a lawsuit regarding the Hepatitis A outbreak at two Famous Anthony’s locations. That outbreak left four people dead.

Bill Marler, the attorney who represented many of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, said a settlement was reached Thursday, Jan. 26, between the Famous Anthony’s claimants and the insurance company in federal court.

The claimants sought $7 million in damages per each restaurant involved, which included the Oak Grove Plaza and Williamson Road locations.


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