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5 Common Places To Find Asbestos, Part 1

5 Common Places To Find Asbestos, Part 1

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Asbestos is a carcinogenic substance classified as a naturally occurring mineral fiber found in rock and soil. In the 1800s, asbestos became a highly sought-after and valuable commodity recognized for its resistance to heat, chemical, and electrical corrosion. Furthermore, asbestos was cheap and easy to mine, making it a highly profitable commodity. Famed for its…Read the article
5 Things You Need to Know About Mesothelioma

5 Things You Need to Know About Mesothelioma

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According to Asbestos.com and the American Cancer Society, there are about 3,000 new cases of mesothelioma each year, just in the United States. However, even though there are still new cases, the amount of asbestos in the U.S. has significantly decreased. As a result, according to some sources, the number of cases of mesothelioma is…Read the article
Mesothelioma Settlements

Mesothelioma Settlements

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In addition to being New York’s leading 9/11 lawyers, the Napoli Shkolnik PLLC firm frequently works with clients who are suffering from the deadly medical condition known as mesothelioma. This diseases can radically impact a patient’s quality of life and can prevent them from working. This blog post will cover what this disease is, its…Read the article
Obtaining Compensation In Asbestos Exposure Cases

Obtaining Compensation In Asbestos Exposure Cases

| Mesothelioma
A single asbestos fiber can trigger a serious illness later in life, and these fibers are usually more than 1,000 times smaller than human hairs. Fibers this small are very easy to inhale through the lungs. In fact, among some asbestos exposure victims, the fibers entered the body through the eyes or ears, or even…Read the article
The Lethal Threat of Asbestos at Home and Work

The Lethal Threat of Asbestos at Home and Work

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Asbestos is a group of minerals with microfibers that are resistant to fire, chemicals, and heat. They do not conduct electricity, either, which made them a widely-used substance in the automotive and construction fields at the end of the 19th century and into the 20th. Asbestos was used in concrete structures, fire-retardant coatings, bricks, fireplace…Read the article
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