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Philadelphia Legionnaires’ Disease Lawyer

Legionellosis is a severe and often fatal form of pneumonia. Also called Legionnaires’ disease, it is caused by bacteria that grow in water. It is often found in hot water tanks, hot tubs, plumbing systems, central air conditioning systems, cooling towers, pools, and fountains. Outbreaks often affect numerous people simultaneously.

Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., provides representation to victims of Legionnaire’s disease outbreaks. Our experienced personal injury attorneys can represent you and your family if you have Legionnaires’ disease from the VA or another source. To schedule a free consultation with a Philadelphia Legionnaires’ disease lawyer, please call.

Compensation For Permanent Injury And Wrongful Death

Legionnaires’ disease can result in serious illness and injury, including respiratory failure, lung failure, septic shock, kidney failure, endocarditis, pericarditis, and death. Victims who survive the disease may have permanent damage to the lungs, heart, and other organs. When you or a family member has contracted Legionnaires’ disease, you will need compensation for medical bills, hospital stays, pain and suffering, and lost wages.

We will investigate your illness to determine who is liable for your losses. Depending on the case, negligent parties may include property owners, cleaning companies, employers, hospitals, health clubs, spas, hotels, prisons, and other large institutional facilities.

Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks are preventable. Rigorous cleaning and disinfecting of water systems are necessary to keep the bacteria from growing. When a property owner or other party is negligent in cleaning water sources and testing water for the presence of Legionnaires’ disease, an attorney in Philadelphia can hold those parties liable for negligence.

Contact a Philadelphia Legionnaires’ Disease Attorney

For a free consultation, please call a Philadelphia Legionnaires’ disease lawyer.