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Elliot Olsen has regained millions of dollars for people who were injured by Legionnaires’ disease. If you or a family member feel like you should take part in one of these Sugar Hill Project lawsuits, please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


More lawsuits have been filed

Sick with Legionnaires’ disease?
Call (612) 337-6126
Elliot Olsen has regained millions of dollars for people harmed by Legionnaires’ disease. If you or a family member contracted Legionnaires’ disease in Washington Heights, please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


For the second time this year, Washington Heights is battling Legionnaires’ disease: The New

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Elliot Olsen has regained millions of dollars for people harmed by Legionnaires’ disease. If you or a family member contracted Legionnaires’ disease in Pinellas County, please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) is investigating two Legionnaires’ disease cases

An American Cancer Society (ACS) patient died from complications of contracting Legionnaires’ disease at the ACS’ Hope Lodge in Manhattan in May 2015, according to a lawsuit filed in March. The patient was one of four who took ill with the disease while staying at the housing facility, numerous news sources reported.

Joan Pedersen, 62,

The Parisian luxury hotel in Macau, China, has been linked to a possible outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease after three elderly Hong Kong residents were sickened between December 2016 and April, according to multiple news reports.

Macau Health Bureau authorities said two victims have been hospitalized, with one in critical condition and the other in serious

The Florida Department of Health has alerted the LA Fitness in Ocoee, a suburb of Orlando, that three gym users have been sickened with Legionnaires’ disease, according to numerous news reports. It has yet to be determined if the infected individuals contracted the disease at the facility, but management is cooperating fully with the investigation

A man disabled after contracting Legionnaires’ disease he said was caused by exposure to contaminated water on the job is entitled to workers’ compensation indemnity and medical benefits, a Pennsylvania appellate court ruled in late March.

Business Insurance – a publication of Crain Communications — reported that in June 2013, Shawn Gallen of Nestle USA

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported in June 2016 that the number of Legionnaires’ disease cases that were recorded in the United States between the years 2000 and 2014 more than quadrupled, increasing from 1,127 to 5,166.* Outbreaks both big and small are becoming more frequent on a yearly basis, as evidenced

Legionnaires’ disease is one of those illnesses that usually has people scratching their heads. Most don’t understand what it is or what it does. That, however, is starting to change, as the disease becomes more commonplace and newsworthy.

Here are some frequently asked questions – and their corresponding answers – about Legionnaires’ disease:

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