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Asbestos Exposure Case Leads to Mesothelioma Lawsuit

After years of working as a mechanic, Edward March has filed a Mesothelioma lawsuit against 66 defenant companies. March claims that during his employment as a mechanic and during at-home auto repairs, he was exposed to dangerous asbestos fibers that have caused his health problems. March’s lawsuit argues that the companies were aware of the […]

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Illinois Laborer Files Mesothelioma Lawsuit

An Illinois laborer has filed a lawsuit against 49 companies, alleging that he was exposed to asbestos fibers while working as a sheet metal worker, firefighter, shipper, among many other jobs, from 1940 – 1980. Walter Kot, the Illinois man, was recently diagnosed with mesothelioma and now seeks to be compensated for his injuries. He […]

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Oregon Woman Falls Victim to Asbestos, Mesothelioma

Linda O’Donnell was diagnosed with Peritoneal Mesothelioma. This is a cancer of the lining of the abdomen. O’Donnell is a 66-year-old resident of Oregon. O’Donnell and her husband Reginald filed a case in California Superior court, against against several manufactures and suppliers of dry talcs which were used by O’Donnell. These dry talcs were used […]

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Baltimore Man Wins $15 Million Verdict in Mesothelioma Case

George Linkus worked at Key Highway Shipyard in Baltimore, Maryland, from 1952 to 1959.  He worked in various departments in the ship yard.  In 1954, he started working in the shipyard’s machine shop.  As part of his job, he had to work on lining valves using ropes made by John Crane Inc.  Key Highway Shipyard is […]

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Asbestos in Toys: CSI Toy Kit

A toy maker and various retailers were sued after a California asbestos awareness group stated that one of their toys, the “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” toy kit, contained asbestos. The toy is based off of the popular television show and includes a toy version of a crime scene kit. The awareness group alleges that tests […]

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Brake Pads Cause Man’s Mesothelioma

The wife of a man who was recently diagnosed with Mesothelioma is speaking out. At the age of 16, the man began to work as a mechanic, spending long hours repairing brake pads and clutches. While asbestos was not banned at that point in time, she claims that right up until last year her husband […]

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Auto Industry Exposes Employees to Dangerous Asbestos

A man from Utah has been diagnosed with mesothelioma after working in the auto industry as a mechanic since 1978. Claiming that the disease was wrongfully caused by his past employers, the man argues that his exposure took place during his employment and during home and automotive repairs. He recalls being exposed to the dangerous substance […]

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$30.3 Million Verdict in Mesothelioma Trial

An advertising executive who was exposed to “take home” asbestos fibers from the clothes of his father and brother, as well as his own working experience at the same GM facility, lost his battle with mesothelioma several years ago. Surviving Mark Buttitta is his wife and three daughters, who have recently recieved $30.3 million in […]

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Asbestos Manufacturer W.R. Grace Settles Claims

W.R. Grace & Co. has reached an agreement to resolve current and future asbestos claims against the company, which would allow it to emerge from bankruptcy without further obligations for asbestos injury. Asbestos contamination from a former W.R. Grace vermiculite mine in the northwestern Montana town of Libby has been blamed for sickening hundreds of […]

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Philadelphia Jury Awards Large Verdict in Mesothelioma Trial

Richard Scherr died after suffering from mesothelioma. He was 71 years of age at the time of his death. He was exposed to asbestos while working for PFK-Mark III, Inc. PFK is a construction company that builds water and sewage treatment facilities. The company used asbestos material while building such facilities. Scherr’s wife Constance and his nine […]

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