Ground Beef Recall Due to E. Coli Fears in 10 States June 6, 2007 Supervalu Inc. announced this week that it was recalling some ground beef sold in its Albertsons and Save-A-Lot stores because it is believed to be contaminated with E. coli. Most of the products were sold under the Moran's label at Albertsons stores in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming and Save-A-Lot stores in Arizona, California, and Nevada. Colorado health officials said the meat was also sold in the state. The recalled products had sell-by dates from April 20 through May 7. It included Moran's brand meat sold in 1- to 5-pound varieties under UPC numbers 34779 60501, 34779 60000, 34779 96000, 34779 91000, 34779 60010, 34779 96194, 34779 21117. Also recalled was Albertsons 90/10 Sirloin fresh hamburger patties. Customers can return recalled products to the store for a full refund or exchange. Customers with questions about the recall can call United Food Group's hotline at 800-325-4164. The Supervalu recall stems from a recall announced Sunday by meat supplier United Food Group LLC of 75,000 pounds of contaminated ground beef. In addition to the Supervalu stores, the United Food recall included meat sold at Grocery Outlet, Fry's, Save-Mart, Smart and Final, Smith's, and Stater Bros. stores. Symptoms of E. coli include stomach cramps that may be severe and diarrhea that may turn bloody within one to three days. E. coli sometimes can lead to complications including kidney failure. Ground Beef Recall – E. Coli Poisoning If you or a family member has been diagnosed with e.coli after eating ground beef products from Albertsons or Save A Lot, then you may have legal rights to a product liability lawsuit. Call 1-800-883-9858 to discuss you rights.

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Duragesic Patch Recall Lawsuit

 PriCara, Division of Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. said today that all lots of 25 microgram/hour (mcg/hr) DURAGESIC (fentanyl transdermal system) CII patches sold by PriCara in the United States and all 25 mcg/hr fentanyl patches sold by Sandoz Inc. in the United States are being voluntarily recalled as a precaution from wholesalers and pharmacies. The recalled patches all have expiration dates on or before December 2009, and all are manufactured by ALZA Corporation, an affiliate of PriCara. In summary we need as civil trial evidence any USED defective duragesic that have signs of leakage as is described in: Duragesic Patch Recall The recall is being conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. All 25 mcg/hr fentanyl patches manufactured by ALZA and sold in Canada also are being recalled.

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