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Asbestos Exposure for Construction Workers


According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction workers are exposed to a wide range of occupational hazards, including getting struck by falling objects, falls from elevated surfaces, and getting caught between a heavy piece of equipment and the ground or a wall, making it one of the most dangerous professions. Asbestos is » Read More

Howell K. Rosenberg, Esq. and Laurence H. Brown Esq. Named to 2024 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List


Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler is honored to announce that Howell K. Rosenberg, Esq. and Laurence H. Brown, Esq. have been selected to the 2024 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list for their outstanding professional accomplishments. Partner Howell K. Rosenberg, Esq. concentrates his practice on various cases, including asbestos exposure, medical malpractice, toxic torts, and pharmaceutical errors, » Read More

Are Oil Refinery Workers at Risk for Asbestos Exposure?


Occupational hazards are associated with working at an oil refinery, from the risk of fires or explosions to being exposed to highly acidic chemicals like hydrofluoric acid. Oil refinery workers are also at risk of asbestos exposure¬†from pipes or machinery containing asbestos parts or asbestos fibers being released into the air when asbestos-containing materials are » Read More

Atlantic City School Has Asbestos: Parents, Teachers Were Not Notified


The recurring pattern of poor communication plagues both the City of Atlantic City and the Atlantic City Public Schools system in New Jersey. This is particularly concerning given the recent revelation of an asbestos problem at the Texas Avenue School, an essential institution accommodating around 500 students from kindergarten to 8th grade. Despite the school’s » Read More

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