Despite heavy regulations and stiff fines, it is remarkable that some employers still fail to protect employees from asbestos exposure.
Anyone exposed to asbestos from the Libby vermiculite mine should speak to a lawyer immediately
In what may prove to be a landmark case for victims of mesothelioma, jury selection recently got underway in New Jersey’s first lawsuit focused on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products.
You may have heard about how Claire’s, the makeup and jewelry store, is contesting whether some of their products contain asbestos. They claim independent testing did not reveal asbestos, while a consumer claims a test sent to an independent lab did.
After a marathon 10-hour surgery, perhaps the youngest woman to ever contract and overcome asbestos-related cancer may still enjoy motherhood.
We've recently written on construction companies failing to follow regulations regarding the proper disposal of asbestos. Instead, in an effort to save time and money, a few companies are simply dumping the toxic material unmarked into landfills.
The prominent mall jewelry and makeup store Claire’s is pulling a number of products from stores after independent testing found that several of their products contained tremolite asbestos.
Asbestos dust is most closely associated with mesothelioma, the rare cancer caused by exposure to asbestos dust. According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, mesothelioma is the most common form of cancer associated with asbestos exposure.
Hosting holiday parties may have you thinking about home renovations. While the holidays are not a great time to start home repairs, many people begin planning for spring renovations early in winter. One popular idea is to remove outdated popcorn ceilings. Popcorn ceilings, also known as acoustic ceilings, were widely used from the 1950s through the 80s.
The Toxic Substances Control Act, amended in 2016, gave the Environmental Protection Agency broad authority to investigate and regulate certain toxic substances. Among those identified was asbestos.