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PA contractor sued for breach of contract suspicion and asbestos violations

A lawsuit was recently filed against a demolition contractor in Pennsylvania after they were accused of breaking a contract on a project last year and for being negligent in removing asbestos minerals, a September 20 article of the Weirton Daily Times reported.

The plaintiff, identified as Ronald Cross, is claiming that Unis Demolition breached a 2015 project contract by demolishing and conducting asbestos abatement in the old AIR building in New Cumberland. According to the lawsuit filed in Hancock County Circuit Court, Unis did not fulfill the terms of the contract with Cross and extracted metals from the facility considered valuable. Unis caused financial loss equivalent to $21,400 as a result of their actions. The demolition began in January 2015 and was stopped in April of the same year after authorities detected asbestos inside the facility. Agents from the Department of Environmental Protection later discovered Unis violated asbestos removal regulations. The company’s owners, identified as Joan Unis and Ralph Unis, were also identified as defendants in the lawsuit.

Such negligence, unfortunately, can cause fatal illnesses linked to asbestos exposure. However, if you or a loved one developed a respiratory illness as the result of someone else’s negligence with asbestos, a lawyer can help you obtain compensation. Fill out the contact form on this page to get in touch with a representative about your case.

Asbestos lawsuit filed against 138 companies

A Colorado Springs man has filed an asbestos lawsuit against 138 companies that he claims are responsible for him developing mesothelioma.

The man was diagnosed with mesothelioma in March and filed his complaint in September. Because the man never smoked, he claims that this rare lung cancer was caused from his career between the years 1954 and 1979.

During his career, he worked as an electrician and a laborer where he was exposed to asbestos and asbestos-containing products. He claims that the defendants should have warned him of the dangers associated with the toxic material.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of being exposed to asbestos and you have questions about the material or its link to rare lung cancers, contact us or visit our site today at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

Asbestos lawsuit blames Texaco in man’s death

The family of a man that died of mesothelioma on June 27 has filed a lawsuit against Texaco alleging that the man was exposed to the asbestos while he worked there.

The suit claims that the man was exposed to asbestos while he worked at Texaco and they knew of the dangers if exposed to asbestos and did not do anything to prevent employees from being exposed. The family stated that the company acted with malice and they are seeking damages from them as a result.

If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos and were diagnosed with mesothelioma as a result, you need experienced representation on your side. Contact us for more information or visit our web site today at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

Mississippi man awarded $322 million in asbestos lawsuit

A jury has awarded a Mississippi man $322 million in an asbestos lawsuit after he claimed that he inhaled asbestos while mixing drilling mud that was produced by Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. and Union Carbide Co.

The verdict was handed down last week and was the largest award that has been given in a single plaintiff asbestos case. The 48-year-old man has asbestosis and is required to use oxygen 24 hours a day.

The man began to work in the oil field when he was 16 and for a period used  asbestos while drilling. Thirty years later, he was diagnosed with this disease. The suit states that the company knew of the dangers that were associated with asbestos and continued to market the products.

If you or a loved one has suffered from mesothlelioma or an asbestos related disease after being exposed to asbestos, contact us or visit our web site today for more information at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

Movie to be made about Mesothelioma patient Steve McQueen

A new movie is scheduled to made about Mesothelioma cancer victim, Steve McQueen. It has just been announced that Jeremy Renner, an exciting actor in this generation, will play him.

The legendary actor, Steve McQueen, died at age 50 of mesothelioma cancer. He once said in an interview that he was diagnosed with this due to his exposure to asbestos.

He stated that he wore suits aligned with asbestos and stripped asbestos from poles when he was a Marine. After he was diagnosed, he sought out an experimental surgery in Mexico, but was deemed to weak for it.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, contact us or visit us at our site at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org today.

Library closed in NJ due to asbestos contamination

The public library in Orange, New Jersey has been closed due to lead and asbestos material found inside the building. The library was supposed to open at the end of May, but it remains closed with no words from officials.

The library building a classic historical marker in Orange. The building is a combination of Beaux Art and Classical Revival Architecture and it houses more that 150,000 books.

The asbestos in the building was found by an employee and confirmed after an investigation from officials. Asbestos exposure is the most common cause of mesothelioma, a rare and aggressive form of lung cancer.

If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos, contact us or visit us at our site http://www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

Texas asbestos suit claims woman contracted mesothelioma from washing clothes

A Texas woman’s family is claiming that their family died after wrongfully contracting mesothelioma from washing her father,  husband and son’s work clothes.

The woman was diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma and died on May 30, 2008 and now her husband and sons have filed a suit against Shell Energy North America LP, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, Exxon Mobil Corp, and Alon USA. The woman’s father worked at a refinery for 38 years.

The family claims that the woman contracted the disease as a result of washing her family’s clothes that were coated with asbestos dust. The suit claims that the defendants did not fulfill their duty to provide a safe workplace and protect their employees.

Mesothelioma is caused from exposure to asbestos fibers after they are disturbed and lodged in the lung.The disease can be dormant for up to 50 years. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the victim.

Man names 46 defendants in asbestos lawsuit

An Orange County man and woman have named 46 companies as defendants in a suit that claims that the lung cancer that the man developed was wrongfully caused.

The lawsuit was filed in late May and claims that the disease that the man was diagnosed with in December was the fault of various companies that he worked for as a pipefitter including, Mobil, Texaco, Houston Chemical, and Fina.

The man is claiming that his diseased was caused by exposure to asbestos fibers and that he was never aware or informed of the health hazards associated with asbestos. The couple states that the defendants failed to give their employee an adequate warning and enforce a safety plan.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with asbestos and you would like to learn more about the health hazards associated with the fiber, contact us or visit us our site http://www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

Wake Forest Begins New Mesothelioma Study

The Wake Forest School of Medicine has teamed with the FirstHealth of the Carolinas Clinical Trials Department to research how mesothelioma and other asbestos-caused diseases develop and progress.  The research team is being led by Wake Forests’ Dr. Jill Ohar, who has spent 20 years investigating mesothelioma and its causes, and believes that because mesothelioma seems to run in families, there may very well be a genetic predisposition to the disease.

The main thrust of the research project will be investigating genetic markers.  Test subjects will have to fill out a survey and donate a one-ounce blood sample.

If you would like to learn more about asbestos-caused diseases like mesothelioma, contact us or visit us at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

Researchers Work to Develop Mesothelioma Drug

A joint team comrpised of researchers from Chinese and American companies is working to develop a new drug to aid in the battle against cancer.  The drug, currently called OSI-930, is an inhibitor which helps stop the spread of cancerous cells, which prevents the spread of the disease.

According to the researchers, the KDR/Kit inhibitor is showing good signs of stopping the spread of both small and non-small cell lung cancer.  The team is hopeful that the drug will also show positive signs of eliminating the spread of mesothelioma cancer, the deadly form of cancer linked to asbestos exposure.

If you’d like to learn more about the dangers of asbestos exposure, contact us or visit us at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

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