You likely already know that asbestos dust causes cancer. Still, few people outside of those with a diagnosis of mesothelioma understand why that is. And while researchers have a very good knowledge of how asbestos causes mesothelioma, there is room to further develop our understanding of the underlying mechanisms.
Our firm recently published a SlideShare documenting the benefits of using a law firm with national reach when pursuing compensation after a mesothelioma diagnosis.
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, opening statements recently began in New Jersey's first lawsuit focused on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products.
After a marathon 10-hour surgery, perhaps the youngest woman to ever contract and overcome asbestos-related cancer may still enjoy motherhood.
Even though many types of asbestos-containing materials have been banned in the U.S. since the 1970s, people are still getting sick and suffering from deadly conditions because of this hazardous substance. If fact, while asbestos use has declined sharply over the last four decades, instances of mesothelioma-related deaths has actually increased.
Thanks to a recent decision by the California Supreme Court, mesothelioma victims in the Golden State now have additional legal protections available if they were ever exposed to asbestos by their housemates.
According to a new study presented at the annual International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer conference, researchers claim to have identified a possible new biomarker for malignant pleural mesothelioma, which is an often-deadly form of cancer typically caused by asbestos exposure.
According to criminal charges recently filed by federal prosecutors, a Denver apartment complex released asbestos from two of its towers into the air during a renovation from January to February of 2014.
In response to the Letter to the Editor, written by Nanette Traband of Edwardsville and published by Madison-St. Clair County Record on Sept. 16 and Advantage News on Sept. 21, we wanted to share with the community why Gori Julian & Associates so diligently supports Mesothelioma research this month, and every month.