July 27, 2016 zacherlaw 0 Comments

A retirement community in Maryland is once again struggling to contain Legionella bacteria in its water supply.

Three residents of the Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant in Ellicott City, Maryland were diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease in late May of this year. County health officials shut off the water after determining that the retirement community was the source of the bacteria. After testing and treating the water, officials turned it back on in early July. The retirement community intended to continue testing until the water was shown to be clear of Legionella.

These tests have now shown that there is still Legionella present in the water system. The management staff has restricted water until the source of the bacteria has been found.

More information is available here.

Jules Zacher is an attorney in Philadelphia who has tried Legionnaires’ disease cases across the U.S.  Please visit LegionnaireLawyer.com again for updates.

Update: Maryland retirement community shuts off water again was last modified: July 27th, 2016 by zacherlaw

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