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Are Aluminum Plant Workers Commonly Exposed to Asbestos?


Even though the connection between asbestos and mesothelioma was made in the 1960s, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) did not start regulating asbestos until 1971. Yet, even in 2021, asbestos use is not completely banned in the United States. Although there are safety protocols to protect employees » Read More

Why are Textile Workers at Risk for Mesothelioma?


In the textile industry, fibers are produced to create materials, such as yarn. These materials are then used to create a variety of products, including clothing, household products, and industrial products. In the 20th century, the employees in the textile industry often came in contact with asbestos. Asbestos is a natural fiber that is carcinogenic. » Read More

Can a Mesothelioma Patient Get Compensation for Surgery?


Even with the latest and best cancer treatments, mesothelioma tumor cells can remain unnoticed in the body. Mesothelioma survivors can live for several years in partial remission despite the presence of viable tumor activity. It is something doctors must monitor closely. For the patient, it means the disease is chronic but manageable. Although it is » Read More

Can I File a Mesothelioma Wrongful Death Claim After a Postmortem Report?


Losing a loved one due to mesothelioma is difficult, but one may be eligible for compensation to help with the healing process. Asbestos is a dangerous carcinogen that was used for decades in many manufacturing, industrial, military, and other industries for its heat-resistant and fireproof properties. Inhaling or swallowing asbestos fibers can lead to mesothelioma » Read More

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