Firm News: Mesothelioma: Page 12

$7.5 Million for Construction Worker

In the 1970s and 1980s a construction worker helped install underground water and sewer lines in California. This was his regular job, the way he made a living and fed his family. The lines included pipes manufactured with asbestos. Using asbestos meant the pipes would be easier to make and cheaper to produce (increasing profit…

Widower Receives Mesothelioma Verdict

When she was hospitalized in 2008 for stomach pain, the 56-year-old Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., homemaker and grandmother had no idea she would be dead scant months later. Initially, she thought the pain was somehow connected to the appendix removed in her teen years, since it felt similar. But no. A CAT scan revealed intestinal blockage,…

Mesothelioma Awareness Day 2011

Weitz & Luxenberg’s asbestos attorneys are proud to support the endeavors of the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation and their advocacy for the thousands of Americans who face the devastation of a loved one’s diagnosis with life-threatening diseases caused by exposure to asbestos. The organization played a pivotal role in National Mesothelioma Awareness Day 2011. If your…

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