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Victims of second-hand asbestos exposure cannot file lawsuit in Arizona

A court in Arizona recently concluded that people who have contacted asbestos from another person cannot file a claim if they develop asbestos-related illnesses like mesothelioma, an article of Arizona Capitol Times reported on September 20. The state Court of Appeals judges concluded that Reynolds Metal Co. is not responsible for the death of Ernest […]

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Contractor facing lawsuit for breach of contract and asbestos violations

A contractor in Pennsylvania is facing a lawsuit due to allegations that they breached a contract while completing a project last year and committed asbestos violations, an article of the Weirton Daily Times reported on September 20. According to reports, Ronald Cross sued Joan Unis, Ralph Unis, and their company Unis Demolition because they failed to finish a […]

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Orlando Fire Department escaped hefty fine after exposing crews to asbestos

A report recently revealed that the Orlando Fire Department avoided fines after being suspected of violating an asbestos law that compromised the health of their crews, an article of WFTV9 stated on September 13. Reports confirmed that fire crews in February came into contact with hazardous asbestos at a training facility on Mercy Drive. Fines worth […]

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Asbestos-laden facility in North Georgia scheduled for abatement

A century-old carpet mill facility in LaFayette, believed to have harmful asbestos minerals, is scheduled for demolition and cleanup after its owner struck an agreement with EPA, the Times Free Press reported on September 3. Reports said Barwick Mills was abandoned after it was damaged by fire in November and its owner, Drennon Crutchfield, agreed […]

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