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Brian Nettles

Guest dies, others guests fall ill at Luxor in Las Vegas due to exposure to Legionnaires' disease

Since last spring, at least three guests at the Luxor in Las Vegas have contracted Legionnaires’ disease, including a guest that recently died, according to Nevada health officials.


Brian Nettles

Las Vegas hotel guest dies following exposure to Legionnaires' disease at Luxor

As if lightning has struck twice, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has again contacted the Southern Nevada Health District and reported that guests of the Luxor in Las…

Peter Wetherall

Baton Rouge Devastated by Gustav–Forgetten by Main Stream Media

Baton Rouge, Louisiana has been forgotten by main stream media. Hurricane Gustav recently made landfall in Louisiana. The main stream media organizations were camped out in New Orleans waiting to…

Peter Wetherall

Endoscopy Center Calamity – Accidental or Reckless?

So was is Endoscopy Center catastrophe an “accident,” or an instance of calculated, reckless indifference to the rights and safety of fellow human beings? I have my opinion as a lawyer handling these claims, and so do others from their vantage.Brian Labus, a senior epidemiologist at the Southern Nevada Health District, is quoted in today’s Las Vegas Review-Journal as saying, “This didn’t happen…

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White Meany & Wetherall

White Meany & Wetherall provides the highest quality representation to those who have been injured because of someone else’s negligence. Whether it’s because of an auto accident, defective prescription or over-the-counter drug, medical malpractice, or some other form of negligence, we provide tough, knowledgeable and compassionate representation.We are not a “settlement factory” processing…

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Peter C. Wetherall, Attorney at Law

Peter C. Wetherall’s entire career as a lawyer has been dedicated to helping the injured and unempowered. Peter was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He attended the University of Minnesota, where he attained a B.A. in Philosophy (cum laude) in 1987. In 1990, at the age of 24, he received his J.D. degree from the University of Minnesota Law School. Thereafter, Peter began his legal…