Experienced Legionnaires Disease Attorney
Assisting Clients Nationally
Legionnaire’s Disease Attorney, Johnny Denenea, is an experienced litigator and trail lawyer that has practiced law for over 25 years, in both State and Federal court. He is a founding partner of Shearman-Denenea, LLC, which is based in New Orleans.
As a trial lawyer, Johnny has represented victims of accidents and medical malpractice. He has also handled infectious disease cases, including several legionnaires disease cases. He has also been retained as a consultant in cases involved in legionnaires disease claims.
If you or a loved on has become sick as a result of a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak, please contact me for assistance.
If you or loved one has contracted Legionnaires’ disease you may be entitled to compensation. Contact me immediately so I can personally evaluate your case. The consultation with me is FREE.
If You or a Loved One Has Contracted Legionnaires’ Disease, 3 Things You MUST Do Immediately
Contact the Local or State Department of Health
Report that your loved one has been diagnosed with Legionnaires Disease. Legionnaires Disease is a reportable disease in every jurisdiction, and the only way to prevent a second exposure is to notify the authorities and have it recorded.
Determine the Likely Source and Have it Tested
Not every State and local health department requires a test of the location, or an investigation. Most states only test and investigate where there are two or more exposures. If the authority will not test, then do your own test.
Contact an Attorney
Get some direction and have your questions answered. Find out what may be expected in the process while attending to the sickness of a loved one. If there is some immediate action necessary to make a claim or file a lawsuit, a knowledgeable legionnaires attorney can do it.
“I was referred to Johnny Denenea …to help a client of mine who had come down with Legionnaires Disease …I found him quite knowledgeable about the disease, the law that applied to the case, and the court processes we would go through. He listened to the client and to me, and then he built a case statement and trial notebook that led to a resolution that was far better than our client’s earliest hopes. As referring lawyer and co-counsel on the file, he was fair with me and my firm. If a client has a Legionnaires Disease case anywhere, I will call Johnny first.”
“I know you couldn’t take my case but you left an impression on me, by educating me and sharing your knowledge even after you knew I couldn’t win a case for you… “
— Prospective Client
What Is Legionnaires’ Disease?
Understanding Legionnaire’s Disease
Legionnaires’ disease is a severe form of pneumonia, accompanied by lung inflammation. The inflammation is caused by a bacteria referred to as legionella. Many diseases can be painful and debilitating, but Legionnaires’ is especially bad.
Frequently Asked Legal Questions
When someone is infected with Legionnaires’ Disease and the source and potentially liable party have been identified, from a legal standpoint there a number of things to be aware of. We’ve compiled a list of Frequently Asked Legal Questions relating to building a Legionnaires case and filing a lawsuit. For example, is filing suit quickly necessary in a Legionnaires case? How important is it to retain experts in a Legionnaire case?
Do You Have a Case? Are You Entitled to Compensation?
Contact Me for a Free Consultation to Personally Evaluate Your Case.
If you or a loved one has contracted Legionnaires’ disease, you may have a viable Legionnaires’ lawsuit and be entitled to compensation. Don’t wait, contact me today for a free consultation to evaluate your case.
Consulting an attorney experienced with Legionnaires cases and lawsuits is essential, and can have a significant impact on the outcome and potential settlement value of your case.
I am an experienced Legionnaires attorney, that will personally work on your case, and aggressively fight for the compensation you and your family deserve.
You pay absolutely nothing unless we are able to receive a settlement or jury award for your case.