Taking A Bite Out Of Insurers' Claims Denials

Law360, New York (April 23, 2012, 1:12 PM EDT) -- State and federal courts have rejected efforts to categorize salmonella as a "communicable disease."

While the quality of the United States' food supply continues to be exceptionally reliable, problems do occasionally arise. Contamination by food-borne bacteria is a threat that is well known to the industry, and salmonella contamination is one example that has made recent headlines.

Companies implement a wide variety of quality control and sterilization protocols in an effort to prevent contamination events from occurring. At the same time, those businesses purchase insurance as...
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