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Construction Dust and Asbestos Dangers

Dust on a jobsite is unavoidable in the construction industry. The materials in that dust can come from many sources, including concrete and cement, sawdust, insulation fibers, and far more. Prior to the 1980s, many of those materials contained a…

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Pearl Harbor’s Connection to Asbestos

Listed as a Superfund cleanup site for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard in Hawaii became a site full of toxic materials including asbestos. The commonly used insulation was found in and around many parts of the…

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Rustic Railroad Tracks Leading Towards Foggy Mountains

Asbestos in the Railroad Industry

Railroad workers were exposed to many asbestos-containing products as they maintained the locomotives, tracks, and stations. Years later, asbestos-related illnesses take their toll, leading to moderate cases of shortness of breath to severe diagnoses such as lung cancer and mesothelioma. Call to see if you're eligible for compensation.
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