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Archive for August 2016

Senator Pushes to Ensure Asbestos is On EPA Review List

Earlier this year, the U.S. Congress signed into law the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act. This law instructs the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to more carefully evaluate the regulatory process governing harmful chemicals like asbestos, which has been shown to cause the rare and fatal form of cancer known as…

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Union President’s Death Spurs Widow to File Mesothelioma Lawsuit

The widow of a former sheet metal worker and president of the Sheet Metal Worker’s Union in Louisiana and Mississippi has filed a mesothelioma lawsuit against the many companies that he worked for and with, claiming that they exposed him to dangerous levels of asbestos without providing him with either warning or protections. Audrey Gaudet’s…

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Illinois Company Puts Foreign Workers at Risk of Mesothelioma

The long and tragic history of asbestos use and mesothelioma in the United States is filled with stories of company managers and owners putting profit over the health of employees, clients, and others who would come into contact with the deadly carcinogen, and those same types of actions continue even today. The owner of an…

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Alaska Mesothelioma Victim To Have His Day in Court

When it comes to filing a mesothelioma lawsuit against companies that expose innocent victims to asbestos, most mesothelioma attorneys will warn their clients that the process may be long and challenging. A perfect example of this can be found in a ruling that was recently handed down favoring Larry and Judith Hoffman, who filed a…

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