Legionnaires Disease Patient Attended InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, FL, Stayed at Holiday Inn

A participant of InfoComm 2013 held June 8-14 at Orange County Convention Center has been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, a pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria in water mist. The man stayed at the Holiday Inn Resort – The Castle, an Orlando, Florida hotel.

The participant has been hospitalized.

To date, there are no other reported cases, but the incubation period for Legionnaires’ can be two weeks. It is very important that anyone with symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease get immediate medical attention and that a family member contact attorneys Fred Pritzker and Eric Hageman of our law firm. They are our lead lawyers for these cases. You can contact them for a FREE consultation here about a Legionnaires’ disease lawsuit against a hotel. If your loved one has Legionella pneumonia, it may take a bit for the doctors to diagnose it, but it will be quite evident immediately that it is some kind of pneumonia. Legionella pneumonia is often fatal.

Signs and symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease can include a high fever, chills, cough, fatigue, weakness, muscle pain and headache. The symptoms usually begin two to 14 days after being exposed to Legionella bacteria.

Attorneys Fred Pritzker and Eric Hageman represent Legionnaires’ disease victims nationwide. They have won millions for their clients in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits, including a recent settlement for $3,000,000.00. You can contact them for a FREE consultation here.

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