Food Poisoning Lawyer Naples, FL
See your doctor if you have:
- Bloody diarrhea
- High fever (temperature over 102°F, measured orally)
- Frequent vomiting that prevents keeping liquids down
- Signs of dehydration (including little or no urination, very dry mouth and throat, or feeling dizzy when standing up)
- Diarrhea that lasts more than 3 days
If you are pregnant or over 60 years old, you should also seek medical care for suspected food poisoning.
Depending on the type of food poisoning, symptoms can appear minutes, hours, days, or even weeks after eating.
If you suspect you got food poisoning, stay hydrated, and document your symptoms and what you ate or drank around the time you got sick. You may be entitled to financial compensation.
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We are your constant ally from the time you are injured due to another’s negligence to the resolution of your case.
Colina Law approaches your case with a nuanced understanding of the law related to your injury. Principal attorney Mary Colina-Fowler will personally be involved in your case, ensuring that it will be handled with experience and expertise.
We are your Naples personal injury law firm, advocating for the Hispanic community and all Southwest Florida residents. We can:
- Negotiate on your behalf against insurance companies
- Work with your medical team
- Pursue damages with a focus on your long-term physical, mental, and financial healing
- Be a formidable foe when representing you against a negligent person, company, property owner, or product manufacturer
- Help you document your injuries and treatments as well as stay on schedule with required procedures and submissions
We will advise you every step of the way so you can make your decisions based on objective, well-tested facts.
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8823 Tamiami Trail E. Naples, FL 34113
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We are also proud members of the Naples community, which can work to your advantage. We know the local courts and its judges, are familiar with many of the Florida attorneys who frequent Naples’ courts, and often have great working relationships with the various personnel we must involve to bring you justice.