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Elliot Olsen has regained millions of dollars for clients who have been harmed by Legionnaires’ disease. If you are one of the Maryland transit workers who contracted Legionnaires, please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


Two Maryland Transportation Authority employees contracted Legionnaires’ disease, compelling MTA officials

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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 at Mountaineer Casino, please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at a West Virginia race track last fall was traced to a

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Legionnaires lawyer Elliot Olsen has regained millions for clients. If you or a family member contracted Legionnaires’ disease at Legacy House, you might have cause to file a Legionnaires lawsuit. Please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


Two cases of Legionnaires’ disease and the discovery of Legionella bacteria

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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 in West Virginia, please call (612) 337-6126 for a free consultation.


An employee at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort in New Cumberland, West Virginia, was diagnosed with

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A fourth resident at

For the second time in less than 12 months, a North Waco, TX, hotel is under investigation for a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak after two guests were confirmed with the illness.

The out-of-state guests were diagnosed upon their return home. They stayed separately earlier this month at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Waco North,

Scientists at the Technical University of Munich in Germany said they have developed a measuring chip that will identify the existence of Legionella within 34 minutes, according to recently published research in the journal “Biosensors and Bioelectronics.”

Legionella is the bacteria that causes Legionnaires’ disease, which can be identified with a urinalysis. Trying to