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Urban Explorers Unknowingly Exposed to Asbestos

Exploring abandoned city structures has quickly become one of the top trend hobbies, particular for the younger generation. Artists, advertisers, historians, photographers and those craving to do something new and different are visiting abandoned tunnels, houses, bridges and other types of homes. Hobbyists who regularly explore these types of places have been dubbed “urban explorers.” » Read More

Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: Genetic Testing as Predictor of Treatment

Peritoneal mesothelioma is a rare, aggressive cancer that is hard to treat. A primary type of malignant mesothelioma, peritoneal mesothelioma typically develops after exposure to asbestos and lies within the protective lining around the abdomen. Signs and symptoms are hard to diagnose until after the tumors have spread; therefore, the cancer is almost always fatal » Read More

Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyers: Mesothelioma Risks Amongst U.S. Teachers

Unbeknownst to many, teachers in the Unites States often deal with mesothelioma and other medical complications that come with asbestos exposure during their educational careers. A 1984 study conducted by a non-profit organization, known as the Environmental Working Group, found at least 35,000 schools throughout the United States contained asbestos. The 31 year old study » Read More

Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyers: Millions Reinstated for Florida Man with Mesothelioma

The $6.6 million dollar jury verdict in a state Supreme Court case involving a Florida man dying of mesothelioma who had filed suit against his former employer, claiming their responsibility for his exposure to asbestos, has been reinstated. In the early 1970’s, the plaintiff was employed by Union Carbide to supervise the construction of a » Read More