Apprentice electrician dies of mesothelioma after work
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A former electrician who died
of mesothelioma may have been exposed
to asbestos in the 1960s.
The 63-year-old died in the hospital on April 3 this year, and an autopsy
attributed his death to mesothelioma.
A newspaper said a
medical report indicated two possible sources of of the man's exposure to asbestos.
From 1965 to 1968, he was an
apprentice electrician and, during the 1960s, he lived in a house with a central
heating boiler insulated with
Sadly, this situation, where exposure to asbestos was easily
preventable, is all too familiar to the mesothelioma attorneys in the Weitz
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