Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak
Wesley Ridge Retirement Community Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak, Columbus, Ohio Area

Update: 39 people were sickened in this outbreak, and 6 of them died. To date, 4 people have died from Legionnaires’ disease at Wesley Ridge Retirement Community in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. At least 35 Wesley Ridge residents have contracted the illness,…

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Can You Sue a Hospital for Legionnaires’ Disease?

Yes, you can sue a hospital for Legionnaires’ disease if the source of the illness was contaminated water at the facility or if hospital personnel failed to diagnose Legionnaires’ disease, resulting in severe illness or death. You can contact our…

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Senior Home Resident Contracts Legionnaires’ Disease

A resident of a senior home has been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, a form of pneumonia caused by breathing in water mist contaminated with Legionella bacteria. Health officials have not found evidence that the resident contracted the illness at the…

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Legionnaires’ Disease Pneumonia from Hotel or Fitness Club Hot Tub, Lawyers Warn

Attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Team are warning hotel and fitness club patrons that dirty hot tubs can be a source of Legionnaires’ disease. If a hot tub is not cleaned and disinfected enough it can become…

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Legionnaires’ Disease Pneumonia Cases on the Rise, Lawyers Warn

Legionnaires’ disease (LD), also referred to as legionellosis, is a serious, sometimes lethal pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria. The bacteria get into water and, when mist carrying them is inhaled, the bacteria infect the lungs and colonize, causing pneumonia. Legionellosis…

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Legionnaires Disease Outbreak Made Worse by Lack of Reporting

Somehow 21 patients of the Pittsburgh VA Hospital were sickened and 5 of them killed by Legionnaires’ disease during 2011 and most of 2012 without any local, state or federal health official knowing that there was an outbreak.  Ron Voorhees,…

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Legionella Pneumonia Risk from Hotel Hot Tubs

Free Lawsuit Consult for Legionnaires’ Disease Victims Breathing in water mist that is contaminated with Legionella bacteria can cause Legionnaires’ disease, a severe form of pneumonia. Because Legionella bacteria quickly colonize in warm water, hotel hot tubs that are not…

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Legionnaires’ Disease from Hospital Water Supply

To date, 5 veterans have contracted Legionnaires’ disease (legionellosis) from contaminated water at the Pittsburgh veterans hospital at University Drive. According to U.S. Senator Bob Casey,  these veterans were sickened with Legionnaires’ disease due to the poor quality of the…

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Hospital Legionnaires Disease Outbreak Caused by Plumbing Issues, According to New Evidence

In early 2011, 11 patients of Miami Valley Hospital contracted Legionnaires’ disease, a severe form of pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria. The patients had all stayed in the hospital’s new 12-story addition. In June of that year, the hospital said…

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3 Legionaires Disease Wrongful Death Cases Linked to JW Marriott in Chicago

Attorney Fred Pritzker recently won $3 million for a family for a Legionnaires disease wrongful death. He is now investigating the Legionnaires disease outbreak linked to the JW Marriott hotel in Chicago.  The main fountain in the first floor lobby…

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Legionnaires’ Disease Linked to Marriott Hotel in Chicago

Attorney Fred Pritzker is investigating a Legionnaires’ disease (Legionellosis) outbreak linked to the JW Marriott hotel located at 151 W. Adams St. in Chicago. Just weeks ago, he won a Legionnaires’ disease lawsuit for $3 million against another hotel, and…

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Legionella Pneumonia Lawsuit Compensation

Contact our law firm about a lawsuit for Legionnaires’ disease pneumonia. We are listed in the current U.S. News & World Report list of “Best Law Firms.” Let us help your family get compensation and justice. Legionella and Legionnaires’ Disease…