NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A settlement has been reached in the class action lawsuit against New Hawaii Sea Restaurant, formerly of the Bronx, New York. Approximately 3,000 people received Hepatitis A vaccinations after being exposed to the illness by the restaurant in September 2013 and all are included in the class-action lawsuit. The deadline for applying to receive a portion of the $200,000 settlement is December 16th, 2016. Those interested in benefiting from the class action settlement should visit www.NewHawaiiHepA.com for more information. According to the settlement, potential class members who may benefit by this settlement include anyone who ate or drank food from the New Hawaii Sea Restaurant from September 7-19, 2013, or were exposed to someone who did, and obtained a blood test and immune globulin (IG) or Hepatitis A vaccination shot within 30 days of eating at the restaurant. Those who actually developed Hepatitis A infections after eating at the restaurant are not included in this settlement. Bill Marler of Marler Clark LLP, an expert on Hepatitis outbreaks, is available for comment on the outcome of the case. Marler is the nation's premiere legal expert on foodborne illness and has represented victims of various foodborne illnesses. If you would like to speak with Mr. Marler, please contact Colleen McMahon ( firstname.lastname@example.org), Samantha Jones ( email@example.com), or call (206) 842-8922.