ATLANTA — A lawsuit has been filed in Superior Court on behalf of a 7-year-old Georgia girl who contracted E. coli after handling and baking Nestle Toll House cookies with her grandfather. The suit was filed by the girl’s attorneys Richard J. Arsenault and J. R. Whaley, of food safety law firm Neblett, Beard & Arsenault, and attorney Brian Cigelske, of the Carterville, Ga.-based law firm, McCain Cigelske. “E. coli O157:H7 in any food product is unacceptable, but in cookies, it’s ...

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