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What made Charlotte Voss sick? Last week, after 6 weeks in the hospital, Charlotte Voss, only 7 years old, went home. She was diagnosed with E. coli in July and suffered kidney failure from a severe complication called hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), according to the Rochester PostBulletin. Her symptoms started in Nebraska, but the source Read more…
You may have a personal injury or wrongful death claim against the Opera House Hotel if you or your loved one was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease in July or August of 2015, and you were in the affected area of the Bronx (see map below) within a 2-week time frame before onset of your symptoms. Read more…
Our law firm is investigating the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at the Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy. To date, 28 residents of the VA nursing home facility have been sickened, and tragically, two of them have died. The people sickened in this outbreak breathed in water mist containing Legionella bacteria, the pathogen that causes Legionnaires’ disease. Read more…