A Michigan food poisoning lawsuit was filed today against the Canterbury Castle banquet facility in Lake Orion, Michigan on behalf of fifteen people who contracted the norovirus infection at a fundraising banquet. The plaintiffs were attending a fundraiser at the restaurant and became severely ill after the event. An Oakland County Health Department investigation determined that the cause of the illness was a norovirus infection that a restaurant employee spread to the customers through a salad.
The plaintiffs suffered a variety of symptoms as a result of their food poisoning. The lawsuit seeks compensation for their illness, pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages. The case was filed in the Oakland County Circuit Court in Pontiac, Michigan. No trial date has been set.
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