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School Officials Charged for Hiding Asbestos Problems

According to the Associated Press, Pennsylvania school officials recently faced charges for hiding lead and asbestos contamination in nearly a dozen schools. The article states that three individuals, including a former superintendent and two officials, knew that the drinking water in the schools contained dangerous levels of lead since 2016. Despite their knowledge of the » Read More

Heavy Machinery Operators are Frequently Exposed to Asbestos

Those who operate heavy machinery help build roads, maintain schools, and assist farmers with collecting crops. Despite their crucial role in society, these individuals tend to come in contact with asbestos. This is due to the different environments they work in, including boiler rooms and different construction sites. Although natural, when asbestos is inhaled or » Read More

Mesothelioma Victims Wait for Decision on Asbestos Ban

Over the years, the legal use of asbestos has been a major issue among advocates and mesothelioma victims. Decades have passed since asbestos was deemed hazardous, yet the substance is still not illegal in the United States. Not all companies can mine or use asbestos. Mining asbestos was outlawed nationally several decades ago, and the » Read More

Can I File a Wrongful Death Suit for a Mesothelioma-Related Death?

Mesothelioma is a cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma is aggressive and often has a poor prognosis, even with treatment. When a patient dies, it is both emotionally and financially challenging for their family members. Many family members are forced to handle funeral costs, medical bills, and a smaller income. Those who lost a » Read More

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