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Asbestos abatement company facing charges in Washington

An asbestos abatement company and its owner have been charged in Chelan County due to suspicion of deliberately concealing hazardous asbestos minerals in the waste they are about to ship, an article of Construction & Demolition Recycling reported on January 3.

Reports said Timothy Powell and his company, A1 Asbestos LLC, are facing five class C felony charges after they had been alleged of attempting to defraud a landfill site in Okanogan County. In the charges filed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson, A1 Asbestos apparently attempted to sidestep worksite safety inspections of the state’s Department of Labor & Industries by failing to give accurate dates on when the asbestos abatement took place. In conjunction, Powell was suspected of wrongfully providing asbestos abatement records. If found guilty, Powell may serve imprisonment of up to five years and/or settle fine amounting to $5,000 and other fees related to the case.

Workers and their families are at high risk of suffering mesothelioma cancer when asbestos abatement companies are negligent. However, if you think you’ve been wrongfully exposed to asbestos or have contracted mesothelioma, the legal team of Williams Hart may possibly help you get the compensation you and your family deserve. Discuss your situation with us today by calling (800) 781-3955.

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