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Pompton Lakes Study Finds Elevated Lymphomas

Our environmental attorneys would like to inform residents of Pompton Lakes, New Jersey of a new public health study concerning their community. The study found that residents of one area of Pompton Lakes have more than three times the rate of kidney cancer in women and more than 2.5 times the rate of non-Hodgkins lymphoma…

$5.5 Million in Asbestos Factory Deaths

A McLean County, Illinois jury awarded three widows $5.5 million in a lawsuit alleging their husbands were exposed to asbestos at a Bloomington factory. The men, Merlon Dukes, Bob Blessing and John Watkins, worked at Union Asbestos & Rubber Co., later called UNARCO Industries Inc., during the 1950s and 1960s. All three workers died of…

$2 Million for Illinois Postal Worker

Weitz & Luxenberg has protected the legal rights of workers since 1986. And in that time the firm’s mesothelioma lawyers have won several billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for clients injured by asbestos. A former Illinois postal worker charged in a lawsuit that he developed mesothelioma cancer from occupational asbestos exposure. After a three-week…

Dangers of Improper Asbestos Abatement

Weitz & Luxenberg P.C. is troubled by the recent rash of violations in New York State that were committed by unscrupulous asbestos abatement contractors and construction business owners that are responsible for the improper handling of asbestos despite the known health risks. The firm has represented tens of thousands of men and women who were…

Shoulder Pain Pump Risk

Weitz & Luxenberg P.C. would like to inform patients of a debilitating condition, postarthroscopic glenohumeral chondrolysis (PAGCL), which results in the permanent degeneration of shoulder cartilage. This devastating and painful process has been linked to a post-surgical treatment for shoulder pain that has been performed across the country. Pain pumps are used to manage post-operative…

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