Szyller is seeking $25,000 in damages.
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According to the complaint filed, the investigation coincides with the closure of the location on July 30.
A Tweet sent by the health district indicates the restaurant will reopen.
In initial findings, the DGHD identified several employees who called in sick on July 29 and 30.
The food pathogen has not been found, the complaint reads.
“My firm represents numerous victims of this outbreak, and we have prosecuted hundreds of cases in the past against Chipotle,” said Simon in a released statement. “Unfortunately, this is the seventh outbreak caused by Chipotle in recent years. Through this lawsuit and many others to come, we will find out where Chipotle failed to protect its customers and make sure that they do not do so again.”
Simon and his law firm established a Chipotle Claims Center to assist victims in the outbreak. The center can be reached at 1-888-335-4901 or online at foodpoisoningnews.com.