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NJ woman wins $7 million in mesothelioma suit

A New Jersey woman was recently awarded $7 million by a jury from Exxon Mobile after contracting mesothelioma.   Bonnie Anderson filed the lawsuit against Exxon after she contracted mesothelioma, a cancer that attacks the lining of the lungs and other internal organs.  Anderson claims that she contracted the cancer either from working for the […]

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Georgetown University dorm cleaned of asbestos

Over the summer, Darnall Hall at Georgetown University underwent renovations including asbestos abatement.  The dorm was opened in 1965 and asbestos, which was often used as a material in construction, was not federally banned until 1970.  Old carpeting was stripped, as well as underlying tiles and mastic that contained asbestos.  The renovations and abatement were […]

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Veterans could be at risk for asbestos exposure-related injuries

Statistics from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs show that thousands of military veterans suffer from the asbestos-related cancer mesothelioma.  Most veterans have contracted the cancer from exposure to asbestos while working on naval vessels that used the substance as their primary form of insulation.  Asbestos has been used in all areas of the military, […]

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General Motors’ estate may see billions in asbestos claims

General Motors Corporation creditors recently won permission to seek data concerning asbestos exposure and claims.  Yesterday in New York City, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Gerber agreed to let unsecured creditors see the previously private information.   In May, Gerber extended GM's control over its liquidation until this fall in order to settle asbestos and environmental […]

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Connecticut to spend $2.3 million to clean up asbestos

The state of Connecticut has approved $2.3 million dollars to remove asbestos from its Brownfield sites.  The money is being distributed between six Connecticut municipalities for both commercial and residential sites.  Funds are being given by the Municipal Brownfield Pilot Program established in 2006.  Authorities believe that cleaning these sites will not only protect Connecticut […]

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