Asbestos victims rely heavily in mesothelioma law. Mesothelioma litigation only has a greater chance of winning with the help of reputable mesothelioma lawyers. The law and lawyer had been catalysts of justice that victims rightly deserve. But a word of caution to mesothelioma victims; it is important to choose an experienced mesothelioma lawyer or a […]
KANSAS CITY – A developer has pleaded guilty to violating the federal Clean Air Act.
William M. Threatt Jr., 71, admitted he improperly removed and disposed of asbestos between 2001 and 2006 while overseeing the development of the Citadel Plaza.
Threatt, the former president of the Community Development Corporation of Kansas City, and Anthony Crompton, the corporationâ€™s […]
MONTANA â€“ Asbestos victims in Libby, Montana are finally getting the justice they deserve. A $19.5 million settlement has been proposed for asbestos victims involved in the W.R. Grace and Co. bankruptcy case.
The settlement will be used to fund the Libby Medical Program, benefitting those who have developed illnesses from exposure to asbestos at the […]
LIBBY, Montana – Over 200 asbestos victims have received their portion of a $43 million settlement after becoming ill due to asbestos exposure from the former W.R. Grace & Co. vermiculite mine at Libby.
The settlement, which was approved in September 2011 by District Court in Helena, names a total of 1,128 asbestos victims. A resolution […]
Missoula County is trying to apply for a pilot federal grant to help remove asbestos from the annex to the county courthouse.
The abatement could cost over a quarter of a million dollars, but cannot be postponed any longer. The county is planning on renovating the annex this spring but with asbestos still in the building, […]
LOS ANGELES, CA – A former Chico construction worker was compensated after developing mesothelioma from asbestos exposure.
Represented by mesothelioma attorneys Weitz & Luxenberg, the worker was able to collect $7.5 million after being exposed to asbestos-cement pipe for years.
Six companies were named in the lawsuit and each was found to have contributed to the workerâ€™s […]
A Metro Vancouver employer has been sentenced to 60 days in jail after exposing his workers to asbestos.
Arthur Moore was sentenced in B.C. Supreme Court Tuesday after ignoring court orders that he stop demolition work after failing to provide protective gear for his workers while they handled asbestos.
“Thankfully, at least one time in all the […]
New research shows that textile workers in North Carolina and South Carolina who have been exposed to asbestos had a significantly greater rate of lung cancer, including mesothelioma.
Asbestos is a mineral that was once popularly used in construction materials and textiles but has been banned from several countries, including the United States, because it contributes […]
Two men have been indicted in an asbestos removal case. One is a property owner from Weston and the other is a heating contractor from Plainville.
The men were indicted by a Norfolk County grand jury for their role in improperly removing asbestos from a single-family rental property in Medway. David Einis, 58, of Weston, and […]