PRYOR Okla. Fourteen people who claim they were seriously sickened by E. coli O111 contracted last summer at the Country Cottage restaurant in Locust Grove, Okla., are suing the establishment and its owners for more than $3 million, their attorneys said.Marler Clark of Seattle and The Blevins Law Firm of Pryor jointly filed the lawsuit Wednesday on behalf of 12 families in Mayes County District Court in Pryor. The complaint names as defendants Country Cottage, a “non-corporate business ...
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